WHO WE ARE

WHHNFS is a Tribally-owned 8(a) small business headed by the partners of the former Walsh, Hedlund and Harlow Construction, LLC (WHH).

With over 80 combined years of industry and military experience, a team of licensed engineers and industry professionals, and the resources of the Nisqually Indian Tribe, we have the capability to provide complete construction and construction management services from planning through construction with.

Link Light Rail University of Washington Station under construction

CERTIFICATIONS

*pending certification

NAICS CODES

236220, 236210, 237110, 237120, 237310, 237990, 238190, 238910, 238990, 591330

OTHER

WA Contractor License: WHHNINF896K6
DUNS: 968095948
Cage Code: 6DB52
TIN/EIN: 451661758
UBI: 603104945

DAVE WALSH, PE

A career officer in the Navy Civil Engineer Corps and executive with industry leader CH2M Hill, Mr. Walsh has led construction, construction management, and engineering organizations for over 40 years, maintaining cradle-to-grave responsibility for major design, construction, and engineering programs from master planning through construction and operations worldwide.

KARL HEDLUND, PE

Mr. Hedlund has more than 20 years of construction and construction management experience in a wide variety of structural, building, infrastructure, heavy site/civil, and transportation arenas, including new construction, renovation, and rehabilitation. Mr. Hedlund has significant experience with alternative construction contract delivery methods including design build and GC/CM approaches.

RANDY HARLOW, PE

Mr. Harlow’s background in construction and construction management includes more than a decade managing industrial, site/civil, residential, and infrastructure construction. He has served as a resident engineer for the Port of Seattle on the Sea-Tac International Airport Capital Improvements Landside Program, including the $95 million integration project bringing Sound Transit light rail to the airport. Mr. Harlow is currently resident engineer on Sound Transit’s University Link and North Link multi-billion dollar projects. A Washington native, Mr. Harlow’s experience extends around the Puget Sound Area, including projects in King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.