Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering- Tennessee Technological University, 1983
Master of Science in Structural Engineering – Vanderbilt University, 1989
Licensed Structural Engineer in Arizona
Registered Professional Engineer in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Mr. O’Donnell founded Skyhook Structural Engineering, P.C. in June, 1999 and has over 33 years of experience designing structures. As President, his primary responsibilities include the overall management and administration of the company, as well as establishing and maintaining quality control and production standards. He is directly involved in the preliminary phases of projects, working closely with the owner, Architect, and other consultants, to determine the appropriate structural systems required.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering - University of Tennessee at Knoxville, 2001
Master of Civil Engineering - North Carolina State University, 2002
Registered Professional Engineer in Tennessee and Washington. Licensed Structural Engineer in Arizona, Hawaii, Illinois, and Nevada.
Randall joined Skyhook Structural Engineering, P.C. (SSE) in 2015. He has 12 years of experience designing structures for other consulting engineering firms. He has successfully managed projects utilizing steel, concrete, masonry and timber structural systems.
Randall has worked on a variety of building types including churches, libraries, university dorms and educational buildings, schools, stadiums, convention centers, offices, hotels, apartments, mixed-use developments, trucking terminals, industrial, parking garages, and research buildings.
He brings specialized experience in concrete design to SSE. His concrete design experience includes the following:
·Conventionally reinforced concrete structures that include multi-story university educational and residence hall buildings utilizing two-way flat plate and one-way slab/beam systems; and a pan joist/beam floor system in convention center
·Post-tensioned concrete structures that include university educational and residential hall buildings, parking garages, and podium slabs for mixed use developments utilizing two-way flat plate systems
·Parking garages and office buildings using post-tensioned girders and one-way slab systems
·Precast concrete used as architectural cladding and hollowcore plank utilized as floor systems in schools and residential dorms
·Tilt-up construction for trucking terminals and warehouse buildings
Ian Sullivan, P.E., S.E., Structural Engineer, Associate
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering - Clemson University, 2009
Master of Science in Civil Engineering - Clemson University, 2010
Registered Professional Engineer in Georgia.
Ian joined Skyhook Structural Engineering, P.C. (SSE) in 2016. He has 6 years of experience designing structures for another architectural & engineering firm. He has successfully managed and designed projects utilizing steel, concrete, masonry and timber structural systems.
Ian has worked on a variety of building types including hotels, apartments, mixed-use developments, and retail buildings.
Ian has experience on numerous commercial renovation projects, including historical buildings dating back to the early 20th century.
Nathan Branam, E.I.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering - The Ohio State University, 2015
Master of Science in Structural Engineering - The Ohio State University, 2017
Engineering Intern- State of Ohio
Mr. Branam joined Skyhook Structural Engineering, P.C. (SSE) in November 2017. He is a recent graduate from Ohio State University, where he studied structural engineering topics such as earthquake engineering and computational mechaniccs. While in school, Nathan worked as an engineering consultant for an oil and gas pipeline engineering firm specializing in geohazard stress analysis. He also has design experience involving deep pile foundations such as earth retention systems.