- About Us
"After years of working together, we use Lynn Engineering exclusively and tell the families that we’re building for that they are in good hands."
— Krystle Henson,
KC Coastal, LLC
Rohe Builders partnered with Lynn Engineering to build a beautiful custom home on the coast in Seadrift, Texas with a wall of large windows that produce beautiful panoramic…
Who is Lynn Engineering?
Engineering is complicated. We make it easy.
“Our bread and butter is high-volume general contractors for windstorm and structural. We love working with architects. We love working with private developers. We also do a really good job of taking care of clients who have municipal needs for public infrastructure."
At Lynn Engineering, we understand the unique challenges of construction and development projects on the Gulf Coast and across Texas. Our team of windstorm, structural, and civil engineers specialize in designing projects that are built to last and comply with local codes, while also keeping your budget and schedule in mind.
With our years of experience working on residential, commercial and municipal civil projects, we make engineering easy for you.
We pride ourselves on delivering top-quality work and efficient service times. Our team of engineers is highly skilled and experienced, and we consistently strive to exceed industry standards in all our projects. Our track record of success and satisfied clients speaks for itself.
Don’t let complicated engineering slow down your projects. Listen to this conversation with Mitchell Carrillo, our Principal Engineer, to learn more about the firm and wide array of services we provide to our clients across Texas.
Stuart A. Lynn, P.E.
Stuart is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas and Founder/CEO of Lynn Engineering.
N. Mitchell Carrillo, P.E.
Principal Engineer, Integrator
Mitchell is the Principal Engineer at Lynn Engineering. He manages the day-to-day operations of the firm.
The additional hoops to jump through and increased costs associated with coastal construction can sometimes be surprising to those who are unfamiliar with coastal construction. It is safe to say that coastal construction is not merely just typical construction but on the coast. Our principal engineer provides answers to commonly asked questions about the differences between coastal and inland construction.
The process of obtaining certification of a new home or alteration can be confusing for homeowners and even contractors. Wading through these waters is necessary, however, to obtain a windstorm and hail insurance policy through TWIA or your insurance company. Will you need a certificate from TDI or TWIA? What’s the difference between a WPI-8 and a WPI-8E?