Sean Dunfee, B.S., E.I.T

Project Engineer


Mr. Dunfee has engineering design experience in single-family wood construction. He has worked as a structural design engineer on new buildings, remodels, decks, and foundation systems. He is experienced in evaluating soil conditions and has designed structural solutions for a number of onsite wastewater systems and foundations.

Mr. Dunfee holds a B.S. in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering from West Virginia University. He has worked in engineering roles since his former experience within the oil and gas industry. He has most recently practiced as a civil and structural project engineer. Now holding experience in structural design and modeling, he began his career as a laborer in numerous construction roles such as framing, roofing, and concrete flatwork, providing him with a background in implementations of engineered designs. With additional knowledge in soil sampling and testing, he has designed a number of foundation systems and onsite wastewater solutions in the varying soil conditions encountered on the Front Range. Mr. Dunfee has provided engineering consultations with owners, contractors, architects, engineers, public health officials, and city officials to provide cost-effective solutions when issues such as high groundwater, bedrock, or expansive soils are encountered. Through his experience, he has solidified his knowledge of local building and health codes. He is working as an engineer investigating damage due to hail, high winds, structural failure, foundation failure, building envelope failure, and differential foundation movement.

Education


B.S. in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering
West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, 2016

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