Sai Ganapuram2018-10-19T18:00:31-04:00

Sai Ganapuram

Project Engineer

Sai Ganapuram joined Palmer Engineering Company in 2014 as a Junior Engineer and was promoted to Project Engineer in 2016. Sai received his Masters in Civil Engineering (specializing in Structures) from The University of Akron, Ohio, where he also earned a Masters in Business Administration. While attending U-Akron, he served as a research assistant for the Department of Civil Engineering where he focused on several projects for the Ohio Department of Transportation investigating the performance of polymer fiber reinforcing in slabs and impact barriers. Since joining Palmer, Sai has worked on a variety of projects, including the Industrial Technology Center at North Georgia Technical College, Entry Canopy for Hennessy Jaguar Land Rover-Alpharetta, Buckhead Station Convenience Store, and is currently working on Dogwood Forest Senior Living Community.

Area of Expertise:
Design of industrial racks, residential and commercial buildings including hotels, automotive and retail.

Memorable Project Story:
“My most memorable project was my very first…..the canopy design for new car delivery for Hennessy Jaguar Land Rover in Alpharetta. The cantilevered canopy was 60 feet by 40 feet and was only supported by 4 steel columns, which presented quite a challenge. Working as part of a team to develop a dramatic design that was structurally sound while meeting the architects’ vision and client’s needs was very exciting. The finished project is an amazing 2,400 square feet.”

Client Philosophy:
“We should always have an understanding of each client’s business, respond quickly to their needs and provide value for their money!”

Special Interests:
“Although I enjoy reading autobiographies and the game of cricket, my ABSOLUTE PASSION is going to the movies! There’s nothing like seeing a movie on the big screen with a big bucket of popcorn!”

Little Known Fact:
“I am an avid follower of global economic and political news and very thankful for my iPhone that keeps me connected anywhere, anytime!”