Craig is an individual who exemplifies the enjoyment one can achieve as a structural engineer. After completing his undergraduate study in civil engineering he realized that structural engineering would be much more satisfying and as a result went on to receive a Masters in Structural Engineering from Northeastern University. Craig stayed with his cooperative education firm as a full-time employee becoming engaged in some rather remarkable cast-in-place concrete structures. To this day the Eastern Airlines terminal at Logan Airport and the Allegheny hangar at Logan Airport are noteworthy structures for their size and engineering complexity. Craig has participated in the design and construction oversight of literally hundreds of lesser demanding structures and has broadened his structural experience into forensic failure studies and complex façade evaluations. Craig's 70 hour work week has created significant pressure for professional and family functions yet he has been heavily involved in church and community activities as well as responding to the structural engineering and business needs of the American Concrete Institute, the American Institute of Steel Construction, the ASCE/SEI, and the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations. Through the years Craig has been a prolific writer for STRUCTURE, a peer review magazine.
P.E., SECB, F.SEI, M.ASCE
SEI Fellow Since 2013