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Jorge Flores-Davila Jr.

Civil/Architectural Engineer

Jorge Flores-Davila Jr.



3305 Breckinridge Blvd Suite 126
Duluth, Georgia 30096



(770) 638-8300


Jorge joined SEA, Ltd. (S-E-A) in 2017 after spending over six years with the US Army Corps of Engineer ERDC/CERL where he investigated irrigation methods to minimize water consumption and waste by 30% to 40% on four installation sites, and served as part of a team of consultants to the Fort Leonard Wood installation on energy conservation and an implementation of a Strategic Sustainability Plan.

Additionally, Jorge served as project manager for Fort Leonard Wood’s first deconstruction project, where total project waste diversion exceeded Army standards by 12.58%, and also for the ROOFER™ Energy Performance Assessment and Course of Action Analyses project.

Jorge also has technical expertise for LEED certification and served as a primary technical subject matter expert for the evaluation of projects pursuing LEED Certification.

Jorge earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University, and his Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

In his current role at S-E-A, Jorge works as a project engineer and performs forensic investigations of existing structures to determine the presence, extent, and/or cause of damage to building components as a result of the partial or full collapse, storm damage, water intrusion, fire, vibration, or other phenomena.  He provides investigation and consultation for a variety of projects, including structure, roof, and building envelope/fenestration failures, means of ingress/egress, code compliance, and construction budget/scheduling.

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