Raths, Raths & Johnson, Inc. (RRJ), a national engineering, architecture, and forensics consulting firm in Willowbrook says George R. Mulholland has been promoted to senior consulting engineer. Mullholand, a structural engineer with 28 years of experience, is an expert forensic engineer specializing in the evaluation, investigation, and repair of distressed facades, buildings, and structures, the company says. He will be responsible for project management and client development across RRJ’s range of expert consulting services.
Throughout his 28-year career at RRJ, Muholland has concentrated in concrete and building facade investigation, assessment of structures and structural components, repair design, and construction quality assurance. His portfolio has encompassed cast-in-place, precast, and post- tensioned concrete, masonry, steel, and timber structures with a specialization in parking garages.
RRJ says he has served as project manager “on numerous investigation projects utilizing the latest techniques and testing approaches, ranging from exterior facade and masonry wall evaluations to concrete deterioration, steel corrosion, and other structural performance-related problems and collapses.”
He serves as the chairman of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Standards Committee on Structural Condition Assessment and a member of the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) Building Code Committee.