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Heavy Roof Load Due To Snow Drifts

Windblown snow on large, flat industrial, warehouse, and commercial roofs adds heavy, concentrated weight at the drift locations. Many older facilities may not be structurally designed to support this... > READ MORE

The Importance of Geotechnical Investigations

Frequently at the start of a building design, structural engineers are asked, “Is a geotechnical investigation truly a necessary expense?” In short, the geotechnical work is not where you want to cut... > READ MORE

Align Expectations for Better Outcomes

We all bring our own box of expectations to a relationship, whether it’s with coworkers and clients or family and friends. We assume people know what’s in our box and we know what is in theirs. But... > READ MORE

Clients Win When You’re On Their Team

Simply satisfying our clients is not enough. We want them to enjoy working with us and feel good about the experience. We want them to know we are invested in their success. It starts with our first interaction... > READ MORE

Solving Traffic Flow Problems

Is traffic flow an issue in your community? Do you have an idea that might improve rush-hour traffic, or the overall stream of traffic, but aren’t sure where to begin? Traffic modeling may be the answer.... > READ MORE