Mark Ritchie, P.E.
Executive Vice President
Fun Fact: Mark still believes the Pocket Protector is a must-have wardrobe accessory for engineers and endeavors to make monogrammed pocket protectors “cool again.”
Mark’s structural engineering experience spans a wide variety of structures including corporate offices, universities, schools, churches, hospitals, assisted living and multi-family housing facilities utilizing structural steel, cast-in-place concrete, masonry, light gauge metal and wood. He also designs foundation systems including shallow spread footings, caissons, piles and geo-piers. Beyond traditional building design, he is involved in feasibility studies, construction cost comparisons, forensic investigations, rehabilitation, renovation, structural due-diligence reports and load capacity evaluation.
- New Jersey
- New York
- West Virginia
American Institute of Steel Construction; American Society of Civil Engineers; National Concrete Masonry Association; National Society of Professional Engineers ; Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers
Carlisle, PA Pittsburgh, PA
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, 1984