Robert Weilacher, PE, SE
Georgia Institute of Technology, MSCE Civil Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology, BSCE Civil Engineering
Rob first started his career in 1989, while still attending Georgia Tech. Rob’s experience includes aircraft hangars, hotels, office buildings, hospitals, science & technology, and multifamily projects. He has worked with several Georgia healthcare systems and with the Georgia Board of Regents. Some of his favorite projects include the Georgia Tech Engineered Biosystems Building, 725 Ponce, and the Marriott Marquis Renovation and Expansion.
He is a Past President of the Structural Engineers Association of Georgia, Vice President of the Georgia Chapter of the American Concrete Institute, and has been involved with many other professional organizations. Rob sits on the Industry Advisory Board for the School of Civil Engineering at Kennesaw State University, and he has given lectures there and at Georgia Tech.
Rob enjoys cooking, gardening, reading history of all sorts, and traveling to historically significant places occasionally.
Georgia Tech - Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB)
Award of Excellence, Public-Works/Educational Category, 2015 - American Concrete Institute (ACI), Georgia Chapter
2nd Place National Award, Mid-Rise Category, 2020 - American Concrete Institute (ACI)