Doug Robinson

Doug Robinson, PE


Doug combines engineering and architecture to design buildings of beauty. Currently serving as the Structural Managing Director for the firm's Atlanta office, he has worked on every project type including those exposed to both seismic and hurricane-level forces. The majority of his work now focuses on managing the overall design process on healthcare, education, science and technology, public assembly, hospitality, and office building projects.

Doug is a past executive board member for the American Council of Engineering Companies Georgia Chapter and is a licensed professional engineer in Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, and North Carolina.


B.S., Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
B.S., Physics, State University of New York at Oneonta
M.S., Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology 

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If you had to choose a different career, what would it be?
A physics/engineering professor. In high school, I was assigned a guidance center meeting room during last period of class, and in college I had a regular location in the library both where I helped fellow students.
Why did you choose Walter P Moore?
The leadership and WPM Team had a similar set of values: providing the best possible service to the client, staying true to our code of ethics, providing a mentoring and learning environment for future industry leaders.
What is something most people don't know about you?
I built a log cabin at 14 from scratch pulling logs to the site with a draft pony. My parents sold the land so a neighbor reassembled on his property as a tool she. You can still see it on Google Earth.


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BIM: Is it Building Information Model or Building Information MANAGEMENT, The Georgia Engineer, August/September 2006

Innovation Takes Shape in the Caribbean, Structural Engineer, April 2007

Engineering the Structure to serve Theater Functions, Theater Design & Technology, Vol. 45 No. 4, Fall 09