Jack C. Healy, P.E., Principal
Jack manages many of the firm’s masonry restoration, forensic engineering, and parking structure projects. He oversees the firm’s restoration group.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, University of Vermont
Registered Professional Engineer, New York and Massachusetts
"A Case Study in Structural Repair of a Sandstone Cathedral"
"Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception: Stone Replacement and Structural Issues"
"Lessons Learned: Diagnosing Structural Distress"
"Fitch Hall - Williams College"
"Vibration in Historic Masonry Walls"
“Vibration Damage of Historical Stone-Masonry Walls,” 10th North American Masonry Conference, June 2007
“Using Acoustic Emissions to Detect Damage in Historical Stone Masonry, Structures Congress, April 2008
“Acoustic Emission and Vibration Correlation,” prepared for Fort Ticonderoga; NCPTT; US Department of the Interior,
“Evaluating Scaffolding Hoist Vibrations,” Masonry Construction Magazine, May 2003
“Splicing Options for Masonry Construction,” Masonry Construction Magazine, January 2007
Outstanding Professional Engineering Manager of the Year (2005) from the Capital District Chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers
Society for the Preservation of Historic Cements, President, 2011
Association for Preservation Technology, Board Member Northeast Chapter
American Society of Testing Materials
New York State Society of Professional Engineers, President Capital District Chapter, 2006
Practicing Institute of Engineering, Certified Program Evaluator
Capital District Engineers Week, Chairman, 2004, 2005, 2006
Historic Albany Foundation
American Institute of Steel Construction
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
Rensselaer Rail Station
SUCF Parking Structure
Restoration of Fitch Hall at Williams College
Alfred E. Smith Building
Contact Jack at email@example.com or 518 406.5506 ext 316.