George R. Stevenson Jr., P.E., SECB

George R. Stevenson, Jr., P.E., SECB


George is a founding Principal at Structural Concepts, Inc. He acts as project principal, project manager, and structural engineer on many of the firm’s projects and shares in the responsibility for management of the firm. He has been working as a structural engineer since 1982 and worked in the construction industry for seven years prior to that, primarily in masonry, carpentry and concrete.

George has extensive experience designing structural systems for buildings, bridges, mining projects, water storage, and wastewater treatment facilities. He is also skilled in the design of foundation underpinning systems and designing structural repairs for historical buildings. He has performed countless structural investigations and acted as an expert witness on occasion when necessary. He has experience with numerous design-build projects and takes a constructability approach to design in order to achieve good project economy.


  • B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Arizona, 1982
  • FEMA/ATC 20-1 Training: Post-Earthquake Safety Evaluation of Buildings
  • FEMA/ATC 45 Training: Safety Evaluation of Buildings after Windstorms & Floods


  • Registered Structural Engineer, Arizona 21839
  • Registered Structural Engineer, Oregon 83308PE
  • Registered Civil Engineer, California CO41141
  • Registered Engineer, New Mexico 13216
  • Structural Engineering Certification Board #2040-1106


  • Structural Engineers Association of Arizona (Past President)
  • American Institute of Steel Construction (Member)
  • American Concrete Institute (Member)
  • Light Gage Steel Engineers Association (Member)
  • International Code Council (Member)