“Our growth has been possible through satisfied clients - and client service begins with our commitment to our staff.
We understand that we have been successful in the past and will continue to be in the future, not because of the efforts or reputation of one individual, but because of a team of highly skilled and motivated employees.” Mr. Charland has provided Structural Engineering design leadership for more than fifty-five (55) years on thousands of complex residential, commercial and institutional projects. His project leadership spans across the public and private sectors within the residential, commercial and intuitional markets, encompassing government facilities, healthcare entities, school systems, libraries, firehouses, emergency operations centers, aviation structures, heavy marine facilities, roads, bridges, industrial plants, parking structures and commercial building restoration. Mr. Charland’s dedication to the public sector covers more than three decades; during his tenure, he served two terms as a member of the Florida Board of Professional Engineers, initially appointed by Governor Jeb Bush and later by Governor Charlie Crist; his service also includes the Broward County Central Examining Board for Engineering Construction, the Structural Committee of the Broward County Board of Rules and Appeals and the Florida Department of Community Affairs, Hurricane Andrew Damage Assessment Team.
Executive Vice President
Mr. O’Connor is responsible for the division’s long-range planning, fiscal oversight and project management of the Restoration Team.
Mr. O’Connor is an experienced Consultant in forensic failure investigations and construction material sciences and has more than 40 years’ experience in the construction products and restoration industries. His in depth technical knowledge encompasses the restoration of commercial, industrial and institutional facilities. In addition, he possesses special expertise in the restoration of historic residential buildings and the historic restoration of many brick and masonry structures dating back to pre-civil war construction. Mr. O’Connor has been the key note speaker and seminar instructor for technical training programs related to waterproofing and corrosion control as well as the building envelope industry. He has been the instructor and author for multiple Continuing Education classes and has authored dozens of articles for restoration and protective coatings as well as the concrete restoration industries. Mr. O’Connor has managed projects in over 40 countries throughout his career. Mr. O’Connor holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Northern Illinois University, and is a licensed Continuing Education provider in the State of Florida. He is actively involved with the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) and a former member of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), as well as the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Steel Structures Painting Council (SSPC), The American Marketing Association (AMA) and has served as a member of the Exterior Insulations Manufacturers Association (EIMA) Board of Directors.
Senior Project Manager
Mr. Pourji has a decade of managerial experience in the south Florida construction industry with an in-depth focus on Construction Management.
His diverse knowledge spans across multi-story structures in the restoration and new construction markets for both the private and public sectors. Mr. Pourji is an expert in the areas of project management, project coordination, project supervision, permitting, estimating, submittal package preparation, special inspections and construction law. Mr. Pourji holds a Master of Science in Construction Management from Florida International University and is a licensed General Contractor. Mr. Pourji also has an in-depth background in marble, granite and concrete material manufacturing and applications.
Noel Zamora, P.E.,
Mr. Zamora has nearly two decades of practice in structural analysis, design and renovation of commercial and educational buildings.
His of Project Management capabilities extend across design team management, planning, development of project specifications, construction documentation oversight and administration, for both public and private entity projects in south Florida. He holds a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Florida. His in-depth design knowledge includes concrete, masonry, steel, aluminum, cold formed steel and wood structures. Some of his notable design projects have included Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort, Nova Southeastern University- Center for Collaborative Research, Florida International University, Trump Hollywood, Marriott Harbor Beach Resort, Allure Condominium, Pembroke Pines Civic Center and the Brighton Tribal Complex for the Seminole Tribe of Florida.