Steven Bentz, P.E., R.B.E.C. Joins BECS

Steve Bentz P.E. R.B.E.C

Baltimore, MD, October 19, 2017Building Envelope Consultants and Scientists, LLC (BECS) is happy to announce the recent hire of Steven Bentz, P.E., R.B.E.C to the BECS team as Vice President and Branch Manager of our Virginia office. As the Branch Manager of the Fairfax office of BECS, Steve will provide building enclosure consulting and structural engineering services to BECS clients in the Mid-Atlantic region; bringing over 17 years of experience in building enclosure consulting including roofing, waterproofing, curtainwall, historic masonry, and structural consulting.

Steve is a Professional Engineer in five states (VA, MD, PA, CT, and NY) and the District of Columbia and a member of RCI and ASTM and an active participant in the SWR Institute. Steve holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University.

Steve has significant experience in building enclosure and repair/restoration design including roofing and waterproofing, historic facades and roofs, curtainwall systems, below-grade waterproofing, plaza systems, Local Law 11/FISP (NYC) façade inspections, weld inspections, structural repair designs, parking garage repairs, masonry repairs, stone repairs, and a host of other building enclosure systems. Additionally, Steve has experience in rope-access/difficult access assessments of building facades and stadiums, as well as the design of building fall protection and building access /maintenance systems.

“I am excited to add to BECS’ mission of providing engineered solutions to our clients. I intend to ensure that every project is completed to the highest of quality and that our clients become involved in the process as a trusted partner.”

Release courtesy Building Envelope Consultants and Scientists, LLC (BECS)

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