Leadership

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Buehler & Buehler's years of experience and excellent work have created a renowned reputation of integrity. This integrity has not only engendered tremendous client respect and loyalty resulting in an abundance of repeat work, but it is this integrity that has continuously recommended us to new clients. That is why our employees are so important to us. An excellent reputation can only be achieved and maintained with excellent employees - people who are willing to work hard, are open to learning new things, and aspire to excellence in all they do. At B&B, we appreciate our employees and care about their professional development. With that in mind, we place every new employee into one of our design groups, each one headed by a Principal and including seasoned engineers who are committed to helping that person succeed.


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David A. Hutchinson, S.E.
Chief Executive Officer
Education:
  • B.S. Civil Engineering, University of California, Davis
Licenses:
  • Registered Structural Engineer, California
  • Registered Civil Engineer, California
  • Also registered in Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico
Years of Experience:
37 years with the firm and in the industry

Dave Hutchinson, the Chief Executive Officer of Buehler & Buehler Structural Engineers, Inc., has been with the firm for 37 years. Under his leadership, the firm has grown to be one of the largest structural engineering firms based in Northern California. He employs his aptitude for all facets of structural engineering to arrive at the optimal solutions for our clients' design demands while balancing successful business operations for the company. His expertise in structural engineering surpasses structural design; he co-authored the SEAOC "Seismic Design Manual" and has been a technical peer reviewer for the California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers. He is often called into service as an expert witness for various clients and has been a part-time faculty member at CSU Sacramento. In addition, Dave enjoys mentoring high school students as part of the ACE Mentor Program of Sacramento. Among his numerous affiliations are SEAOC, ASCE, AISC, ACI, and the Post-Tensioning Institute. He is currently a Board member of the Applied Technology Council, a non-profit organization promoting research advances in structural engineering techniques. In addition, he was a speaker at the 2008 Zweig White Structural Engineers Building Conference on the topic of "Evolving Trends in Structural Engineering."