Joe is the Director of Forensics, Restoration and Building Envelope in the Washington, DC office and has nearly 15 years of experience in the evaluation and forensic restoration of defects, deficiencies, and failures of buildings’ and parking structures’ envelope and structural systems. Joe is responsible for managing and coordinating building envelope and restoration projects.
Joe’s experience includes condition appraisal reports; the assessment, investigation, and repair/rehabilitation of building structures and site features; strengthening, modifications, and design of existing and new structures; preparation of shoring designs for emergency structural issues and repair and replacement projects; evaluation and design for remediation of building moisture infiltration conditions; construction observation as well as contract administration services for projects. Joe has also performed structural design and prepared technical documents for renovations and additions to existing structures.
Joe was honored by the International Concrete Repair Institute in 2021 as one of their “40 Under 40” industry leaders.
Master of Architectural Engineering with Structural Emphasis, The Pennsylvania State University
Bachelor of Architectural engineering with Structural Emphasis, The Pennsylvania State University
Engineering Mechanics Minor, The Pennsylvania State University
- Community Associations Institute
- American Institute of Steel Construction
- American Society of Civil Engineers
- American Wood Council
- American Concrete Institute
- International Concrete Repair Institute, Board of Directors, Baltimore/Washington, D.C. Chapter