OVERVIEW

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GNCB is recognized by the AEC industry for our ingenuity and versatility as structural engineers. In our 50 years of practice, we have expanded our services to include historic preservation and geotechnical engineering while maintaining the same high-quality structural engineering expertise upon which the firm was established. Strategically located between the New York City and Boston Metropolitan areas, GNCB services Clients and projects throughout the country in a variety of sectors.
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Design Philosophy

The most successful construction projects, regardless of size, are the product of teamwork and innovation. GNCB believes in using our technical expertise to develop creative and cost-effect solutions to our Clients’ challenges. We emphasize coordination between all members of the Design Team and pride ourselves in delivering clear, well-coordinated documents in addition to responding promptly and efficiently at all stages of design and construction.
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Technical Expertise

Our technical staff is proficient in the investigation, design, and analysis of both modern and antiquated structural systems. We use 2D and 3D analytical software to streamline and customize the design process to our Clients’ needs. Our construction drawings are produced using Autodesk Revit, a 3D drafting and building-information-modeling (BIM) program shown to successfully reduce construction costs on projects of all sizes.
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History

GNCB was founded in 1965 and traces its roots to the Old Saybrook branch of a Denver, Colorado firm established by Milo S. Ketchum. Mr. Ketchum was an internationally-known pioneer of thin shell concrete structures in the United States, a brilliant structural engineer, and an educator. GNCB was also instrumental in developing the Special Inspection (SI) Program in Connecticut which became the model for the current International Building Code.
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