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Douglas E. Bond, PE, SE

Principal

  • Licensed in DC, MD, VA and 18 Additional States
  • MS Civil Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • BS Civil Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Doug joined McMullan in 1996 and has over 28 years of experience in structural analysis, design, and evaluations of a wide variety of structures. Specifically, Doug is one of McMullan's leading structural engineers that specializes in historic preservation/restoration, stabilization of historic structures, and adaptive re-use. This extends to include the evaluation and design of stone masonry arch bridges and aqueducts, locks, and retaining walls, as well as existing masonry lock wooden foundations, aqueduct pier wooden cribbing, and wood pile foundations. He has completed many high-profile projects throughout the United States for the National Park Service, the General Services Administration, the Army Corps of Engineers, and private historic associations/trusts.

As a McMullan Principal, Doug serves as both Principal Structural Engineer and Quality Control Principal on projects depending upon the involvement of other McMullan principals. He also has an ownership stake in the firm.

His experience includes educational facilities, hospitals, office buildings, recreational facilities, institutional buildings, and historic buildings, canals, and bridges. Doug's clients include hospitals, institutions of higher learning, K-12 schools – both public and private, all levels of government agencies, and private/commercial building owners. In addition, he has specialized real-world experience involving field inspections, evaluations, and designs of repairs affiliated with post-disaster damage. In these instances, Doug spearheads McMullan's provision of emergency response support to provide needed services within hours of a natural disaster. 

Over the years, Doug has further applied his experience to train colleagues, client representatives, and industry peers on aspects of structural inspections, evaluations, and design considerations related to addressing various structural deficiencies stemming from historic age and damage sustained from natural/man-made events.

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