WHO WE ARE
BK provides structural engineering design, analysis, and investigation services throughout the country. Founded in 2000 by Dan Kubican, PE, and Craig Brown, PE, our Kentucky-based firm is constantly evolving to lead the industry forward. Currently licensed in 28 states and territories, our growing team includes professional engineers, engineers-in-training, BIM/CAD technicians, and support staff who never stop challenging the status quo.
North Carolina Ohio
USVI St. Croix
WHAT WE DO
BK provides consultation for buildings of all types, sizes, and material systems using structural analysis and BIM software. We have extensive experience with healthcare, educational, institutional, recreational, commercial, hospitality, industrial, religious, and residential uses; and are equally adept at renovation, renewal, adaptive reuse, and new construction. We deliver design through fast - track, design - bid - build, design - build, and public / private / partnership to best serve the Owner. We also provide component design and construction engineering services - including shoring, bracing, load path verification, delegated design, value engineering, and bid consultation - as well as forensic, performance, and due-diligence investigations, condition assessments, and feasibility studies.
The engineers at BK are passionate about the design and construction of structures of all types. Through close client relations and early involvement, we excel at developing design solutions that optimize structural performance while maintaining cost efficiency. Our culture promotes excellent design, responsiveness and personal service at every level within our firm. We consistently produce complete, highly-detailed and well-coordinated construction documents to clearly convey the design intent. We place great importance on constructability and emphasize the importance of simple details that consider construction means and methods. We integrate quality assurance throughout the design process and are devoted to thorough coordination and review, resulting in competitive bidding and reduced risk of costly change orders during construction.