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Brace Engineering, Inc., Founded by Frank C. Brace in 1979. After serving in the U.S. Army, Frank graduated from Carnegie Institute of Technology (currently known as Carnegie Mellon University) in 1958 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and began his engineering career at John M. Sweeney. He completed his Master of Science in Civil Engineering in 1963 also from Carnegie Institute of Technology.

After leaving John M. Sweeney he was a Project Analyst at Service Bureau Corporation for two years before forming Marshall and Brace in 1970. In 1979 he dissolved Marshall and Brace and formed Brace Engineering and continued to establish a reputable consulting engineering business with over 5,000 projects completed until his retirement in 2006.

Today Brace Engineering, Inc. continues to provide professional engineering services specializing in all areas of structural analysis and design with the respect and quality that Frank established with David A. Brace, P.E. as President and Joseph J. Cherichetti, Jr., P.E. as Vice-President.
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read more › Brace Engineering, Inc. provides structural engineering services for a broad range of construction requirements and clients. Building Design Services for new buildings, additions and renovations to existing buildings including Adaptive Re-use. As well as vertical expansion projects, wood structures, manufacturing facilities and foundations for Pre-Engineered Buildings. Civil Design Services for bridges, abutments, culverts, tunnels, water treatment plants, sewage treatment plants and water tower foundations.

read more › Brace Engineering Inc., consulting structural engineers, brings with it over 65 years combined experience in its two key personnel in the field of structural engineering. Our firm specializes in structural engineering for new construction, renovation and forensic investigation and our services are thorough, complete and economical to the client. Our work is accomplished in compliance with current codes and standards and in accordance with generally accepted engineering principles and practices.

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