Angela Booth joined Palmer Engineering Company in 2001 and has over 12 years of structural engineering experience. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Furman University and both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering from The Georgia Institute of Technology. Special projects in Angela’s portfolio include the Riverdale Civic Center, Fernbank Museum Children’s Area, Decatur Recreation Center Renovation, Oxford Exchange, Rick Case Hyundai, G. Wayne Clough Cistern which received the state of Georgia’s Award for Engineering Excellence in 2013, as well as the Chattahoochee Nature Center – a certified LEED Silver project and recognized by the AIA Atlanta COTE as the Showcase Winner for the 2010 Greenprints Conference. Another special project in her portfolio is The Box Factory Lofts in Tampa, FL which was recognized in 2007 by both the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation and Tampa Preservation Inc. for Excellence in Preservation & Adaptive Re-Use. This project was also recognized by Building Design & Construction Magazine with the Platinum Reconstruction Award in 2007.
Area of Expertise:
Renovation and Adaptive Re-Use of existing structures. Steel and wood buildings.
Memorable Project Story:
“It’s always fascinating to visit a job site and see how the lines on the paper have actually turned into beams and columns…..from the mind to reality…..pretty amazing!”
“Prompt and courteous service.”
“I love to read, watch movies, work in the garden, and travel to exotic places….Paris, Bali, Venice, Rome, Belgium, and Acapulco are a few of my memorable trips!”
Little Known Fact:
“Once a year, Zoo Atlanta comes to my house to collect bamboo to feed the Pandas!”