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rudow + berry is one of the Southwest's leading design-based structural engineering firms. Since its inception, the firm has focused on the structural design of facilities for both public and private clients. We take pride in our reputation as partners in the design process and in our ability to provide an outstanding finished product to the owner.
Mark Rudow and Keith Berry founded r+b in 1994 to respond to the need for a design-based structural engineering firm. We support and encourage the architectural design on all of our projects, while never losing sight of the significant economic role that the structural design plays.
We realize that the selection of a structural system can only be made with an approach that strives to work with rather than battle the architecture. We also recognize that the most economical structural system is not always one that can be integrated into the architectural design, and the most aesthetically desirable design may require the use of a cost-prohibitive structural system.
Our firm's philosophy is always to work together with the design team to discover the solution that is the best mix of economy and design.
Our Principals play an active role in the design process and are available continually from the initial consultation through the final construction stages. We contribute fully at the conceptual stage of a project in order to ensure that any relevant engineering considerations and options are brought to the attention of the owner and architect.
Our goal, as structural engineers, is to devise the most appropriate structural system for a particular project. We carefully consider the objectives of the owner, the design requirements of the architect and other design consultants, and the special abilities of the contractor.
Careful and creative attention to detail without losing sight of economic priorities has and continues to be our firm's focus. We have demonstrated the ability to reach this goal on previous projects, and use this past experience as a basis for our approach on all new projects.​

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