Ft. Benning Martin Army Community Hospital Visitors and Staff Parking Structure Columbus, Georgia
Ft. Benning Martin Army Community Hospital Visitors and Staff Parking Structure - Columbus, Georgia
PRECAST CONCRETE ENGINEERING

The Precast Concrete Engineering Group of TRC has been providing engineering design and drafting services to the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Industry since 1979.

The Group is renowned for its expertise in all types of structures including parking garages, industrial facilities, sports stadiums, correctional facilities, multi-unit housing, hotels, schools and office buildings.

A few examples of the high profile projects the Group has been involved with are: Princeton University Football Stadium, Washington Redskins Stadium, the Atlanta Airport parking garage expansion, Delaware County Correctional Facility, and modular correctional facilities throughout the United States and Virgin Islands.

 

TODD G. McCOY, P.E. – Chief Operating Officer

toddMr. McCoy joined the Precast Concrete Engineering Group (formerly H. Wilden and Associates-HWA) in 1987 after being employed for three years as a Project Engineer for an Iowa precast manufacturer. He was named Vice President of HWA in 1997, and became President and CEO of the Precast Concrete Engineering Group of TRC Worldwide Engineering in 2004. In 2007 he was elevated as Chief Operating Officer of TRC Worldwide Engineering.Mr. McCoy is responsible for projects utilizing precast / prestressed concrete which include parking structures, stadiums, prisons, architectural cladding and industrial buildings.

He supervises the work of engineers, project coordinators and drafters in preparation of design calculations, erection drawings and fabrication drawings; checks the work of engineers and drafters for compliance with building codes and client standards; establishes quality control procedures; prepares calculations for wind and seismic lateral load resisting systems, connections and structural member designs; coordinates projects with other team members such as engineers, architects, general contractors and subcontractors; prepares project cost estimates and schedules; trains engineers; evaluates engineering and drafting computer software; conducts technical seminars; assists in the development of industry standards as a member of several committees within the Precast / Prestressed Concrete Institute.

Education
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering - Iowa State University, 1984

Member
Tau Beta Pi – National Engineering Honor Society
Chi Epsilon – Civil Engineering, Honorary Fraternity
Pi Mu Epsilon – National Honorary Mathematics Fraternity
Phi Kappa Phi – National Honor Society

Registration
Professional Engineer: AL, AZ, AR, CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, IA, KY, MD, MI, MO, NV, NY, NC, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, VT, VA, WA, WV, WY

Affiliations

  • American Concrete Institute: National & Delaware Valley Chapter
  • National Society of Professional Engineers
  • Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers:Lehigh Valley Chapter- Nominating Committee Chair (1998); Alternate State Director (1997-1999); Chapter Development Chairperson(1996-1997); President (1995-1996); Vice President (1993-1994); MATHCOUNTS Coordinator (1992-1994); Director (1990-1993)
  • Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute: Board of Directors (2002-Present); Technical Activities Committee (1998-Present); Connection Committee(1994-Present); Sandwich Panel Committee (1989-1991)
  • Message
    We sincerely express our thanks and appreciation to our loyal partners, who continue to provide our staff with challenging projects. We look forward to many more successful projects with our current partners as well as for developing long-term relationships with new customers.

    Contact Details:
    Email: tmccoy@trcww.com
    PH: (610) 871-3935

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