Michael T. Daily, P.E., CC
Structural Engineer (Published, Award Winning)
The nature of structural design requires not just one solution but potentially several options and over the years I strive to offer clients several options for their end project. Having an open mind to the wildest of ideas within the confines of design codes produces unique and constructable products and projects. This not only benefits the client, but also the general contractor and the end-user.
I am a graduate from Oregon Institute of Technology with a BSCET degree in Structural Engineering Technology. I am also a Registered Professional Engineer in the state of Washington and Competent Communicator with Toastmasters International. I have over 25 years experience in this field designing commercial, industrial, retail, educational, fire stations and medical facilities. They included a wide range from seismic evaluations and upgrades to new construction and remodels. Currently employed at Lewis and Van Vleet, Inc. in Tualatin, OR.
I belong to the Oregon chapter of American Concrete Institute (OACI), American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP), and a current member of the Structural Engineers Association of Oregon (SEAO). I am also currently active with the Architects in School (AiS) program and recently became a board member of the Oregon Tech Alumni Association and joined Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue (TVF&R) as an Auxiliary Volunteer for their antique vehicles.
I enjoy photography, especially nature, portraits and buildings and currently engage in photography for various auxiliary events with TVF&R. I have taken my hobby and created a separate page to display my work, as a means to offer up my services. For contact information go to http://mhicheilphotography.wordpress.com.