Hensel Phelps presents award to EMR, for outstanding achievement.

Screenshot_2017-04-25-11-40-46-1EMR is honored to receive one of the four construction awards for outstanding achievement presented by Hensel Phelps Construction Co. One of the largest general contractors and construction managers in the United States. HP was recognized by the University of Texas System Office of Hub Development and received awards for exceeding HUB participation goals on the UT Austin Dell Medical School Stages A, B, C/E project along with UTMB Jennie Sealy Replacement Hospital project. IMG_20170420_211314_984

From planning and design to construction execution, EMR is proud to be recognized in the completion of these HP projects. The overall mission for UT System to support economic growth by involving historically underutilized businesses of Texas, proves to be a model of success!

The buildings were the first medical schools in decades to be built from the ground up at a leading research university. The Dell Medical School at UT Austin and the UTMB Jennie Sealy Hospital Galveston, reinforces the commitment of providing a new model for improving health. The plans were constructed to provide necessary clinical capacity and growth.

The UT Medical Branch honored HP’s success in completing one of the most important projects in Texas. EMR is honored to be involved in the success of completing the vertical transportation project which included installation of 15 traction and 1 hydraulic elevators at UT Dell, along with 10 traction and 5 hydraulic elevators installed at UTMB Jennie Sealy Hospital.


“Worry when you are not recognized, but strive to be worthy of recognition.” ~ Abraham Lincoln

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