Jerry Hermanson Elected to the University of Washington Construction Hall of Fame!

May 7, 2012 |

We are very excited to announce that Hermanson Company's founding father, Jerry Hermanson, will be inducted into the University of Washington's Construction Industry Hall of Fame. Established in 1995, the Hall of Fame honors individuals who have made significant contributions throughout their careers to the construction industry, construction education and community service.

Jerry is being recognized a a leader in construction, not only for his many years successfully installing HVAC-Mechanical systems in some of the Puget Sound area's larges and most recognizable projects - the Columbia Tower, the Washington State Trade Center, and the Museum of Flight, but also for his innovation and dedication to the construction industry.

This article (click here), from the May 3rd Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, outlines Jerry's journey in the construction industry, along with those of fellow nominees Gordon Cochran (Cochran Electric) and Sandra Olson-Meyer (Construction Industry Training Council of Washington).

The UW Construction Industry Hall of Fame Class of 2012 will be formally inducted on June 1st at a gala event at Bell Harbor International Conference Center.

All of us here at Hermanson are so very proud of Jerry and so pleased that the rest of the industry recognizes just how special Jerry is. CONGRATULATIONS!