MHP


January 29, 2013 – MHP Structural Engineers celebrating its 40th anniversary, has relocated its 33 employees to a high-end industrial building at Douglas Park. “Our new Douglas Park office has been great,” partner Lance Kenyon told the Business Journal. “The building and interior environment are modern and exciting, and the space is efficient and allows better collaboration among our staff. The location near the freeway and Long Beach Airport is great for commuting to work, and to our various building projects throughout the West Coast.” Pictured in the front, left to right, are MHP partners Terry Fernandez, S.E., LEED, AP; Rick Beall, S.E., LEED, AP; Ken O’Dell, S.E., LEED, AP; Brad Ferris, S.E.; and Lance Kenyon, M.S., S.E. Not pictured is Garry Myers, who founded the firm in 1972 in West Los Angeles. In 2000, the firm – now called Myers, Houghton & Partners – consolidated its Los Angeles and Orange County offices into a new headquarters in Long Beach. For more information about the company, visit www.mhpse.com. (Photograph by the Business Journal’s Thomas McConville)

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