Structural engineering firm with WBE certification. Industrial, commercial, bridge, residential, condominium, new construction, historic structures, waterfront. Masonry and concrete repairs, including parking garages, facade inspections. Building evaluations, repair designs, construction monitoring, and testimony. We invite you to view our site and feel free to call our office with any questions you may have. Thank you all in advance!
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Structural Engineering Services
- Residential and Condomium Structures
Professional Associations & Certifications
- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- Structural Engineers Association of Maine (SEAM)
- Society of Women Engineers
- Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT)
|Address||455 Litchfield Road|
|Phone Number||(207) 522-9366|
Helen Watts has over 30 years of industrial, bridge, commercial, marine and residential hands-on professional engineering experience. She is licensed as a Professional Engineer in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. Helen Watts Engineering is certified as a WBE (Woman Business Enterprise) in Maine and New Hampshire, and as a SOWMBA in Massachusetts.
Ms. Watts' career includes engineering positions in construction, facilities management, and structural design and evaluation for employers including Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Bath Iron Works Corporation, Cianbro Corporation, and Criterium-Mooney Engineers. She has the OSHA 30-hour Construction Safety and Health card.
Ms. Watts is working in association with B. Sharan Vijay, PE, of Indus Engineering on bridge design and construction projects.
Products & Services
The greenest structures are well-built, of durable materials, and well maintained. Let we help you get the best return on your investment - hands-on, practical, listening, experienced. Call us or visit our website for more information about the services we offer. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Inspections, Repairs, Remodeling - including condominiums, old barns, seawalls, ice dams, construction issues - and ideas for living more "green" without moving.
Do you need answers to any of these questions? Can I take out THIS wall? What does this crack in the concrete mean? Where is the water coming from – and how do I deal with it? Etc. Then e-mail or call Helen Watts Engineering. How your building works is important to how you live and work.