Dwight Drew, SE, CE
Dwight holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture Engineering from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo and has been with the firm since 1991. Prior to joining Brooks Ransom, Dwight had 14 years of experience with other firms.
Dwight's career portfolio includes a large variety of projects and building systems. A sampling of his areas of technical expertise includes steel rigid frame design, steel braced frames, steel eccentric braced frames, cast-in-place concrete, and tilt-up concrete design. Dwight has extensive experience with OSHPD and DSA, along with a thorough working knowledge of California Building Codes. He effectively manages the OSHPD and DSA construction processes, including revisions, approvals, and interaction with field inspectors.
Dwight's current primary focus is on medical construction. Recent projects include new medical facilities, remodels and expansions of existing facilities, and the critical analysis of existing facilities for medical equipment change-outs and emergency power equipment.