Davy L. Beicker, PE
Vice-President and founder of Beicker Engineering, Inc.

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University

Licensed Professional Engineer in the states of Texas, Ohio, Florida, Virginia and Maryland

National Council of Structural Engineers Associations, NCSEA
Structural Engineers Association of Texas, SEAoT
National Society of Professional Engineers, NSPE
Texas Society of Professional Engineers, TSPE
Bexar Chapter Professional Engineers in Private Practice, PEPP
American Society of Civil Engineers, ASCE
American Concrete Institute, ACI
Western Council of ACI
Western Council of Structural Engineers Associations, WCSEA

Face Companies
Measuring floor Flatness

Texas Society of Professional Engineers
Young Engineer of the Year, 1990
Who's Who Among Rising Young Americans

Floor Flatness to ACI
Metal Stud Framing in Commercial Construction to AIA
Mr. Beicker has over 25 years of experience in structural engineering. Engineering expertise includes commercial office buildings using concrete and structural steel and composite open web joist floor framing. Expertise also includes effectively combining tilt-up concrete walls, masonry and metal building structures. He designed the majority of recent tilt-up warehouse construction in San Antonio and Laredo.

Tilt-up design extends to commercial retail, religious, school and office structures as well. The Tesoro Office Building at US 281 and Sunset Road in San Antonio is a 150,000 sf, three-story office building with load-bearing tilt-up concrete walls and composite open web steel joists floor framing.

Knowledgeable of most types of structural systems, he has been able to design economical religious structures such as Alamo Heights United Methodist Church, St. Andrews Episcopal Church and Bible Study Fellowship.

Capable of complicated structural systems has earned trust from commercial builder clients like Spaw-Glass, Vulcraft, Lee Partners and the architectural community.

He consults with concrete contractors as a trained expert in achieving flat and super-flat floors.

He leads the engineering community by having served as SEAoT, WCSEA, ACI and CSI presidents and other committee chairs.