A Tradition of Excellence
Ehlert Bryan Consulting Structural Engineers was founded in 1981. During the ensuing years, the firm has maintained a high level of professional achievement and provided a wide variety of services in the specialized field of Structural Engineering to Building Owners, Architects, Federal Agencies, Local Governments and Contractors.
Ehlert Bryan’s headquarters is located in McLean, Virginia and has completed projects in over thirty states and twenty countries. It is a diverse firm with a broad experience in project design and project management. The basis of our engineering practice and the reasons we continue to attract repeat clients are client responsiveness, practical solutions, and technical excellence.
In 2015, Ehlert Bryan DC (EBDC) was proudly launched as a wholly owned subsidiary of Ehlert Bryan. With its office location in the heart of Washington, DC’s Golden Triangle business district, EBDC was established to better serve our downtown Washington, DC clients and projects. EBDC is working toward receiving its District of Columbia Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) designation. EBDC is a welcomed addition to the Ehlert Bryan Team, and we are excited to foster its growth in the downtown market.
Ehlert Bryan takes a great deal of pride in both the product it delivers and the relationships it forms with its clients. The firm’s success is due in large part to its exceedingly strong work ethic, combined with an exceptionally talented and qualified staff. Everyone at Ehlert Bryan is committed to the timely, reliable and successful completion of each and every project.
To help facilitate and maintain a high level of production and quality of product, Ehlert Bryan stays abreast of current engineering programs, codes and building products. All documents are prepared using Revit or AutoCAD and the office is fully automated. We maintain professional registrations in 37 states and Puerto Rico and have professional affiliations with the AISC, ACI, ASCE, CASE, NCSEA and the American Consulting Engineers Council.