MS Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology; Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology; BS Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology
Craig Bennett is a structural engineer with undergraduate degrees in both civil engineering and architecture, and a graduate degree in structural engineering. His experience includes design of new structures of all sizes, including several early years in the design of high-rise hotels and office buildings. Mr. Bennett’s particular strength is in the structural evaluation, repair, rehabilitation, and restoration of existing structures, with a specialization in historic preservation. His work regularly involves assessment of the causes of structural distress or failure and the design of rehabilitative measures, generally in a historic context. Mr. Bennett is a former faculty member in the College of Architecture and the School of Civil Engineering at Georgia Tech. He is currently adjunct faculty in the College of Charleston/Clemson graduate program in Historic Preservation, is past-president of the Board of Trustees of the Charleston Museum and recently finished his ten year service on the City of Charleston’s Board of Architectural Review, the last six years as chairman.