Ingenii Engineering Firm

Kenneth M. Floody P.E., S.E., SECB


Mr. Floody has over 25 years of experience in structural analysis, design and assessment of residential, commercial and industrial structures. 

Mr. Floody has extensive experience in the design of all structural building systems, including reinforced masonry and precast tilt-up concrete structures, structural steel and aluminum framing, reinforced concrete slabs, deep and shallow building foundations, and subgrade structures. 

Mr. Floody founded INGENII, LLC in 2001 and is responsible for assuring the technical quality of project deliverables; development of project structural design criteria, structural designs and calculations; supervision of structural engineers; and verifying that designs comply with specified codes, project design criteria, and specific client procedures and policies.

Special Expertise

Mr. Floody possesses extensive experience in the examination and assessment of residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial structures.  He has performed examinations and assessments of structural problems associated with single and multi-family residential structures (foundation settlement, cracked masonry walls, framing decay and deterioration, roof failures etc.).  He has also performed field examinations of industrial facilities including concrete chimneys, steel stacks, electrostatic precipitators, flue gas ductwork, crane girders, circulating water piping, storage silos, material handling structures, structural steel framing and masonry structures in addition to bridges and pavement. 

Mr. Floody has significant experience in the structural design of repairs and alterations to historic residential structures and in the design of timber framing and structures in high wind regions.




Representative Historic/Vintage Residential Project Experience

Over the past four years, Mr. Floody has provided structural engineering services on over 200 residential projects, including custom residential design, assessment of structural damage and deterioration, development of structural reinforcing and repairs, and alterations to vintage and historically significant structures.