There are many structural engineering tasks that are required every day that are not specifically related to traditional building design. Non-building structures may be similar to buildings; such as pipe racks, storage racks and frames to support processes, or not similar to buildings; such as telecommunication towers, stage sets and sculpture integrity confirmation.

From stage sets for theater productions at Sight and Sound, to interior skeletal structure for parade floats at Sesame Place, to checking the structural integrity of exterior works of art and sculptures like the decommissioned fighter wing on display at the Indianapolis International Airport, we never back down from a unique challenge at Providence.

"We have worked with Providence Engineering on many projects and each one has significantly impacted our business by increasing flow and throughput capabilities. They have a great understanding of industrial processes and communicate that in a very clear and effective way. It has been a pleasure working with them over the last 27 years."

Rodney Shultz
Kunzler and Company