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Lynn Engineering relocates Corpus Christi office to North Padre Island Drive

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Full-service structural, windstorm, municipal civil and land development firm has experienced rapid growth during the last year

“This move allows us room to grow as we continue providing excellent services to our customers in the Corpus Christi area."

CORPUS CHRISTI (Tuesday, March 1, 2022) – Lynn Engineering has moved its offices in Corpus Christi to better serve the firm’s clients. As of Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Lynn Engineering is located at 2209 North Padre Island Drive Suite K-1, Corpus Christi, TX 78408. The firm’s phone number remains (361) 806-0400.

The firm has experienced robust growth during the last year and has added several members to its team in the Coastal Bend. Welcoming additional professional engineers, as well as client relations and inspection teammates, the firm had outgrown its most recent space.

“This move allows us room to grow as we continue providing excellent services to our customers in the Corpus Christi area,” said Javiel Rojas, P.E., the lead engineer for Lynn Engineering’s operations in the Coastal Bend. “We work closely alongside home builders and other top contractors to deliver the highest-quality engineering services. Our new location is more centrally located for our customer base and allows us room to continue to grow.”

Lynn Engineering’s offices were previously located inside the Coastal Bend Homebuilders Association building on Yorktown Blvd.

“We appreciate the generosity and hospitality of the Coastal Bend Homebuilders Association,” said Stuart A. Lynn, founder and CEO of the firm. “Their recently remodeled building is a welcoming space and will make a fantastic home for their next tenant. The association is an excellent partner and an even better neighbor. We’ll miss having them down the hall.”

Lynn Engineering is a windstorm, structural, land development and municipal civil engineering firm specializing in private and public residential, commercial and infrastructure development projects on the Texas Gulf Coast.

“Windstorm engineering is complicated. We make it easy,” said N. Mitchell Carrillo, P.E., principal engineer at Lynn Engineering. “This relocation makes it even easier for our customers to obtain the services and resources they need. Everything we do, including this move, is to ensure that our clients stay on time, on-budget and deliver products that are built to last.”

Learn more about Lynn Engineering at

Click here to meet our Corpus Christi team.


Stuart A. Lynn, P.E.

Founder/CEO, Visionary

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.


Lynn Engineering is a windstorm, structural, municipal civil and land development engineering firm specializing in private and public residential, commercial and infrastructure development projects on the Texas Gulf Coast. We are working to positively impact the lives our employees, client and communities. Our engineers understand construction in wood, steel and concrete and produce clear and concise plans that are adaptable and solution oriented. Our team is responsive to your needs – accessible, friendly and knowledgeable.

We think BIG. To work BIG. To give BIG.

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