Like our projects, we’re built to last.

An independent consulting and structural engineering firm headquartered in Charlotte, NC, Hunter Structural serves clients nationwide with a diverse range of engineering services and experience. Founded in 1994 by Gene Hunter, our firm matches efficient, thoughtful design with superb quality and dedicated service at all phases of a project. Our diverse expertise includes:

Commercial and Retail Industrial/Manufacturing Police Stations and Town Halls
Dining and Entertainment Medical and Dental Offices Religious Buildings
Financial Institutions Multi-Family Homes Universities/Educational Facilities
Fire and Rescue Stations Municipal/State/Government Cold Storage Facilities
Historic Renovations Office Complexes Tilt Wall Engineering
Hotels and Hospitality Parks and Recreation

By giving every project our individual attention, we’ve become a go-to resource for developers, architects, contractors, and fellow engineers who value our honest advice and meticulous craftsmanship. This, and our promise to always do what’s right for each client and each project, has led to countless referrals, low turnover, and clients who have been with us since our inception. We’ve also honed a reputation for valuing and respecting each team member’s ideas and experience, creating a flexible, cooperative work environment that leads to successful results.

To keep our engineering and industry skills sharp, our engineers maintain active membership in SEANC, SECB, and NCEES as well as other professional organizations. In addition, our entire staff maintains continuing education to assure we incorporate the most current protocols and broaden our knowledge base.

Almost Everything East of the Mississippi

Hunter Structural’s principal engineer is registered in 30 states:
Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.