Henley News
Henley Construction is honored to receive the Associated Builders and Contractors Virginia Chapter Excellence in Construction Award for Best Educational Public/Private Project for the renovation and addition of West Springfield High School.
Recently, Henley Construction’s Chuck Rakich had the honor of walking the new addition at Takoma Park Middle School with Principal Alicia Deeny and Jonathan Acosta, MCPS Project Engineer. This video shows the nearly complete first phase of a three phase addition/renovation project. Henley is acting as the Construction Manager Agent (CMa) with Montgomery County Public
Henley Construction recently completed the new Maryvale Elementary School and Carl Sandburg Learning Center in Rockville, Maryland. The new school encompasses three school programs including elementary school education, a learning center for students with Autism and a French emersion program. The original building was built in 1969 and was beyond renovation. The project included the
Henley Team members go to the job site every day to ensure construction stays on schedule and progresses safely. At Henley Construction, we recognize the hard work and dedication that each team member demonstrates. We would like to highlight each of our team members in the field with “Henley’s Heroes”. Thank you to all of
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Henley Team members go to the job site every day to ensure construction stays on schedule and progresses safely. At Henley Construction, we recognize the hard work and dedication that each team member demonstrates. We would like to highlight each of our team members in the field with “Henley’s Heroes”. Thank you to all of
Henley Construction in partnership with Montgomery County Public Schools and the Acting Principal, Mrs. Carolynn Walsleben, of The Carl Sandburg Center worked together to build a large sandbox, addressing sensory needs and a playground upgrade for the students at its current location. Henley continues to build the new school property, located in Rockville, scheduled to
Henley Construction held its 23rd Annual Golf outing on Wednesday, October 16th. It proved to be a wild and wet event this year, but eighty golfers came and persevered through the nine holes until we were shut down by the weather. All of us at Henley Construction would like to gratefully thank those who contributed
Matt Trumble Presentation
This time in his alma-mater. Matt was asked to speak to the students in the Construction Management program at Montgomery College. He did a great job, Powerpoint presentation and all, pretty cool for a field guy. He spoke about his history first, then transitioned into what it takes to be a successful Superintendent. After his