Quality assurance is essential to optimal project performance and we use weekly status reports and project performance appraisal tools, where applicable, to monitor, control and continuously improve our service.

Whether building a home, expanding a business or planning an industrial center we look forward to reviewing your projects. Thomas L. Zeigler, P.E. is registered in the follow states:

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • Delaware
  • Maryland

Through a wide range of continuing education and professional associations, Thomas L. Zeigler, P.E. has grown to be the award-winning firm recognized for quality, integrity and reliability.

  • Temple University - B.S. Civil and Construction Engineering Technology
  • Pennsylvania State University - A.S. Drafting and Design Technology
  • St. Gobain International Management Seminar: Louisville, KY and Bordeaux, France
  • Statistical Process Control - Deming Concepts
  • Kepner Tregoe - Potential Problem Analysis, Problem Analysis, and Decision Analysis

Quality assurance is a hallmark of our service and is essential to optimal project performance. Our clients appreciate our use of weekly status reports and project performance appraisal tools where applicable, to monitor, control and continuously communicate the status and progression of their project.

We also enjoy historic restorations and evaluations. Currently we are working with a cooperative to restore the historic Phoenix Ferris Wheel, please visit our Case Studies for more information.

Client samples include:

  • Precision Medical Products Headquarters
  • Fairthorne Senior Housing Complex
  • NorthStar VETS
  • Southampton Fire Company
  • Saint Daniels Church
  • Lukens Steel
  • Certainteed
  • Valley Forge Convention Center

Ten Reasons You Need a Structural Engineer

  1. Do you have cracks in your walls, ceilings or foundations that are growing?
  2. Are you selling a property and have concerns about the structural integrity?
  3. Do you have rotten, cracked or insect damaged framing in your roof or floors?
  4. Are you moving heavy equipment to an upper floor?
  5. Are you adding ceramic tile to a large floor area?
  6. Are your floors or other portions of your home or business settling?
  7. Do you want to remove a wall or column for expanded space?
  8. Has your home or business sustained damage from fire, flood, or vehicle accident?
  9. Would you like to build a deck, porch, sun room or other addition?
  10. Do you have plans to construct a new home or business facility?

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