Dylan Freytag, P.E.
As a structural engineer, Dylan combines technical command with strong communication abilities and a diverse project portfolio. Dylan recognizes that successful projects do not result from technical prowess, alone-rather, a combination of engineering knowledge, open communication and collaboration, and a desire to understand clients' needs and expectations, such as for practical and constructible repair solutions or thorough insight for nuanced construction litigation cases.
Prior to Pivot, Dylan performed structural designs on many of the sports stadiums, hospitals, and hospitality facilities you use today. Dylan later entered the structural forensics/repair world, where he refined his skill as a relentless investigator and practical repair designer. Dylan's past projects span from Hawaii to the East Coast and from Seattle to Honduras. Dylan's tireless efforts have earned the respect of both peers and clients.
Dylan received a B.S. in Architectural Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin and an M.S. in Structural Engineering from the University of Washington. He is currently the Chair of the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Committee 435 Deflections of Concrete Structures, ACI Subcommittee 318-C Safety, Serviceability, and Analysis, and holds a Board-level position on ACI Committee 65 Membership. Dylan served in the inaugural class of Longhorn Engineering Advisory Delegation (L.E.A.D.), an alumni advisory group to The University of Texas Cockrell School of Engineering.
When Dylan isn't out solving problems, you can find him spending time with his wife and sons, flyfishing, playing guitar, or working on (another) home improvement project.