Jesse A. Wallace, P.E.


Master of Science in Civil Engineering, 1995
University of Illinois
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 1994
University of Illinois

Professional Engineer – Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, NCEES Council Record

Mr. Wallace has 20+ years experience in the design of many types of structures from preliminary design through the construction phase. His experience includes the design of low, mid and high rise buildings utilizing structural steel, concrete, post-tensioned concrete, masonry, light gage metal, timber, engineered wood products and aluminum.

He has designed the structure of buildings for commercial, industrial, recreational and residential use. Included in these projects are office buildings, hotels, parking garages, shopping centers, post offices, fire stations, hospitals, churches, banks, warehouses, apartments, condominiums and individual residences.

Mr. Wallace has extensive experience in structural analysis of both new buildings and renovation and expansion of existing buildings. Renovation experience has involved both expansions to existing buildings and retrofit of structural systems to accommodate additional loads

During his career, Mr. Wallace has been involved in the design of structures throughout the eastern United States and Caribbean. This experience has allowed him to observe, study analyze and design a wide variety of structural systems exposed to many different load combinations.

Formerly, Mr. Wallace held the position of adjunct professor at Southern Polytechnic State University School of Architecture, Civil Engineering Technology and Construction where he taught classes on the topics of basic structural analysis, wood and steel design and concrete and lateral loads. This opportunity allowed Mr. Wallace to keep abreast of new trends in his field and introduce students to the field of structural engineering. Currently, Mr. Wallace leads a series of study sessions on various structural engineering topics designed to prepare Architecture interns for the AIA structures exam required for them to become registered Architects.


  • Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute
  • American Institute of Steel Construction
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Florida Engineering Society
  • National Society of Professional Engineers
  • Portland Cement Association
  • Structural Engineers Association