Warren Welcomes George Sanford, Structural Engineer


Warren is pleased to announce that George Sanford, P.E. has joined our team as an engineer specializing in structural issues, building envelope performance, and construction defect investigations.

George brings over 20 years of applied structural engineering experience with a strong background in residential, commercial, and industrial structural design to Warren. George’s past experience has included structural design for single family residences and condominiums in coastal wind and flood zones, foundation design for large industrial structures, and the design of marine structures including docks, bulkheads, and retaining walls.  George works out of the Warren main office near Columbia, SC.

With the addition of George, Warren broadens its pool of talent in the engineering and consulting fields:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Structural Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Collision Reconstruction
  • Safety Consulting

See George’s biography for more career specifics, knowledge, and the expertise he adds to our consultant roster.

Please feel free to call us any time to discuss George’s qualifications or any other matter in which we may help you.  Warren appreciates your business and we look forward to serving you in the near future.

George Sanford, PE, holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. George has more than 20 years of applied structural engineering experience specializing in residential, commercial, and industrial structures and foundations. Throughout his career, George has designed and analyzed structures, supervised engineers, and prepared construction documents (drawings and specifications).  He has an in-depth knowledge of many building codes, standards, rules, and regulations including the agencies that govern and provide guidance to building designers such as the International Code Council (ICC) American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCI), Steel Joist Institute (SJI) and the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI).

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