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Henriksen/Butler (H/B) and its divisions are closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and taking steps to minimize any disruption to the services we provide our customers. In doing so, we are supporting and complying with measures being implemented by various Federal, State and Local Government Agencies.
Thanks to Utah Style & Design for including our St. George space in their new spring issue. Their write up offers a glimpse into our only showroom that features furniture as well as commercial and luxury residential flooring.
Today’s built environments demand more from their materials. They need multi-faceted materials that are both beautiful and functional.
When Gardner Company approached Henriksen/Butler about partnering on Salt Lake City’s new Homeless Resource Centers, the decision was simple; every effort would be made to support these three new essential community resources.
For employees at Henriksen/Butler, the summer held many wonderful memories, but none as special as the Make-A-Wish fundraiser and event. Partnering with employees from VCBO Architecture, funds were raised to grant a wish to a very deserving child.
For second generation Utah Department of Transportation employee Liz Olschewski, a workplace redesign was vital for the department’s future success. After spending time working in another state facility, Liz returned to UDOT in her role as Finance Manager and saw the necessity of bringing their legacy building onto a modern footing. With support from her supervisor, she began researching the challenges facing organizations today. Together with her project team she delivered tailored solutions through a carefully planned but aggressive renovation process of the 35+ year old facility.
Discover for yourself how this historic building supports the work of employees, customers, and the community.
2018 ENR Annual Southwest Best Projects Award for Small Project of Merit Goes to H/B's Las Vegas Studio
Improving the health and well-being of communities is a primary focus for the non-profit organization, YMCA. In a combined partnership with five different organizations, "The Hill", a 22-acre campus in Meridian, Idaho is now home to new YMCA and St. Luke's clinic locations. Together with the community, West Ada School District and Meridian Parks & Rec, they have opened a model facility for health and wellness.
Despite the rapidly evolving nature of teaching and learning today, the face-to-face dimension of education remains a critical component.
Stronger finances, faculty, facilities and students; for Dean Douglas D. Anderson all these had to be realized in order to create a world-class business school at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. With a strategy to “Get Better Fast” he had to call on all available resources to make that happen.
When you hear the words "Living Office," what are the first thoughts that come to mind? This is one of my favorite questions to ask clients when sharing Herman Miller's perspective on the future of work. Typically, with architects and interior designers, conversations shift to sustainability or the Living Building Challenge. For customers, answers may range from wellness and ergonomics, to flexible workplaces.
When I was hired in 2011, I was literally plucked out of the woods and brought to the city. I owned my own custom design-build company in Idaho and just finished building a cabin for a client. I was used to dealing with clients, design revisions, budgets, deadlines and dirt. Then I was introduced to a new kind of DIRTT and Henriksen/Butler.
With the space complete and final touches in place, H/B's new Las Vegas showroom was host to a lively open house gathering.
H/B Las Vegas team marks an exciting new chapter in a ceremonial event joined by Mayor Goodman and local dignitaries.
Designers Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings have launched their first furniture line with Herman Miller, and it doesn't disappoint. Read below to learn more about the design intention and application behind this design-driven furniture.
As part of our new series, which features interviews of talented local Architects and Designers, we sat down with Ryan Hammerschmidt, an architect at Method Studio in Salt Lake City to hear his thoughts on life, hobbies, and the value of design.
New H/B Las Vegas location draws attention of local NBC news affiliate KSNV.
Economies have come a long way since the recession, nearly a decade ago. The largest segment of the workforce is now made up of the high school students from the last millennium, and the tech industry is seeing what may be its biggest boom yet. And while unemployment has gone down significantly in recent years, turnover is reaching new heights. In this article, we’ll share expert advice around improving employee attraction and retention within your own organization.