FRP News
  1. Reflection brings learning to life. It gives an opportunity to pause amidst the chaos, sort through observations and experiences, consider multiple possible interpretations, and create pathways to future learnings. Like so many, we are taking time in 2021 to reflect on our past, be grateful for the present, and excitedly anticipate what the future will hold. We are excited to share this with you, through the launch of our newly designed website!

  2. Fink Roberts and Petrie is committed to the development of our staff. We are looking to the future following the retirement of several senior leaders, in so FRP is proud to identify these team members for their leadership within the firm.

  3. We want to publicly express our gratitude and best wishes to Scott Rouse in his retirement from FRP! Scott has continually practiced structural engineering for 39 years, including the last 29 with FRP. He completed his career at FRP as Vice President and Chief Structural Engineer, where he had a significant impact on FRP in areas of project management, technical design and standards, and staff technical development.

  4. FRP is excited to introduce and welcome our newest employee, Seth Caudle, E.I. Seth started at FRP as a staff engineer in February after a December graduation from Virginia Tech with a Master’s in Structural Engineering. He graduated from the University of Tennessee – Chattanooga in May 2019 with his BS Civil Engineering. Seth brings to FRP an impeccable school record and several internships that has allowed him to jump in immediately on several new projects. It has been a busy couple months for Seth with his graduation, getting married, moving to Indiana, and starting his career at FRP. Congratulations and welcome Seth!