Welcome to Cardno Haynes Whaley

Founded in Houston, Texas, in 1976, and with offices in Austin, Texas and Reston, Virginia, Cardno Haynes Whaley provides structural engineering services for a broad range of commercial, public, and institutional projects.
The firm’s primary objective is to accomplish design goals while maintaining project budgets and schedule requirements. This mission is supported by upholding a spirit of collaboration among all team members throughout the design and construction process.
 
The people of Cardno Haynes Whaley are energetic, technically-focused, straightforward, and responsive. Each of these qualities strengthens the firm and fosters innovative, constructible, and cost-efficient structural designs.
 
Each project is staffed with a single group who own responsibility for total execution of the project from design concept through construction administration. This system produces a homogeneous project, with final construction accurately reflecting design intent.
 
The firm works nationally as well as internationally, with projects in 40 US states, as well as in Africa, the Caribbean, Malaysia, and Singapore.
 
Having joined the Cardno group, Cardno Haynes Whaley will drive additional opportunities for cross-selling structural engineering services, while their existing clients will benefit from access to the broader range of Cardno’s engineering and environmental services.
 
Services
Cardno Haynes Whaley delivers comprehensive structural design services extending beyond primary structural systems to include facades, decorative roofs, skylights, stairs, specialty equipment support and interior partitions.
 
Clients
Cardno Haynes Whaley works with commercial, public, and institutional clients.
This includes developers, corporate clients, architects and a range of entities such as the City of Houston, Walt Disney Imagineering, the State of Texas university systems, the National Institutes of Health, the General Services Administration, Rice University, Trammell Crow Company, Exxon Mobil and NASA.