Terry Louderback
Mr. Louderback received Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from Cornell University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1970 and 1971, respectively. After a tour of duty as an officer in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mr. Louderback began his employment at Souza, True and Partners, Inc. in 1972. In 1977, he was named a principal in the firm followed by becoming Vice President and Director of Engineering in 1985 and President in 1988. Mr. Louderback has continued to serve as president of the firm since 1988. He is registered as a Professional Engineer in fifteen states. He also has worked on many projects outside of the United States.

During his career at Souza, True and Partners, Inc., Mr. Louderback has been the Principal Engineer on numerous projects. He has designed health care and research facilities, museums, college and university buildings, libraries, community centers, office buildings, student housing, schools, public and private housing, athletic and recreational facilities, maintenance and industrial buildings, religious buildings, parking structures and others. His designs have involved structural steel, reinforced and prestressed concrete, reinforced masonry, wood, and other structural materials. He has been the engineer for both new buildings and renovations including work on historic buildings. Perhaps his most prominent projects have been the large medical complexes at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire, and the Bronson Medical Center in Kalamazoo, Michigan, several buildings at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, museums in St. Louis, Fort Lauderdale, Grand Rapids and Cleveland, many large scale multi-family housing projects, three large office buildings for a computer company and several large mixed use buildings in the Middle East. In addition to design work, Mr. Louderback has been involved in construction supervision of all of the above types of projects.

Email: tlouderback@souzatrue.com

Registered Professional Engineer: Massachusetts

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