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Our structural engineers provide full-service structural design services for a wide variety of building types and clients. We have extensive experience in providing structural design for government sites, education facilities, medical facilities, agricultural and industrial buildings, multi-family facilities, commercial buildings, hospitality buildings, and sustainable “green” architecture and LEED-certified buildings.
Our team has the experience and knowledge to design a safe recreational water facility that complies with all industry standards and federal laws, including the Virginia Graeme Baker Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and ANSI standards. Not only are we familiar with these regulations and standards, but we have also provided input to several states as they wrote, and continue to re-write, regulations that reflect the constantly changing standards in the swimming pool design industry.
- Hotel Pools & Spas
- Municipal & Community Pools
- Splash Pools
- Salt Water Pools
- Sunbathing Decks
- Zero Entry Pools
- Vanishing Edge Pools
- Water Falls
- If You Can Imagine It, We Can Design It!
We offer comprehensive civil design services for your site, from site layout and grading to stormwater treatment and utility design. On sites where we also provide structural engineering and/or water recreation area design, we can achieve a high level of coordination and quality control.
- Challenging Grading Situations Needing Retaining Walls
- Sites in Highly Regulated Water Quality Areas
- Dual-Use Systems for Water Feature and Site Drainage
- Environmentally Sensitive Sites
Our Mechanical Division offers a wide array of services including, but not limited to, plumbing, heating, air conditioning and ventilation design. Ranging from healthcare to industrial and everything in between, we have the technical ability and the practical experience to provide the end user with a fully functional design to meet any need.
- Steam and hot water heating
- Gas forced air and infrared heating
- Chilled water and direct expansion cooling
- Humidification and dehumidification