Kevin G. Du Mont, PE
Kevin G. Du Mont, P.E. has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 1989. He currently holds professional registration in the state of California and is registered with the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying, allowing him to register in most States through reciprocity.
He brings over thirty-five (35) years of architectural and structural design from concept design and schematics through completion of construction, architectural and engineering management, and inspection experience to Du Mont Engineering. He has designed and managed many medium and high-rise projects throughout the country and worldwide ranging from 50,000 square feet structures to $25 million dollar industrial projects. Kevin has architecturally and structurally designed many custom homes and landscape projects. Kevin has extensive experience in preparation of construction documentation for new and retrofit projects. He has also participated as a team member of twenty-one story high-rise structures. He has extensive experience in timber, masonry, concrete and steel construction. Kevin has performed construction site observations for a vast majority of his designed projects and he has also performed numerous job site inspections for a wide range of structures.
He has served on the Local Groups Committee of the Structural Engineering Institute; he has also served on the Civil Structural Committee of the Council of American Structural Engineers. He is a member of Structural Engineering Association of Southern California, National Society of Professional Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services and various other organizations. Kevin is currently, and has been instrumental, in volunteering as a Mentor for various protégé’s through the Mentorship program with the American Society of Civil Engineers Organization. Kevin was honored with receiving the “Mentor of the Year Award” by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
“My wife Karen and I moved to Rancho Santa Margarita in 1998 where we have raised our three daughters. Together, Karen and I enjoy our national and international travels and experiencing other cultures. Karen and I also enjoy our photography explorations and a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking and biking. I continue training for any upcoming triathlons; every morning I hit the trails, pools, or parks for physical activity and training. I have a rich background in architectural engineering and have a strong passion for my chosen career.”