IGRL Consultants has united with Salas O'Brien, creating a combined firm of more than 1,400 team members and 360 registered professionals. IGRL's expertise in food & beverage manufacturing enhances our ability to serve this important market.
Salas O’Brien announced today that Idibri has joined the company, further strengthening Salas O’Brien’s technology expertise, adding new capabilities in acoustics and theatre consulting, and creating an integrated firm of 52 offices, more than 1,350 team members, and 330 registered professionals.
Nine students from Tustin Unified School District gained hands-on experience and in-depth insight into architectural and engineering careers at Salas O’Brien during our inaugural high school internship program. “It’s so important that we invest in preparing and developing the next generation of engineers and technical professionals,” Salas O’Brien CEO and Chairman Darin Anderson said. “I […]
Salas O’Brien announced today that Girard Engineering has joined the company, further strengthening Salas O’Brien’s presence in the Washington, DC, region and creating a combined firm of 51 offices, more than 1,300 team members, and 330 registered professionals.
Salas O’Brien announced today that SIA Solutions has joined the company, adding a nationwide team focused on federal projects to Salas O’Brien and creating a combined firm of 50 offices, more than 1,250 team members, and 320 registered professionals.
Salas O’Brien announced today that it has agreed to acquire PCI Skanska from Skanska USA, adding an engineering team focused on power and industrial projects and creating a combined firm of 44 offices, 1,200 team members, and more than 300 registered professionals.
Salas O’Brien announced today that BVH Integrated Services has joined the company, expanding our presence in New England and creating a combined firm of 43 offices, more than 1,100 team members, and 290 registered professionals.
Salas O’Brien announced that the Leffler Group has joined the company, adding a Denver-based structural engineering team and creating a combined firm of 41 offices with more than 1,000 team members and 260 registered professionals. The Leffler team represents the latest in a series of structural-focused mergers for Salas O’Brien. As the next step in […]
We’re excited to announce that our Madison Municipal Building project in Wisconsin earned a regional 2021 ACEC Engineering Excellence Grand Award. Our designs brought modern MEP systems that perform 50% more efficiently than code baseline to this historic building, helping the project achieve LEED platinum and Energy Star status.
While many companies are fading from the Downtown Los Angeles landscape, Salas O’Brien has strengthened our roots there and reaffirmed our commitment to provide local support to our projects and clients in the area by establishing a physical presence closer to the heartbeat of the city.
We designed more than 5,400 projects for over 1,600 clients, representing almost $5 billion in construction costs. Our designs also saved more than 70 million pounds of greenhouse gases and will every year in perpetuity.
Salas O’Brien announced today that Richmond-based Dunlap & Partners Engineers has joined the company, further adding to Salas O’Brien’s technical expertise and creating an combined firm of 39 offices with more than 1,000 team members and 260 registered professionals. The Dunlap team adds significant expertise in markets including institutional, healthcare, and corporate, and when combined […]
Salas O’Brien announced today that Toronto-based Stephenson Engineering has joined the company, further adding to Salas O’Brien’s technical expertise and creating an integrated firm of 38 offices with more than 950 team members and 250 registered professionals. With a portfolio including many prominent buildings on the Toronto skyline, the Stephenson team adds significant structural engineering […]
Precautions to prevent the transmission of coronavirus via direct and indirect contact like social distancing, handwashing, and mask wearing have become commonplace based on recommendations from the scientific community.
But more may be needed, especially given the mounting evidence that SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is airborne and can be carried by aerosols.