Bob Seeberger

Founder, Principal, Engineer

As a senior professional engineer with decades of diverse engineering experience, Bob received his engineering degree from Drexel University and a Master's degree in Engineering from Villanova University. 

Bob is unique in that he has mastered both Structural & Civil Engineering equally. 

From Nuclear power plants, large transportation structures, bridges, complex structures & land development, Bob is one of the mentors of the firm. Land, Water, Environmental & a vast array of Building Structures keep Bob going at full speed nationwide.  Bob also manages a large portion of the firm's core competencies in the North East and works on projects from California to Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, DC, Delaware and projects internationally. 

Bob has had the opportunity to have provided engineering services for several of Philadelphia's most historic landmarks & bridges including the Ben Franklin Bridge, the Walt Whitman Bridge, the Market Square Shopping Center and the World Trade Center Museum Pavilion in New York.

He has successfully completed projects for international firms and a vast array of clients including:

SEPTA, PENNDOT, NJDOT, NYDOT, Delaware River Port Authority, Delaware River & Bay Authority, Gaylord National Convention Center & Hotel, Philadelphia Naval Base, Cornell & Co, Southern NJ Light Rail Line, Memorial Hospital, NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Pennsville Sewage Authority & School Expansions for Pennsylvania & New Jersey.

Bobs extensive experience in seismic and blast design with nuclear power plants, bridges, hospitals and dams paved the way for a successful expansion into the California and West Coast region. 

As many countries worldwide are adapting to California seismic standards, Boston and Seeberger is able to service clients worldwide.