RALEIGH, N.C. – Stewart, an interdisciplinary design, engineering and planning firm, recently welcomed Bryan Covington, PE, as a project manager for the Structural practice in its Raleigh, North Carolina, office.
In his new role, Covington is collaborating with Stewart’s Structural practice to allocate resources, manage complex projects and ensure client success, including managing the structural design team for the new 1200 Metropolitan Tower in downtown Charlotte. The tower is a 26-story cast-in-place concrete structure featuring large outdoor amenity spaces, ground-level retail and a sprawling rooftop terrace overlooking the Charlotte skyline.
“Covington brings more than a decade of experience to this role, and he shares our passion for exemplary client service,” said Willy Stewart, CEO and founder of Stewart. “Our entire team is already benefitting from his breadth of expertise in both the private and public arenas.”
Prior to Stewart, Covington supported large-scale projects across the state. He played a key role in the design of the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Business, incorporating the site’s sloping topography into the design of a large auditorium nestled below the building’s classroom spaces. Covington also led the structural design of Wayne Community College’s Automotive and Collision Repair Training Facility in Goldsboro, coordinating continuously with the general contractor for successful fast-track delivery of the first Community College Design-Build project in the state.
Covington currently serves in the ACE (Architecture, Construction, Engineering) Mentor Program’s Raleigh/Durham Chapter. He graduated from North Carolina State University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering.
To learn more about Stewart, please visit www.stewartinc.com.