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Robert McGlohn, PE

Professional Engineer with 40 years of experience in project design engineering of heavy industrial structures and large foundation systems for power plants, paper machine buildings, and manufacturing plants.


Experienced in the selection of structural systems with knowledge on developing constructible designs for new construction, retrofitting and reinforcing existing structures.


Past manager of a Civil/Structural Department for consulting office.  Managed balance-of-plant and supervised the structural design of large power plant environmental and small commercial projects.


Served as project engineering manager and structural design engineer leading teams for all structural aspects of engineering and construction drawings for heavy industrial projects.


Currently employed at O'Neal, Inc., Greenville, SC leading the structural efforts for heavy industrial and manufacturing projects.

Past Chair of American Concrete Institute's Committee 355, Anchorage to Concrete.



  • Master of Science, Civil Engineering, Mississippi State University

  • Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Mississippi State University


  • Professional Engineer Registrations in States: AL, FL, GA, MS, NC, SC, VA

  • National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) 

  • American Concrete Institute (ACI)

    • 318-B - Anchorage and Reinforcement (past member for 2019 Code cycle)

    • 355 - Anchorage to Concrete, Consulting Member


  • "Guide for Design of Anchorage to Concrete: Examples Using ACI 318 Appendix D,” Reported by ACI Committee 355, 2011

  • “Report on Foundations for Static Equipment,” Reported by ACI Committee 351, April 2010

  • “Minimizing Temperature Differentials in Mass Concrete,” Concrete International, December 2004

  • “The Relationship Between Cast-In-Place Anchor Bolts and Torque,” Concrete International, November 1999

  • “Roll-In Technique Eases Precipitator Replacement at Roanoke Rapids Mill,” Pulp and Paper, March 1997

  • “Installation and Testing of Large Adhesive Anchors,” Concrete International, May 1993

  • Thesis entitled, "The Computer Analysis of Concrete Domed Cylindrical Shells With Prestressed Stiffening Rings," December 1979

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