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Rivermoor Engineering, LLC.  
Structural Engineers
146 Front Street, Suite 211    Scituate MA 02066
 
T. 781.545.2848   F. 781.544.7729         • email    • directions

Rivermoor’s initial focus was on the design of industrial facilities with an emphasis on structural engineering and program management. While our specialty continues to be structures, the projects have diversified.  Projects currently under design and construction include a combination of commercial/industrial facilities from churches top rocessing plants, as-well-as custom residential homes.

All of our engineers are not only designers but have run projects in the field.  We bring years of practical construction experience to a project team. 

SERVICES

Structural Engineering
Concrete
Masonry
Steel
Wood
Engineered lumber
Seismic retrofit

Industrial Facilities

Rivermoor Engineering’s staff has over 25 years of Industrial /Facilities design experience specializing in food processing and distribution facilities.  We have handled projects for conceptual design through construction and occupancy.

Commercial Facilities
Rivermoor Engineeing has designed facilities for a variety of uses including; manufacturing, office, retail, hospitality and liturgical.

Institutional

Rivermoor Engineering has been involved in a variety of structural engineering assignments for: Bentley College, Harvard University and MIT.

Residential
With residential homes becoming larger and more complex, especially along coastal New England, Rivermoor is well positioned to deal withthe requirements and challenges of the new residential code (7th edition) that went into effect January 2008.  We can provide engineered drawings and specifications or based upon the architect’s plans, a “Structural Elements Package” that includes calculations, sketches anddetails of the structural “elements” not specifically defined/prescribed in the Code.       


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ST. Mary's Church, Norton, MA

Rivermoor Engineering provided the structural design for St. Mary’s new church.  The framing system was a combination of exposed heavy timber and structural steel.

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