ABOUT THE FIRM
Originally founded in 1976 as Hourdequin and Associates in Tallahassee, Florida, D. REMY & CO has completed thousands of structural engineering projects over the past 30 years. These have included a variety of commercial, industrial, and residential projects.
For the past 20 years, D. REMY & CO has operated under its current name. It began initially in Sarasota, Florida and for the past fifteen years, has been located in Western North Carolina - first in Highlands/Macon County and as of February 2008 in Hayesville/Clay County. David Hourdequin is the owner and his wife Anne serves as the office manager and bookkeeper.
The firm now specializes in the structural design of heavy timber framing & truss systems and related structural engineering. We have completed over 800 timber frame and log system designs and that number is increasing by about one per week on the average through the year. These range in size from small residential additions to large commercial projects.
OWNER DAVID R. HOURDEQUIN, PE
David Hourdequin, the President and Owner, received his Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree from the University of Florida in 1964 after studying pre-engineering at Florida State University. He earned a Master's Degree in Engineer Management at the University of South Florida in 1992 while working full time as an owner and manager of a commercial construction company.
During his career, Mr. Hourdequin has been engaged as a structural sub-contractor, general contractor, construction manager, development manager, and structural engineer. Earlier in his career, he served as Director of Engineering for the Holiday Inn hotel system and Director of Engineering and Construction for the Hampton Inn hotel system. Mr. Hourdequin has also served on the Advisory Council to the School of Construction Management at Western Carolina University.
David Hourdequin is a member of the the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Wood Council (AWC) , the Timber Framers Guild (TFG), the Timber Frame Business Council (TFBC), the Timber Frame Engineering Council (TFEC) and, the Structural Insulated Panel Association (SIPA).
Licenses are active in fifteen Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic States and other state registrations can be obtained by reciprocity.
Hobbies include Astronomy (Observing and Amateur Telescope Making), Adventure Motorcycling, Flying & Building Light Sport Aircraft, Amateur Radio, Fly Fishing, Folk Guitar, and Photography.
Contact David R. Hourequin, PE of D. REMY & CO by calling (828) 421-6216. You may email Mr. Hourdequin at email@example.com.