Engineers | Planners | Building Enclosure Specialists
Gale Associates, Inc. is a consulting engineering firm of building enclosure specialists, engineers, architects and planners.
We specialize in the repair, renovation and adaptive reuse of existing buildings, sites and infrastructures.
The Zweig Group has chosen Gale as one of the “Best Firms to Work For” for the 9th year in a row!
Gale Associates has been named “Best Firms to Work For” nine years in a row!
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Our staff regularly presents to clients and peers at industry conferences throughout the U.S. Gale is a registered American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Systems (CES) provider and a LEED Education Provider; therefore, we are able to give credits for our presentations.
Gale has provided a resource page with our most recent technical articles. Click here to view a list of articles to download.
News and Events
We are looking forward to participating in the FLAPPA Conference, March 16th - 17th at the University of North Florida. We are honored to be included in the educational program. Tony Robinson, RRC, BECxP, LEED®AP will be presenting "Improve the Performance of Your...
Join us on Thursday, March 10th at 11:00 a.m. when Brian H. Neely, AIA, CDT, BECxP and Jeffrey M. Ziske, P.E., C.D.T. present "Photovoltaics and Their Impact on Roofing Assemblies." For more information and to register, click here.In Other News...
From Our Blog
Figure 1 - Impact damage to tempered glass Have you ever experienced glass breakage in your commercial building’s curtain wall, storefront, window, or other glazed system that was not a result of a physical impact? Do you wonder why the glass broke" and what you may...
According to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, we are again likely to experience an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season. Tropical cyclones (or hurricanes) are the costliest disasters in the U.S. Since 1980, they have cost over $1.1 trillion in total, with an...
Drone technology has revolutionized traditional property condition assessments (PCAs). Using high-resolution videography and photography, drones offer a safe, quick, and cost-effective visual method to evaluate a wide range of properties and facility types.