Structural Consulting Engineers, Kennewick

Pillar Consulting Group offers comprehensive structural engineering to clients in Kennewick, Washington.

Pillar Consulting Group works with owners, architects, contractors, plant managers and facilities engineers to provide engineered design of buildings and structures to accomplish project goals.  Because of our varied background in civil design, structural design, mechanical design and facilities design, we are able to quickly understand user needs and project constraints and find the most effective and efficient design solutions.

Our office is able to use our inhouse tools from robotic total stations to ultrasonic thickness gauges to collect data on existing conditions.  We then use 3D modelling and drafting tools such as Revit, AutoCAD and Navis Works to model existing and new conditions to help end users visualize their final built environment.

Our goal is to understand the client’s priorities for cost, schedule and function and then have those priorities reflected in our designs.

Our team is located in Corvallis, Oregon and Condon, Oregon.
Certified engineering consultants
Serving a variety of industries
Proven track record of client success

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(541) 993-2840

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Recent Projects

Equipment Foundations

Heavy equipment often requires designed foundations in order to prevent settlement issues, overturning and excessive vibrations.  Our office has designed foundations for buildings and equipment using multiple techniques including spread footings, mat slabs, drilled piers, driven piles, rock anchors and helical piers.

Industrial Bridge

Our office has designed a number of bridges carrying vehicles, pipes and pedestrians from point A to point B.  This 81’ bridge was designed to allow for offsite fabrication and easy installation.

Industrial Conveyor

Our office did an extensive survey of the existing building, existing equipment and other existing infrastructure such as piping, conduit and ducting.  We then coordinated the team which consisted of the owner, robot designer, conveyor designer, electrical engineer and HVAC engineer to come up with a layout that worked for all parties.  After finding a layout, we went to work on structural engineering using moment frames in an open frame structure to support the moving conveyor loads.

WasteQuip Crane Retrofit

In order to allow for new loads imposed by cranes, the existing pre-engineered metal building needed to be analyzed and retrofitted.  Our office worked with the plant to come up with options that were economical and that worked with their internal work flow.

Metals Casting Facility

Pillar Consulting Group was the Engineer-of-Record for the expansion of an investment casting facility.  Structural engineering on the PEMB portion of the job included foundations and anchorage, but the total structural engineering job extended to many ancillary buildings, structures, bridges and equipment foundations.