We foster commitment, dedication and job satisfaction among all staff members. In this way, our clients enjoy extra attention to detail, a higher level of client service, and the staff's passion for the highest quality of work.
To encourage staff to develop professionally and meet individual continuing education goals, we support their course work and provide in-house seminars.
The result is an energetic workforce versed in the latest developments in the rapidly advancing areas of analysis/design technology and building code.
We believe in open sharing of ideas, responsibilities and rewards. Staff members participate in weekly coordination meetings, project management, quality reviews, financial disclosure and profits.
Regardless of project size, construction cost or design fee there are two core principles that control every action we undertake:
We may provide engineering services to a particular client but the buildings we help create are designed to serve the public as a whole.
As practicing engineers, we have a sound understanding of the science that makes a building work both safely and efficiently. In doing so we provide the public with buildings they can trust, and our clients receive efficiently designed structures that pay for themselves.
Relationships of Respect
What sets us apart from other firms is that our operation is built around service, teamwork and a desire to collaborate with all professionals involved.
From the subcontractor to the architect to the developer, all parties play an important role in creating a successful project. By understanding the value that each member brings to the project, respecting the individual who creates that value becomes automatic.
Our engineers hold licenses in the following states:
To stay on top of industry trends, we’re involved in the following professional associations:
Organized to improve the level of knowledge and practice of the structural engineering profession in Georgia and to provide an identifiable resource to those needing communication with the profession
The voice of the engineering industry, whose primary mission is to strengthen the business environment for its member firms through government advocacy, political action, and business education
Provides risk management and business practice education to improve the practice of structural engineering
Offers free technical support as well as education and resources related to the code-compliant design of non-residential and multi-family wood buildings.
Not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States