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events

Oct 15, 2019

Understanding how to manipulate Revit models for viewing specific content is essential to successfully conveying design intent and constructability. Mike Hopple, P.E. recently published an article in AUGIWorld Magazine where he shared customization tips and tricks. His …

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events

Oct 9, 2019

Providence’s own Heather Sustersic, P.E. is in Canada this week, representing the United States at the inaugural CANUS masonry summit. The CANUS project is jointly sponsored by NCMA, CCMPA, CMDA, and CSA, wherein industry and University experts in …

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steel

Sep 9, 2019

“Which version of the steel manual did you learn on?” On its face, that’s a simple question. But last week, when I asked Providence’s 50+ structural engineers, I got more than just simple answers. …

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promotions

Aug 27, 2019

We’re very proud to be celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Kendra Lappa, Designer at Providence Engineering! Kendra started at Providence in the summer of 1994, when our founder, Dan Fichtner, was running the business from …

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press release

Aug 20, 2019

As the summer draws to a close, it’s time to say farewell to Tyler Jantzen, our Summer 2019 Engineering Intern. Since joining us in May, Tyler reviewed drawings, took field measurements and was exposed …

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promotion

Jun 17, 2019

Heather Sustersic, P.E. is in Salt Lake City, Utah for the 13th North American Masonry Conference. This conference occurs just once every four years and serves as a global forum to share the latest advances in …

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new hires

Jun 11, 2019

Providence is kicking-off Summer 2019 with a few new hires. We’re excited to welcome the following individuals to our team: Shawn Heffley, (top left) was a part-time intern in our Lancaster office before accepting …

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project update

Jun 4, 2019

Fresenius Medical Care, the world’s largest provider of dialysis products and services, recently broke ground on a new distribution center in Knoxville, TN. This new distribution center will help support Fresenius’ efforts to expand …

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why should you partner

Jun 3, 2019

As published in the Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal. As with any building type, the design and construction of a distribution center requires a myriad of design professionals and contractors. From site design, through architectural, …

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memorial day in central pa

May 24, 2019

There are several events this weekend, across Pennsylvania, honoring those who have served in the US Armed Forces. A list of Memorial Day parades and ceremonies is listed below: Central PA | Lancaster County | York County | Lehigh Valley | Muncy | Pittsburgh …

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education

May 21, 2019

On Friday May 17th, six Providence Engineers-In-Training had the opportunity to travel to the National Fire Research Laboratory, located within the campus of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Researchers …

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May 8, 2019

We are very excited for Shawn Heffley, our CAD/BIM Intern. Shawn received the Highest Technical GPA Award in Architectural Technology at the 2019 Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology Awards Banquet! Shawn has been working at …

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employee award

Apr 11, 2019

The Revit Users Group of Central PA recently held their 3rd Annual Mixer and Rendering Contest. We’re very proud to announce that Mike Hopple, P.E. finished 2nd in his group for his rendering of exterior precast …

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new hires

Mar 13, 2019

Please join me in welcoming Jamie Shrawder and Dan Confer to the firm! Jamie and Dan have both recently joined our Business Development team and have hit the ground running these past few weeks. …

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employee happenings

Feb 11, 2019

Heather Sustersic, P.E., recently visited the 1st and 4th grade classes at Benner Elementary School to introduce them to the field of structural engineering within an architectural project context. She showed them how their …

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