Robertson-Wade Engineering is a “small firm”. The number of employees at Robertson-Wade ranged from 3 or 4 to as many as 10 depending upon our work load which is directly related to the economic climate. Our smaller size affords us the opportunity to have greater flexibility and ultimately undertake more “out-of-the-box” projects which other large firms cannot because of their set overhead costs and general in-ability to “turn-on-a-dime.” As shown below in our project descriptions, Robertson-Wade's “small firm” size has not and will not limit us in our ability to provide quality services for large scale industrial, institutional, and commercial projects.
This flexibility allows us to be current and competitive.
Of course our expertise and experience covers the basic areas of structural engineering such as reinforced concrete, structural steel, reinforced masonry, and wood framing design for buildings/residences, tanks, towers, manufacturing equipment support, and other miscellaneous structural areas. Robertson-Wade Engineering has also strived to and has been successful in their efforts to obtain expertise and experiences in several areas of specialty structural design including helical pile foundations, light gauge metal stud framing, light gauge rolled steel framing, heavy timer framing, and structural renovation of historical building structures and bellowers, renovations to existing building and residential structures involving the removal of load bearing walls for the purpose of making larger rooms and cathedral ceilings where flat ceilings once were.
Steel girder and abutment design for Covered Bridges and Hollow core slab bridge abutments and steel girder, timber deck/guard rail bridges.