TODD CHARITON, P.E.

SENIOR ASSOCIATE ENGINEER

Todd has broad knowledge in the design of steel, timber, concrete, and masonry structures, including new structural design as well as assessment and strengthening of existing structures. He is recognized by his peers for his attention to detail, ability to develop practical solutions to complex problems, and engineering expertise. Some of his notable projects include the Florida Southern College Roberts Academy classroom addition, Little Caesar’s headquarters, and Riverview Health Hospital. Todd appreciates the unique challenges associated with renovation, rehabilitation, and adaptive reuse of historic structures.

Education

B.S., Civil Engineering, Purdue University, 2001

Professional Engineering Registration

Indiana

Organization Involvement

American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), Professional Member

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Professional Member

Publications

Chariton, T., and Weiss, W. J., “Using Acoustic Emission to Monitor Damage Development in Mortars Restrained from Volumetric Changes,” Concrete: Material Science to Application, A Tribute to Surendra P. Shah, ed. P. Balaguru, A. Namaan, W. Weiss, ACI SP-206, pp. 205-218