Jacqueline Mayrosh, PE
Jacqueline Mayrosh is a Senior Associate and Structural Engineer at Spectrum Design. Jacqueline graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from Lehigh University in 1999 and a Master of Science degree in civil engineering from Lehigh University in 2002. At Lehigh, her thesis work entitled "Experimental Study of the Attenuation of Acoustic Emission Signals in Welded Steel Structures" was published and was presented at the Structural Faults + Repairs 2003 conference at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Jacqueline believes that the best buildings are designed when there is a close working relationship between the structural engineer and the design architect. This collaboration is essential for creating buildings that are safe and functional, while still preserving the aesthetic vision of the architectural designer. While at Spectrum, Jacqueline has provided the structural design for a wide variety of projects including schools, municipal facilities, visitor's center, and the preservation of historic buildings. Her responsibilities include structural design and detailing utilizing a variety of building materials and the preparation of specification and cost estimates. Jacqueline is licensed as a Professional Engineer in multiple states.