Fitzpatrick Engineering Group specializes in structural engineering solutions for commercial, institutional and health care buildings. We provide innovative engineering distinguished by design economy with a strong client focus. Experts in Building Information Modeling (BIM), we can reduce design time while delivering more accurate information to the architect, contractor and fabricator.
Providing structural designs in steel, conventionally reinforced concrete, post-tensioned concrete, wood and masonry, we strive to solve your big challenges early and achieve project success.
HOLSTON MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING
A six-story, 210,000 square foot, steel framed medical office building. This project consolidated a medical practice that previously occupied several locations into a single structure... MORE
SOUTHEASTERN BED TOWER
A six-story, 117,000 square foot, steel framed building. The design had to allow for a two floor future expansion. Vertical expansion designed by Fitzpatrick Engineering Group; engineering for the original building was done by Douglas Fitzpatrick while at a prior firm... MORE
MOORESVILLE CROSSING PHASES I AND II
A one-story, steel framed retail complex. The size of Phase I is 136,000 square feet, while Phase II is 95,000 square feet. Framing is predominantly bar joists and wide flange steel beams and columns... MORE
TBILISI, REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA
A mixed use project that includes a 30-story residential tower with retail on the lower four levels, a 14-story hotel, and three levels of subterranean parking under the entire project... MORE
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Founded in October 2004 by Douglas G. Fitzpatrick, P.E., Fitzpatrick Engineering Group is a single discipline engineering firm specializing in commercial, health care and institutional structural design.
Since its inception, Fitzpatrick Engineering has retained LEED accredited staff, been a member firm with the US Green Building Council and is a sponsoring member of the Charlotte Chapter. We are primarily licensed in the southeast from Louisiana to New York.