Railroad Development Services
The ‘Iron Horse’ has long crossed the nation from coast-to-coast for a variety of transportation purposes. Today, the railroad industry provides for the ever growing need for the transportation and delivery of commercial goods and services, as well as passenger commutes. Railroads are capable of transporting substantial amounts of cargo with significant efficiency.
Process Industries Services
Our expertise in process industry engineering is wide-reaching and includes work on chemical, oil, gas, pulp and paper, steel and metal processing projects. Our goal is to make your processes more efficient, your product quality more consistent and increase productivity.
Civil Engineering is about enhancing the quality of life in our communities. Our teams work hard to exceed expectations in everything we do, from master planning and site design to construction administration and pavement management programs.
Our structural engineers deliver innovative, economical solutions keeping in mind available resources. In addition to the more traditional steel, concrete and wood, we've also engineered the use of more unique materials – including ice – for specialty structures.
Curtain Wall Services
Larson's experience in curtain wall engineering has made us an internationally recognized expert in the field and we're proud to have worked on some of the most renowned buildings in both the U.S. and abroad. Our services include specialized design for seismic and blast-resistant curtain wall structures.
Larson has served the Energy sector for many years, helping our clients navigate government oversight and regulation; tough political and physical environments; generation constraints; transmission bottlenecks; technology changes; and global influences. As your consultant, we'll help you "power-up" to take on these challenges and meet demand in the ever changing marketplace.
Larson's experience in serving agricultural clients spans over 30 years. Large scale storage and transfer facilities including ports, barge loading facilities, country elevators, shuttle loading facilities as well as unique equipment designs such as shop loading gantry's and long span conveyor bridges are all in our portfolio. You can be assured of receiving professional and state of the art designs with Larson Engineering.
The mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection components of a building are key to operational efficiency. Larson's expertise and insights, combined with superior systems design services, ensure your project's success. Our work in this area includes construction management, as well as facility audits and feasibility studies.
Pulp & Paper ServicesLarson Engineering has many years of experience in the design of pulp & paper projects in all areas of the mill. Larson Engineering brings together process design along with mechanical, structural, electrical, and process control to provide a comprehensive package for your project needs. From the engineering feasibility studies through detailed design , construction, and start-up, Larson can make your project a success.
Health & Safety Services
Larson offers a comprehensive line of health and safety services to assist you with regulatory compliance (OSHA and GHS) issues, hazardous materials management (lead and asbestos), indoor air quality concerns and Process Safety Management (PSM). Our highly experienced and diverse group of professionals can address the various aspects of health and safety. Larson’s staff includes chemical, mechanical, electrical and petroleum engineers, and safety professionals, industrial hygienists and environmental specialists with extensive pulp and paper, oil and gas, petrochemical, industrial, commercial and manufacturing experience. This experience provides our clients with a solid understanding of the challenges of integrating health and safety into the day-to-day operations of a facility.
Virtual Design & Construction Services
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a collaborative, technology driven process where a building or component system is designed, coordinated and detailed within a 3 dimensional virtual environment. The BIM process generates a digital, information rich model that can be utilized for a multitude of data based functions. Through the integration of BIM, our engineers can iterate design options and cost implications quickly and accurately while improving constructability and enhancing multi-discipline coordination.
Industry today is challenged by a wide range of regulatory, political, environmental, economic, societal and technological issues. Regulatory compliance is ever-changing and solutions can be either simple or complex. To meet these challenges, Larson offers a variety of environmental and health & safety services to our oil and gas, commercial, manufacturing and industrial clients throughout the United States and Canada. Our staff’s experience centers on evaluating and ensuring compliance with federal, state and local environmental regulations as we partner with our clients to help them meet environmental goals while balancing business needs.
News & Awards
Harvard Art Museum Combine Three Museums into One
The new Harvard Art Museum combined three separate art museums into one and was recently featured in ASCE magazine. You can check out the article here. The (Maryland Heights Office) designed the custom steel facades including the courtyard and the sloped skylight. Click here to learn more.
The Innovation, Science & Technology Building
The Innovation, Science & Technology Building at the newly formed Florida Polytechnic University, is featured in the March 16th edition of ENR magazine. Our White Bear Lake Office designed the pergola that lines the outside of the building and the operable louver arm. You can check out the article here. Click here to learn more.
Oh how resilient America is!
In light of the horrific acts perpetrated on September 11, 2001, we remember, we grieve, we rebuild, and we persevere.
Photographer Benjamin Rosamond compiled a 2 minute time lapse video, spanning 3 years, to capture the construction of the new One World Trade Center. The result is a beautiful portrayal of this striking façade. Larson Engineering's Maryland Heights, MO office was proud to be part of the design team for One World Trade Center as well as Tower 4. You can view the video here
Edith Green-Wendell Wyatt Federal Building
Larson Engineering was responsible for the structural design of the Edith Green-Wendell Wyatt Federal Building's unique façade. This building was recently awarded the best new tall building in America by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. To read full article click here.
Haiti Project is complete!!
Patrick O'Brien in our Maryland Heights office has been working hard on this 1,400 sq. ft. physical therapy clinic in Petion-Ville, Haiti The clinic was built for an organization called the Global Therapy Group www.globaltherapygroup.org. This organization has provided daily physical therapy services to Haitians since the January 2010 earthquake. Patrick is an active member of "Engineers without Borders". With the help of the St. Louis office, Patrick performed the structural design and furnished the structural design drawings for this charitable project. The St. Louis office was proud to donate to this cause.
Exxon Mobil's Expansion Plans
Check out Texas based oil giant Exxon Mobil's plans for its Houston-area expansion. Larson's Scottsdale office is currently working on the Curtain Wall design for the building. [For full article, click here]
One World Trade Center featured on cover of Modern Steel Construction
One World Trade Center was recently featured on the cover of Modern Steel Construction magazine. Check out the February edition and read more about this monumental project for Larson's St. Louis office. [For the full article click here and go to page 26]
The Max Planck Florida Institute Project featured in Metal Architecture
The Max Planck Florida Institute project was recently featured in Metal Architecture magazine. Our Chicago office worked to design the building envelope to withstand extreme weather events. Read more about the project here.
One World Trade Center has made it to Time Magazine!!!
Click on this link to check it out along with a panoramic 360 degree view that you can spin. Read more about this project here.