Michael graduated with a Master’s degree focused on advanced structural systems, building failures and forensic techniques, and building enclosures. As a professional engineer, he has developed extensive experience in the repair and restoration engineering field with hundreds of projects executed in Virginia, Maryland, DC, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and other locals. He has worked with many clients providing a broad scope of engineering and consulting services to private, professional, and government entities.
Michael has provided assessment, design, contract administration, and client consultation for projects that have focused on building and site assets such as roofs, building envelopes, facades and curtain walls, balconies and plazas, structural systems, parking structures, site-civil and pavements, retaining structures, and others. He also has experience with historical restoration projects and fall protection/building access system analysis and design. In addition to engineering-based services, Michael has experience performing reserve study analyses, due diligence assessments, and condition assessments for capital expense planning.