Douglas F. Suess

Executive Vice President at Whitney Bailey Cox & Magnani LLC

Location:
300 East Joppa Road Suite 200, Towson, Maryland, United States
Company:
Whitney Bailey Cox & Magnani LLC
HQ Phone:
(410) 512-4500
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Last Updated 3/21/2017

General Information

Employment History

Judge  - The American Council of Engineering Companies

Principal  - Canton Crossing Development.

Education

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute

Bachelors Degree  - Structural Engineering , University of Maryland

Masters degree  - Civil Engineering , UMCP.

Masters degree  - Structural Engineering , University of Maryland

Affiliations

Board of Trustees Member  - The Engineers Club

Board Member  - Sail Baltimore

Fellow  - ACEC

Web References  

Engineers Club of Baltimore View Library Document: Board of Trustees

Mr. Douglas F. Suess
Treasurer Douglas F. Suess is an Executive Vice President with Whitney, Bailey, Cox & Magnani, LLC with responsibility for the structural design and coordination of the firms building, marine, and industrial projects. He has completed numerous projects for federal, state, and private clients. Born in Baltimore, Mr. Suess is a 1969 graduate of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. In 1973, after graduating from the University of Maryland, Mr. Suess landed his first job at Ewell Bomhardt & Associates working in the Structural Department. In 1977, he became WBCMs first employee and received his masters degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland College Park. In 1980, he became WBCMs first Associate. In 1982, he made Partner. Mr. Suesss design projects include: Ritz Carlton Promenade, Boys Latin School Pedestrian Bridge, the Space Telescope Science Institute at The Johns Hopkins University, the design of Berths 5 and 6 at the Dundalk Marine Terminal, the Van Brothers Terminal, and the Lafarge Gypsum Plants in Kentucky and Florida. Mr. Suess is a member of ASCE, ACEC, SAME, ACI, CASE, and AISC. He past president of the Maryland Sections of ACEC and ASCE and is a Fellow of ACEC. Mr. Suess has served as 2nd Vice President, 1st Vice President, President, and Director-at-Large in the past. In his leisure time, he is a certified scuba diver and sailing enthusiast.

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Engineers Club of Baltimore View Library Document: Board of Trustees

Mr. Douglas F. Suess
Treasurer Douglas F. Suess is an Executive Vice President with Whitney, Bailey, Cox & Magnani, LLC with responsibility for the structural design and coordination of the firms building, marine, and industrial projects. He has completed numerous projects for federal, state, and private clients. Born in Baltimore, Mr. Suess is a 1969 graduate of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. In 1973, after graduating from the University of Maryland, Mr. Suess landed his first job at Ewell Bomhardt & Associates working in the Structural Department. In 1977, he became WBCMs first employee and received his masters degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland College Park. In 1980, he became WBCMs first Associate. In 1982, he made Partner. Mr. Suesss design projects include: Ritz Carlton Promenade, Boys Latin School Pedestrian Bridge, the Space Telescope Science Institute at The Johns Hopkins University, the design of Berths 5 and 6 at the Dundalk Marine Terminal, the Van Brothers Terminal, and the Lafarge Gypsum Plants in Kentucky and Florida. Mr. Suess is a member of ASCE, ACEC, SAME, ACI, CASE, and AISC. He past president of the Maryland Sections of ACEC and ASCE and is a Fellow of ACEC. Mr. Suess has served as 2nd Vice President, 1st Vice President, President, and Director-at-Large in the past. In his leisure time, he is a certified scuba diver and sailing enthusiast.

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http://wbcm.com/who-we-are/our-team/

Doug Suess, P.E., F.ACEC
Doug Suess, P.E., F.ACEC is an active design principal for WBCM's marine and waterfront engineering projects. He has over 40 years of experience in the planning and design of nearly every type of marine structure, and has been involved in the design and project management of a multitude of rehabilitation, reconstruction and repair projects of marine structures.

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