Kevin H. Chamberlain, P.E., S.E.C.B.

Kevin Chamberlain is C.E.O. and partner of DeStefano & Chamberlain, where his responsibilities include all aspects of engineering design, inspections and investigations, client relations, project procurement, and firm management.

Kevin is Past-President and Board member of the Structural Engineers Coalition of ACEC/Connecticut, and currently serves on the Nominations, Ethics, Code Advisory, and Advocacy Committees. He has also served on the Board of the New England Coalition of Structural Engineers.

Kevin received a Bachelor’s of Architectural Engineering degree from Pennsylvania State University, and remains an active alumnus, serving from time to time on a Practitioner Jury Panel to judge student Senior Thesis projects.

Kevin is a licensed Professional Engineer in Connecticut and 5 other states, and a board certified Structural Engineer.

Kevin is a resident of Trumbull, and has previously served on the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission and the Building Code Board of Appeals. He is currently a member of the CASE Guidelines committee. He also is on the Board of Trustees and the Advisory Board of the Discovery Museum in Bridgeport.

Kevin received a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering degree from Pennsylvania State University where he graduated at the top of his engineering class. Kevin is a licensed Professional Engineer in 6 states, and a board certified structural engineer.

2 thoughts on “Kevin H. Chamberlain, P.E., S.E.C.B.

  1. Stephen Domizio
    Stephen Domizio / Reply December 9, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    Winnick Steel had suggested I call you. My name is Steve Domizio and I am the owner of Connecticut Precast in Monroe. I am interested in adding on to our facility in Monroe. We have two high bays with bridge cranes and we are looking to add on about 10,000sf. Please let me know if this is something your firm can help me with.

  2. Jean Bergen
    Jean Bergen / Reply February 21, 2019 at 9:26 pm

    We are looking for an AIA presentation on timber framing for our office. Would you be willing to come in to our
    Hartford office and present?

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