Stuart K. Mitchell, P.E.
Texas A & M University – College Station, Texas
B.S. Civil Engineering, 2004
Registrations and Certifications
Licensed Professional Engineer in Colorado and Texas
Infraspection Institute: Level I Certified Infrared Thermographer (CIT)
Association of the Wall and Ceiling Industry: Certified Exterior Insulation and Finish System Inspector (CEI)
Troxler Electronic Laboratories, Inc.: Certified Nuclear Gauge Operator
Areas of Expertise
Building Science and Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) – New Construction and Major Renovation Projects
Opaque Wall Air, Thermal, Water and Vapor Barriers
Exterior Claddings & Façades
Fenestrations & Curtain Walls
Sealants, Coatings & Water Repellents
Low-Slope & Steep-Slope Roofing Systems
Balcony & Deck Waterproofing
Functional Performance Testing
Stuart provides building enclosure consulting and commissioning (BECx) services for a variety of clients in both the private and government sectors.
His primary responsibilities include design development assistance, technical plan/specification peer review, and quality assurance field observations related to exterior enclosure systems (air, water, thermal and vapor barriers). Stuart has extensive experience in building envelope field performance testing including fenestrations, curtain walls, claddings and whole building air barrier performance testing and diagnostics.
Prior to joining Pie, Stuart specialized in exterior building envelope systems for commercial, institutional, and residential buildings. He was active with forensic investigations, destructive and non-destructive testing, condition surveys, field performance testing, technical report preparation, and quality assurance consulting for both new and rehabilitation projects.
Stuart is currently the Pie project lead on the $500M+ Denver International Airport South Terminal Redevelopment Program.
In 2011, Stuart co-authored an article with Jeff Crowe of Pie titled ASTM 2813 and the Owner’s Project Requirements – Commissioning the Building Enclosure that was published in “The Construction Specifier”, December 2012.