Walter F. Zehner, III, P.E.
Office: Purcellville, VA
Walter Zehner has over forty years comprehensive civil and structural engineering experience that includes structural analysis and design of roads, bridges, concrete structures, foundations and post-tensioned concrete.
As an adjunct Professor, Walter has taught Structural Analysis and Design, and Reinforced Concrete Design in both the Tulane School of Architecture and the Southern University School of Architecture.
Walter has served as Expert Witness and Consulting Witness in many cases and has been qualified and accepted in both state and federal court as an expert in structural engineering matters.
United States Air Force Academy
- Civil Engineering Major
- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
- Graduate School
- Licensed Professional Engineer - Louisiana
|Areas of Expertise
- Building Codes and Compliance
- Construction Defects
- Engineering - Civil
- Engineering - Structural
- Institutional Projects
- Residential Projects
- Sports Facilities
2010 to Present: Private practice of structural and foundation engineering.
2008 to 2014: Southern University School of Architecture, Adjunct Professor teaching Structural Analysis and Design, and Reinforced Concrete Design
2001 to 2005: Tulane School of Architecture, Adjunct Professor teaching Structural Analysis and Design.
1978 to 1983 & 2004 - 2005: Tulane School of Engineering, Adjunct Professor in Civil Engineering Department, courses taught include Statics, Elementary Structures, Strength of Materials, and Reinforced Concrete Design.
1994 to 2003: Zehner & Bouchon Consulting Engineers, Inc., president of successor firm to Walter F. Zehner, III, Inc., with same responsibilities and expertise as previous firm.
1981 to 1994: Walter F. Zehner, III, Inc., president of firm with complete responsibility for the execution of engineering projects including structural design, roadway design, structural investigations and reports.
1971 to 1981: Neill Jeffrey and Associates, structural engineer with complete responsibility for the design, coordination and supervision of the structural aspect of architectural projects, investigation of structural problems, report writing, and street design; became partner in November, 1980, and firm name changed to Jeffrey, Thomas, Zehner, Inc.
1970 to 1971: Modjeski & Masters, intern structural engiineer responsible for the design and inspection of bridges and highway structures
1967 to 1970: Pepper and Associates, part-time draftsman and layout engineer for roads and highways.
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Concrete Institute