William Phaup, PE, SE, MLSE
Sr. Structural Engineer
MSCE, Structural Engineering – University of Colorado at Boulder;
BS, Civil Engineering – University of Colorado at Boulder;
MECE, Environmental Engineering – University of Virginia;
BA, Mathematics and Environmental Sciences – University of Virginia;
Registration: Professional Engineer – Oregon (57910-PE);
Professional Engineer – Washington (44123-PE);
Structural Engineer NCEES (MLSE) – Oregon (28300);
Other PE registrations: California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming;
Other NCEES (MLSE) registrations: Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Washington
Owners, contractors, and associates seek William’s expertise for efficient, code-compliant solutions for commercial, industrial, and infrastructure projects in steel and concrete, from permitting to occupancy, across the United States and beyond. William’s first assignment after graduation from the University of Colorado was as project engineer for a national concrete contractor, where he oversaw quality control from shop-drawing submittals to pre-pour review. Subsequently, he developed specialties in lateral (wind) force resisting systems in concrete and timber and deep concrete foundations for multi-story commercial and residential structures. In 2007, William began work on industrial facilities and infrastructure for high-seismic west coast sites. Working with these same clients into 2020, William has become the go-to engineer for simple solutions to challenging, multifaceted construction design objectives.
Away from work, William enjoys his leisure, televised sports, movies, and food.