Structural Engineering

C.T. Male Associates has extensive experience in providing a wide range of structural engineering services on various types of projects, from the evaluation and analysis of existing buildings and structures to the design of new buildings and structures.

Structural Engineering Services for Latham, Syracuse, Glens Falls, Johnstown, Poughkeepsie, Red Hook, Cobleskill

Our clients include variously sized municipalities, state and federal government entities, educational and medical institutions, airports, commercial businesses, manufacturing industries, non-profit organizations, residential and economic development agencies, and more. Examples of the structural engineering services we provide are listed below.

  • Design of New Buildings, including Steel, Concrete, Masonry, and Wood StructuresUSPS Albany Structural Engineering project under way
  • Design of Structural Repairs, Additions, and Alterations to Existing Buildings
  • Design of Foundations for Pre-Engineered Metal and Wood-Framed Buildings
  • Design of Equipment Foundations, Support Structures, and Access Platforms
  • Design of Retaining Walls, Bridge Abutments, and Culvert Headwalls
  • Structural Analysis and Load Capacity Ratings for Existing Floors and Roof Structures
  • Analysis and Design of Monorails, Bridge Crane Runway Beams, and Lifting Beams
  • Existing Condition Assessments, Pre- and Post-Construction Surveys, Pre-Demolition Surveys
  • Structural Investigations, Evaluations, and Reports

Learn More About Our Structural Engineering Firm in New York

Our civil engineers have provided expert structural engineering services throughout NYS including Latham, Syracuse, Glens Falls, Johnstown, Poughkeepsie, Red Hook, Cobleskill, and surrounding areas.  If you would like more information about our Structural Engineering services or need a quote for a project, please contact the C.T. Male Associates Civil Engineering Division using the form below or give us a call at 518-786-7400.


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