Robby Gottselig Achieves Structural Engineering Licensure
Robby Gotteselig successfully passed the Vertical Forces and Lateral Forces components of the S.E. exams. The California Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Geologists has granted Robby his Structural Engineer (S.E.) license.
Robby, a graduate of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo’s Architectural Engineering program, is a now a professionally licensed Structural Engineer.
Over the past five years at TETER, Robby has played a significant role on large-scale projects in all market sectors. Some of the most notable projects include: Chevron’s Kern River Data Center, Modern Custom Fabrication’s new plant, and Madera Center for Agriculture and Technology.
“Robby has an enthusiastic spirit to complete structural design projects, and it’s that drive that allows the team to meet the timeline pressures of commercial and industrial projects. Achieving his Structural Engineer’s License solidifies Robby’s passion for engineering and creating solutions to meet the unique and specialized needs of clients.”
– Byron Dietrich, SE / Senior Partner and Structural Engineer