Ensight Haynes Whaley provides reliable and scalable
structural engineering services customized to meet client and project goals. We are a Texas Certified HUB, Texas and
Federal SBA, City of Austin MBE, and certified through
Hire Houston First, which allows us to serve public and
private owners, architects and developers in the
education, healthcare, corporate, retail, and industrial
sectors. Dedicated principal involvement on
every project is a hallmark of our service.
Structural Engineering for Public and Private Projects
State of Texas HUB
City of Austin
Hire Houston First
Small Disadvantaged Business
Houston Metro SBE
City of Houston MBE & DBE
Port of Houston Authority SBE
At Ensight Haynes Whaley we pride ourselves in being team players and communicators. When it comes to project management, we do what it takes to give our clients the structure they desire.
Each of our engineers and designers are fully trained in Building Information Modeling. We design structures using Autodesk® Revit® software to ensure that our designs are easy to read and easy to build.
Do you need a professional opinion on a project you're working on? Ask away. We are here to consult with you with any questions or concerns you may have on projects of all shapes and sizes, public or private.
TFC's Capitol Complex Expansion project won the 2023 Best Public Sector Project award from the Austin Business Journal!
We served as the structural engineer on Phase I and are continuing on Phase II of this transformational project in downtown Austin.
The new Hanszen College replacement wing at Rice University is now complete! The new wing was built using cross-laminated timber, making it the first use of this construction material for a residential college on a university campus in Texas.
Ensight Haynes Whaley is now partnering with engineering powerhouse Thornton Tomasetti on future public projects to scale our resources as necessary. We are excited to collaborate as a team to bring our clients cutting edge structural designs and pursue new projects together. Read more...