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Services in West Washington

DH Glabe & Associates provides construction and structural engineering services in the Coffee Capital of the World, Washington State. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) projects. DH Glabe & Associates services all areas throughout west Washington including Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and Eugene.

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Bridge Falsework Engineering

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Concrete Shoring Engineering

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Davit and Anchor Testing

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Demolition Plan Design Engineering

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Earthquake Engineering

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Earth Shoring Engineering

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Expert Witness and Accident Investigation

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Facade Access Consulting

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Fall Protection Engineering

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Finite Element Analysis

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Formwork Engineering

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Reshoring Engineering

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Rigging and Erection Plan Engineering

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Scaffold and Shoring Testing

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Scaffolding Engineering

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Structural Engineering

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Structural Shoring Engineering

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Wall Bracing Engineering

Space Needle in Seattle, Washington

Space Needle in Seattle, Washington

The most well-known marvel in structural engineering found in the state is the iconic Seattle Space Needle. The Space Needle is an observation tower that was built in 1961 by John Graham & Company and both structural engineers John K. Minasian and Victor Stienbrueck. This 605 foot, six-floored structure has been engineered to endure quakes up to 9.1 in magnitude and winds up to 200 miles per hour in addition to accommodating the two observation decks where thousands of tourists visit every year who come to look over the magnificent Seattle skyline.

4816 Aurora Ave N Seattle, WA 89103