The process of structural engineering, put simply, is taking the load off of a structure or building and redirecting it into the ground. Not only do we work with partners to build new structures; we also renovate and add to existing structures.


New Construction

There’s a process and a skill set required to get our work done safely, effectively and efficiently, whether starting a brand new structure or renovating something that’s already standing,

We keep this at the forefront of our minds in working with partners on new structures, but factors like location, types of materials, and budget play their parts as well.

Challenges can arise during any phase of the design process or during construction.  Communication between the design team and the construction team can be critical.  Our knowledge of the materials used, building type, and construction methods allow us to communicate effectively through the design process and during construction to assist in mitigating any issues.


Renovating an existing structure requires an understanding of the structure’s build and its systems. We make it our mission to fully understand the structural build and systems used within the structure and how they interact to determine how everything will work together with your renovations.


We work with partners to not only build and renovate but to add to existing structures as well. Whether you’re adding stairs or a whole new wing, it’s our job to understand the existing structure’s build to ensure your addition can safely interact with the structure and its systems.

Project Types

  • Big Box Retail
  • Small Retail
  • Retail Centers
  • Offices
  • Dealership
  • Multi-Family
  • Mixed Use (multi-family with commercial space on ground level)
  • Small Industrial
  • Medical & Dental Offices
  • Foundation Design for PEMB Buildings

Miscellaneous Structural

  • Sign Design
  • Overhead Stage
  • Retaining Walls
  • New Supports for Roof Top Units
  • Mezzanines
  • Connection Designs
  • Stair Designs (egress and monumental stair)