Abraham (Abe) Rokach, S.E., P.E
Director of Structural Engineering
Abraham Rokach manages the structural design team as well as reviews and certifies the engineering calculations and permit and construction drawings issued by Fullerton. Abe is a 47-year expert of the structural engineering profession and has spent the last 14 years at Fullerton. Prior to joining Fullerton, he was the founder and president of Rokach Engineering P.C. Prior to that, Abe served as director of building design and software at the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), consulting editor for engineering at McGraw-Hill, and project structural engineer at Murphy/Jahn, Skidmore Owings & Merrill, and Weiskopf & Pickworth (now Severed Associates). He was also an adjunct professor of structural engineering at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
Abe is an author of three engineering textbooks: Guide to Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) of Structural Steel Buildings; Schaum’s Outline of Structural Steel Design; and The Mishkan & AutoCAD 2012 (co-author). He is a recipient of a Certificate of Honor from the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois and has served on ASCE, AISC and ACI technical committees. Abe holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) degree from the City University of New York, where he graduated magna cum laude and Master of Science degree in civil engineering from MIT. Abe believes in providing each of his clients with the best solutions to their structural and construction needs, in a timely manner, and at the most reasonable fee.
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering), City University of New York
Master of Science (Civil Engineering), Massachusetts Institute of Technology