Structural Engineering

Baker Design Build’s structural engineering group has over 100 years of combined experience on projects of all scopes and sizes, offering services for both stand-alone and design-build projects.

Using cutting-edge technology, we provide engineering services for steel, concrete, masonry, wood and lite gauge metal stud structures. Our integrated approach to engineering means our structural engineers work side by side with other disciplines to develop a well-coordinated design.

Historic Restorations

Our experienced team of experts has worked on award-winning historic restoration projects throughout the Southeast. Our expertise in applying modern structural engineering solutions to old buildings has restored many historically significant structures, preserving their unique beauty and design.

As structural engineers-of-record for many notable historic buildings, we are highly knowledgeable of building materials and systems not readily used today. Projects have included relocating historic buildings, raising existing roofs, restoration and preservation work, and bringing old structures up to new wind-load requirements.

Condition Assessments

Facility condition assessments provide accurate and timely data on facilities to help our clients make informed decisions.

A condition assessment involves an analysis of the condition of a facility in terms of age, design, construction methods, and materials.

Threshold Inspections

Baker Design Build provides threshold inspection services for buildings exceeding a specific height, square footage or occupancy load before building permit issuance.

Our local, licensed Special Inspectors, perform inspection services on site for large healthcare, educational, commercial and municipal buildings throughout the construction phase.

Shoring Inspections

Our structural engineering group conducts shoring inspections for projects with shoring systems in place during construction.

Our team of structural engineers and inspectors certify systems are built per code and safely support the structure.

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