DALLAS — Raymond L. Goodson, Jr. Consulting Engineers, Inc. (RLG) announced the achievement of a significant milestone — 60 years in business. For six decades, RLG has provided professional engineering design and planning services to public and private clients throughout Texas and the U.S.

Founded by Raymond L. Goodson, Jr. in 1953, the Dallas-based company has grown to include more than two-dozen experienced professional and graduate engineers specializing in civil engineering, structural engineering, surveying, forensic engineering and integrated project delivery. Current projects include the 21-story West Village Block 7A residential tower, SMU Residential Commons, and new hospitals for Baylor in Waxahachie, Texas, and Grapevine, Texas.

RLG has served as civil engineer for such projects as Northpark Center, Dallas City Hall, Hulen Mall, Dallas Convention Center, Williams Square, Lincoln Plaza, The Crescent, the Hunt Oil Building, Park Lane Retail Center, and a multitude of projects for SMU, Baylor University Medical Center and others.

RLG’s Structural Engineering division was formed in 1981 by David M. Goodson, P.E., current president/CEO and son of the company founder. This division is responsible for such projects as the Dallas Arboretum, Great Wolf Lodge, Park Lane, Hockaday and Greenhill Schools, as well as numerous projects for SMU and Baylor University Medical Center.

In addition to President and CEO David M. Goodson, the RLG leadership includes Senior Vice President Peter B. Larson, P.E., Senior Vice President Michael G. Powel, P.E., Senior Vice President Stuart A. Markussen, P.E., and Vice President Richard D. Ballou, Jr., P.E..

A 60th anniversary celebration will be held on April 4th at SMU’s Meadows Museum.