John B. Peterson, M.S., P.E.
John B. Peterson, M.S., P.E. has investigated numerous structures for damage induced by seismic activity, fires and explosions, hail, wind, tornados and snow events, building envelope failures and moisture intrusion, poor site drainage and soil movement as well as failures caused by design errors and construction defects. Mr. Peterson has investigated damage to numerous structural and architectural components as a result of wildfires and structure fires including precast concrete, structural steel framing, foundation evaluation, wood framing, masonry, roofs, siding, stucco and windows.
Mr. Peterson has been the structural engineer on numerous projects of varying sizes and budgets in the fields of commercial, education, retail, custom residential and hospitals, among others. He has been part of design teams as both a project engineer and a project manager and also conducted construction administration on the majority of his design projects. Mr. Peterson is proficient in the design and understanding of nearly all forms of structural materials including steel, concrete (both precast and mild reinforcement), masonry and timber.
Mr. Peterson received his Masters in Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University in 2001.