Grant Schulte, P.E.

Project Engineer

Mr. Schulte received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Civil Engineering with a minor in Economics from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO. He has nearly two years of experience as a geotechnical and civil engineer and 6 years of experience as a structural engineer for both residential and commercial projects. Mr. Schulte’s responsibilities have included gathering, evaluating, and testing soil samples and writing geotechnical reports, creating site and grading plans for residential projects, and complete structural engineering for both new construction and remodeled residences. Additionally, Mr. Schulte has experience with foundation design plans for a multitude of foundation types including spread footings, drilled piers, post tensioned slab on grade, and Tella Firma foundations. He has also designed various framing plans for residential projects, as well as multifamily buildings and community centers. Mr. Schulte’s experience with the engineering design of geotechnical, civil, and structural projects has given him a unique understanding of construction processes and procedures, enabling him to readily identify and provide design repairs or improvements for a myriad of building failures.


B.S. Civil Engineering, Structural Emphasis, Minor Economics
Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, 2011

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