Jeffrey R. Crowe, M.S., P.E., BECxP, AAMA FenestrationMaster
Colorado State University – Fort Collins, Colorado
M.S. Civil Engineering, 2007
Lafayette College – Easton, Pennsylvania
B.S. Civil Engineering, 2005
Registrations and Certifications
Licensed Professional Engineer in Colorado
ITC Level 1 Certified Infrared Thermographer
Areas of Expertise
Building Enclosure Consulting and Commissioning (BECx)
Pre-stressed & Post Tensioned Concrete
Air, Moisture, Thermal, and Vapor Barriers
Exterior Claddings & Facades
Fenestrations & Curtain Walls
Low & Steep-Slope Roofing Systems
Sealants, Coatings, & Repellents
Building Performance Testing
Jeff has provided design and construction phase consulting services for a diverse client base on a wide variety of both structural and building enclosure system related projects. His responsibilities include: design development assistance, plan and specification reviews, quality assurance field observations, building performance testing and diagnostics on both new and rehabilitation construction projects.
Prior to joining Pie, Jeff served as a Restoration and Design Engineer for a specialty engineering firm providing design and consulting services for the construction and rehabilitation of concrete parking structures across the United States. Specific duties and responsibilities included site condition surveys, repair design, structural design, and specification review. He also assisted in the submittal review process for several projects.
Jeff also has extensive experience in the quality assurance of curtain wall systems, facades, and roofing systems. His past and current experience includes the inspection of both historic masonry buildings and modern high-rises in the northeastern United States.
Jeff is currently in the final stages of construction phase BECx services for a $500M+ Exempla healthcare new St. Joseph Heritage hospital in Denver, CO.
In 2011, Jeff co-authored an article with Stuart Mitchell of Pie titled ASTM 2813 and the Owner’s Project Requirements – Commissioning the Building Enclosure that was published in “The Construction Specifier”, December 2012.