About The Structures Group, Inc.
The Structures Group, Inc. provides structural engineering services for public and private sector clients. Our firm services predominantly the East Coast, with its corporate office in Williamsburg, Virginia. We are licensed in 21 states in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, as well as the District of Columbia. We offer excellent benefits including health, dental, life, and disability insurance, as well as a 401K plan with employer matching contributions.
The expertise and experience of our staff encompass a broad range of activities in five distinct areas: Structural Engineering, Special Inspections, Forensic Analysis, Independent Plans Review, and Due Diligence/Risk Analysis. The services offered within these areas include preliminary design and feasibility analysis, structural design and analysis, preparation of construction documents, construction administration, special inspections, forensic analysis, building code review, independent plan review, and due diligence pre-purchase studies. The Structures Group, Inc. utilizes RISA, RAM Steel, and RAM Concept three dimensional modeling for it’s structural analysis and design, as well as AutoCAD and Revit, a form of Building... Information Modeling (BIM), for the development of construction documents.
Our consulting engineering services have been provided for numerous types of structures, including bridges, churches, commercial buildings, educational facilities, historic properties, hotels, industrial facilities, waste and wastewater pump stations, institutional facilities, marine structures, museums, and parks, as well as single family residences in the eastern and southeastern United States. Further, due to our forensic analysis experience, we have been solicited to provide structural analysis and remedial repair design in various disaster and restoration projects such as the 1989 and 1994 California earthquakes, Hurricanes Andrew (1992), Floyd (1999), Isabel (2003), Katrina (2005), Irene (2011), Michael (2018), Laura (2020), and Ida (2021) as well as numerous mid-Atlantic tornadoes and Nor’easters.