MITCH TAYLOR, S.E. - Structural Engineer

North Carolina State University
Master of Civil Engineering, Structural

UNC Charlotte
B.S. in Civil Engineering, Cum Laude

Originally from Winston-Salem, NC, Mitch Taylor joined Andrew Consulting Engineers, P.C. in 2010 and was licensed as a North Carolina Professional Engineer in 2014. Mitch has experience managing a variety of project types, including commercial, industrial, governmental and residential. As a Structural Engineer, Mitch enjoys working with clients and contractors to solve unique challenges in investigation, analysis, design, construction, and special inspections.

His notable projects include the USS North Carolina Battleship cofferdam and memorial walkway, Cinema Drive Fire Station, Cape Fear Community College Humanities and Fine Arts Center, and Southport Marina bulkhead and travel lift pier. Mitch is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the National Society of Professional Engineers, and is a 2014 graduate of the Chamber of Commerce Leadership Wilmington program.

Prior to Andrew Consulting Engineers, Mitch worked for Areva, the world’s largest nuclear company, on upgrades to the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant. His work involved the reactor coolant system and replacement steam generators. Four steam generators, each weighing 345 tons, were successfully replaced in 2012 at a cost of $376 million.

During college Mitch worked as a field technician for ECS performing construction inspections, including soil testing, concrete testing, and ground penetrating radar. He also served as a research assistant on projects for the Department of Energy and North Carolina Department of Transportation.

Mitch currently serves on the Board of Trustees at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church and enjoys participating in local service groups such as Food for Thought. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and being active.