Razzi, PE

Guy Razzi, PE is Principal-in-Charge of SK&A’s Washington, DC office. He joined SK&A in 1993 and has more than 30 years of experience in structural engineering, including previous work at local and national firms. Guy directs the design teams in SK&A's DC office and is responsible for client relations and project development. He is responsible for the planning of structural concepts, the development of contract drawings, and project specifications, as well as leading structural investigations and feasibility studies. His projects have included federal office buildings, foreign and U.S. embassies, high-rise office and residential buildings, suburban campuses and hospitals. He has led the structural design of not only new buildings, but also that of many adaptive reuse projects, including significant historic buildings.

Guy received his Bachelor of Architectural Engineering from Penn State University in 1979 and has completed advanced training at Penn State’s Protective Technology Center focusing on the latest techniques for blast-resistant and security-related design. He has also lectured on the structural design of large building types at Catholic University's School of Architecture and Planning. Guy maintains Professional Engineering licenses for Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Michigan, New Jersey, and South Carolina.