Bryan Hensley Named Oklahoma Magazine 2016 “40 Under 40”
Manhattan Construction Company Superintendent Bryan Hensley has been selected by Oklahoma Magazine as a “40 Under 40” Class of 2016 honoree. Each year Oklahoma Magazine recognizes 40 young professionals who have worked hard to be successful at a young age. Hensley’s profile story is located in Oklahoma Magazine’s April 2016 issue and also on their website.
“We take great pride in employing the State’s best construction professionals and also some of the best veterans that have served our country. We are proud of Bryan’s services abroad and here with Manhattan” said Mark O’Rear, Oklahoma City vice president. “Bryan’s leadership in difficult situations has prepared him to be a relentless superintendent in the field.”
Hensley started his career at Manhattan on The University of Oklahoma (OU) campus. During his five years at Manhattan Construction, he has been involved in more than $100 million in projects, many of those award-winning projects including the Osler Hotel Renovation, OU Jan Marie and Richard J. Crawford University Club Renovation and the OU Lecture Hall project. Hensley is currently serving as superintendent at the historic Oklahoma State Capitol Interior Renovation project. In his spare time, Hensley enjoys spending time with his kids and fishing at the lake. He also volunteers for Rebuilding Together OKC, an organization that works to improve the homes and lives of low-income, elderly homeowners in the Oklahoma City metro area.
Hensley served in the United State Marines Corps for four years before graduating from the University of Central Texas College in 2005.