Seth Rogge, PE, SE

Seth Rogge, PE, SE


Seth Rogge, PE, SE, has an unwavering commitment to responsiveness and exceptional client service. He not only provides direct technical expertise but also mentors and develops our staff, ensuring that your project benefits from a highly skilled and motivated team. Seth’s impact extends beyond project leadership; he has played a pivotal role in expanding SK&A’s presence in the multi-family market across the southeastern United States. When faced with challenges, Seth doesn’t just identify problems; he offers proactive, creative structural solutions while maintaining a focus on the client’s goals. His proven track record includes contributions to award-winning projects, such as West Half Street, 161 Peachtree Center, and the NRUCFC Corporate Headquarters, a remarkable domed roof structure featured in Modern Steel Construction Magazine.

Seth’s years of practice have allowed him to gain extensive experience in transit-oriented development, multi-story office and residential buildings, mixed-use/retail developments, parking garages, hospitals, and academic facilities.

Publications and Awards

  • The Story of a Truss: Storey Park; STRUCTURE Magazine, 2024
  • Post-Tensioned Concrete Balcony Deflections; STRUCTURE Magazine, 2012
  • Enhancing Durability in Pervious Concrete Through the Use of Admixtures; International Conference on Sustainability Challenges & Advances in Concrete Technology; 2012
  • What Would Jefferson Do? Adding modern-day analysis to a classical design yields a light and airy atrium; Modern Steel Construction, 2010
  • Awarded Engineering News Record “Top 20 Under 40”, 2014
  • Award of Excellence, American Concrete Institute, National Chapter, 2010

Fun Facts

  • Conducted Research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA)
  • Interested in Mass Timber Construction and Net Zero Energy
  • Coaches and Referees LEGO Robotics SAES Team
  • Lives by the motto ”Don’t Engineer more, Engineer Better!”