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DH Glabe & Associates and Glabe Consulting provide construction and structural engineering services in the Great Lake State of Michigan. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) projects. DH Glabe & Associates and Glabe Consulting services all cities throughout the state including Detroit, Grand Rapids, Warren, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Flint, Kalamazoo, Pontiac and Saginaw.


Michigan consists of two main peninsulas with the longest freshwater coastline in the world. In addition to bordering four of the five Great Lakes, it has just fewer than 65,000 inland lakes and ponds making it the leading U.S. state for recreational boating. Part of the Michigan-231 state turnpike, the Grand River Bridge was officially opened in 2015 after the Michigan Department of Transportation held a ceremonial 1k marathon that included 231 runners to celebrate its completion. This 2-lane, 3,709-foot-long bridge is the 7th longest bridge in the state and consists of mainly steel beams.

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Recent Michigan Projects:

Concrete Shoring Engineering – McLaren Macomb Hospital Development Project

Mt. Clemens, Michigan with MEVA Formwork Systems: engineering and review of a concrete shoring design for a structural slab. Work included checking loads for shoring towers and H20 beams and stringers.

Scaffolding Engineering – University of Michigan Biological Station Monitoring Project

Munro Township, Michigan with the Western Michigan University and University of Colorado research teams: engineering and design of a 101-foot tall freestanding scaffold tower for the placement of monitoring equipment. Work included engineering of the scaffold, guy-wires for stability, and earth anchorages for the guy-wire connections.

Structural Engineering – Sea Life Great Lakes Aquarium Improvement Project

Auburn Hills, Michigan with Reynolds Polymer Technology: engineering analysis of a curved acrylic panel for an aquarium. Work included finite element analysis of the acrylic panel and its ability to resist the hydrostatic loading of the tank.

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