United States Naval Academy


Recovery—King Hall Galley Renovation

Annapolis, Maryland



Tom Horensky

Construction Option

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Tom Horensky is currently in his fifth year at Pennsylvania State University pursuing an Integrated Bachelor and Master Degree in Architectural Engineering with a focus in Construction.  Tom has remained heavily involved in extra-curriculars throughout his college career.  From 2009-2010 he served as the President of the Student Partnership for Achieving Construction Excellence, or S:PACE.  He is currently serving as the Director of Professional Relations for the Student Society of Architectural Engineers, in addition to being an Architectural Engineering Mentor through the organization.  Finally, Tom serves as the Vice President for the Mechanical Contractor’s Association of America (Penn State Student Chapter) and as the Pledge Master for the Architectural Engineering Honor Society, Phi Alpha Epsilon.  Outside of academic organizations, Tom has previously been a member of the Penn State Powerlifting Club Team. 

During the past three summers Tom has worked for Barton Malow Company as an Assistant Superintendent intern.  In 2008 he worked on the new Medical Education Building for Johns Hopkins University in downtown Baltimore.  In 2009, after returning from the study abroad program in Rome, he worked on the new Western Maryland Health Center hospital consolidation project in Cumberland, Maryland.  In the most recent summer, Tom worked on the King Hall Galley Renovation project for the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.


Tom is also an avid outdoorsman and spends a significant amount of his free time fishing.  He has been as far North as Gunisao Lake, Manitoba chasing northern pike and muskellunge and as far South as Costa Rica pursuing sailfish and roosterfish. 



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