Daniel J. Packard, d.b.a. Packard Engineering, has provided Structural Engineering as a consultant since 1980 and is licensed as a Professional Engineer in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, Ohio, Arizona and Colorado. Services include analysis; design; feasibility study; peer design review; report writing; AutoCAD; specification review/writing and construction review for framing and foundation systems.
Structure project work includes new construction; renovations; additions and repairs/lifts.
Typical materials used include structural steel (including steel brackets/piers/piles/tie-backs/soil-nails); structural aluminum; reinforced concrete; reinforced masonry; and wood lumber/timber.
Past vertical structures/buildings were for offices, recreation, education, medical, hotel/motel, parking, industrial/manufacturing, religious services, treatment plants and multi-plex/custom residential.
Previous horizontal structures have been for water/wastewater treatment plants, solar panels, poles/towers, bridges, culverts, retaining walls, tanks/basins, municipal pools and aquatic facilities.