Andrew D. White

Principal Consultant / P.E. / Boston

Background

Mr. White holds a B.S. degree in Architectural Engineering Technology and an A.A. degree in Architecture and Building Technology. Mr. White is a licensed professional engineer in multiple states with experience in structural analysis and design, project management, construction administration and management, property condition assessments, and engineering forensics.

Mr. White has extensive engineering knowledge about structural design, connection detailing, and analysis involving reinforced concrete, steel, masonry, and wood-framed structures in residential, commercial, industrial, retail, municipal, educational, religious, correctional, utilities, communications, and other sectors.  Mr. White’s engineering experience covers a broad array of structure types, including buildings, bridges, earth retaining structures, tanks, silos, and towers.

Mr. White also had the overall responsibility for project construction management.  He was responsible for creating and maintaining construction schedules, budgets, and contracts for multi-million dollar construction projects in private and transportation sectors, and for control of subcontracts and planning complex erection sequences.  He has extensive experience in many areas of construction management and administration.

As a forensic engineer, Mr. White performs inspections and cause and origin analyses of storm-related damage, structural fire damage, water damage, construction defects, structural design defects, and building code evaluations.  These inspections and analyses encompass a broad range of building types and include floor failures, building settlement and/or collapse, construction vibration damage, moisture intrusions, wall and roof system failures, building envelope and cladding system deficiencies and failures, and fenestration component deficiencies and failures.  

Education and Certifications

  • B.S. Architectural Engineering Technology – Vermont Technical College
  • A.A. Architectural and Building Technology – Vermont Technical College
  • Registered Professional Engineer (Structural) – Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Georgia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin
  • Registered Professional Engineer (Civil) – California, Washington