Founded in 2020, Henderson Professional Engineers holds itself to a higher standard.
As a civil engineering firm, we make it our mission to provide excellent service, effective communication, integrity and extreme ownership in everything we do, and to fulfill the vision of each and every one of our clients. Our focus has always been to provide high quality products that help improve the community in which we live, work and play.
Jen Henderson, P.E., our firm President, was born and raised in Amarillo, Texas. She is the youngest of two children, both of which are now Professional Engineers. With an outgoing personality and always with a smile, Jen will usually be the first person in the group to speak up and break the ice for everyone else. She is a proud wife and mother of two wonderful children. Jen loves to play slow pitch softball, is an avid runner, and can usually be found shepherding her children to and from the softball/baseball fields.
Jen graduated from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX and was immediately drawn to the Capital Metro area. For the past 15 years, she has excelled in both government and private sides of the industry. Ultimately, Jen found a niche in land development. Her forte in Engineering are site designs that are small to medium, 0 to 300 acres in size. For Jen, it’s important to work efficiently as part of a team in the fulfillment of a client’s vision. She fosters an environment conducive to innovation, which inspires people at all levels. She also enjoys that everyone can see the impacts of her efforts on the community around her. If you ask Jen, she will tell you that engineering is not just a job, it’s a passion and an exciting career.
Jen loves that her profession allows her to work on projects throughout Texas and that she is part of a team that takes a project from an idea and makes it into something physical, grand and lasting.
Jen is very involved in the community, she is currently on:
Brazos River Authority Board of directors
Vice Chair of Planning and Zoning Commission, Round Rock
Unified Development Code Advisory Commission, Georgetown
Sargent-at-Arms Round Rock Noon Rotary