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Future Engineer Shadowing at GLHN

As part of his high school Senior Exit Project (SEP), Kainoa Sauls is spending his afternoons at GLHN, splitting his time between the mechanical and civil engineering departments and learning from our experienced staff.  Kainoa is a senior at Andrada Polytechnic High School in Vail where his favorite classes are Engineering and AP Physics.  As part of his SEP, he will be writing a paper on how to incorporate more…

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2018 AIA Conference on Architecture in New York City Update

Two architects from GLHN, Miguel Camacho and Amber Haro, attended the 2018 AIA Conference on Architecture in New York City this summer.  The two-day event brought together over 26,000 architects from around the world. With an agenda that entailed seminars, exhibitions, concerts, and tours of iconic New York buildings, professional development and design inspiration weren’t difficult to find. When speaking with Miguel about the highlights from his experience, he spoke…

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Poker Night Funds Phoenix Children’s Hospital

GLHN was once again at the poker table to support the fundraising efforts of the Kenneth A. Spinato Foundation at their Second Annual Charity Poker Tournament held in Tempe, AZ. Russ Combs, GLHN’s Healthcare Studio Lead, was happy to spend his evening losing money at Texas Holdem’ for a good cause. The 2018 event was a huge success, raising more than $4,000 – nearly double last year’s contributions. All proceeds…

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Welcome our newest registered Mechanical Engineer, Stanley Yellowhair,

GLHN is proud to announce our newest registered Mechanical Engineer, Stanley Yellowhair, P.E.  Stanley came to GLHN as an intern in 2007 and has since worked on many high profile projects such as ENR2 at the University of Arizona.  He designed all of the unique, high efficiency mechanical systems for this LEED Platinum sustainability focused building.   When Stanley was a little boy growing up in Whitecone, Arizona, he knew he…

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Bill Koller Will Present at RMA 2018

GLHN’s Mechanical Engineering Department Manager, Bill Koller, will be presenting not one, but two sessions at this year’s RMA Conference in Denver, CO.  On September 26th he will present with Chris Bansil, Central Plants Supervisor at The University of Arizona Facilities Management-Utilities Department.  Together they will address the Operational Issues of Fluctuating Campus Steam Production and Distribution Systems.  This will be an interactive session which will help attendees develop potential…

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GLHN Scholarship Committee Announces 2018 Winners

The GLHN Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 Scott Eisenfeld Memorial Scholarship.  Scott’s legacy is one of leadership and community service and each applicant was required to demonstrate these characteristics through an application and video submission.  This year’s winners met our expectations and then some!  Madeline Moeller, Christian Hagedon, and Bernadette Lamb (left to right) each exhibited dedication to our community while finding time to…

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