Adam L. Sisk, PE, SE

Structural Engineer

Education

Bachelor of Science, Structural Engineering, Structural Emphasis; NC State University (Raleigh, NC), 2009
Masters in Civil Engineering, Structural Emphasis; NC State University (Raleigh, NC), 2010

Registration: Structural Engineer

North Carolina #041563, South Carolina #32192, Tennessee #118027

Professional Affiliations

American Concrete Institute
American Institute of Steel Construction
American Society of Civil Engineers
SEA of NC, Wilmington Chapter

Employment

2010-Present Woods Engineering, PA
Wilmington, NC
Engineering Intern/Structural Engineer

Areas of Expertise

Conventional Reinforced Concrete; Etabs 3-D Modeling; Risa 3-D Modeling; Composite Steel; Wood Structures; Seismic & Wind Analysis

Adam L. Sisk has been designing structures for Woods Engineering since he graduated from NC State University in 2010. He has been involved in all phases of the design and construciton process giving him a broad background and working knowledge of all material types.

Project Experience

Live Oak Bank Corporate Office Building, Wilmington, NC
30,000 sf. 2-story office building with light-gauge bearing walls, glulam beams, concrete floor and metal deck on wood joists and a wood framed roof with exposed king post trusses

Live Oak Bank Corporate Office Building 2, Wilmington, NC
55,000 sf. 3-story office building utilizing a steel superstructure w/ composite steel & concrete floors at level 2 & 3 and a steel bar joist and metal deck roof.

NHRMC – Outpatient Cardiology Center, Wilmington, NC
62,300 sf. 3-story medical facility utilizing a steel superstructure w/ composite steel & concrete floors at level 2 & 3 and a steel bar joist and metal deck roof.

101 N. Third Street, Wilmington, NC
72,000 sf. 5-story office building utilizing a steel superstructure w/ composite steel & concrete floors at level 2-5 and a steel bar joist and metal deck roof.

Carolina Bay – Main Campus @ Autumn Hall, Wilmington, NC
400,000 sf. 3-story senior housing facility with mixed construction consisting of wood framing, concrete podiums and hollow-core planks bearing on steel.