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June 24, 2019
Kenneth Golovko joins HED as National Engineering Practice Leader
Kenneth Golovko, a seasoned engineering leader with a reputation for shaping the industry’s approach to architecture and engineering integration, has joined HED in its Los Angeles office. Serving as the National Engineering Practice Lead, the move represents a focus on deepening the firm’s commitment to integrated engineering and architectural services to provide greater design excellence in both form and function.

Ken Golovko’s 25+ years in the A/E industry have ranged from providing energy analysis for a multinational food and beverage manufacturer to leading multidisciplinary teams through hundreds of millions in design work. Ken’s passion for integrated design stems from his varied experience on both the contracting side and design side of the project development process. This passion has also led to a strong reputation for leadership of Design/Build projects, where he has worked to ensure that design solutions meet mission needs such as the pressing topics of resiliency and energy performance.

“Our firm has gone through significant growth in the last couple of years, and we have felt focused on ensuring strong engineering leadership through that growth,” said HED CEO J. Peter Devereaux, FAIA, LEED AP. “We are excited to have Ken join our team to help craft our strategic approach to both engineering integration as well as capturing new engineering assignments for our talented, growing group of engineers.”

Prior to joining HED, Golovko worked most recently as an Associate Vice President with AECOM. He has also been a long-time volunteer Board Member with the Orange Empire Chapter of ASHRAE (American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers) organization and with the Ketchum Downtown YMCA in Los Angeles.

“HED has a strong reputation across the country for delivering high quality work for its clients. The firm has been a long-time leader in the integrated design movement, I am truly honored to be joining this team,” said Ken Golovko. “With eight offices now spread across the country, I am confident that we will continue to grow HED’s reputation for its engineering work, and I look forward to helping to enhance the multi-office collaboration and knowledge sharing in the years ahead.”
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