Founded in 2006, Stahl Sheaffer has grown to a nationally recognized ENR Top 500 Firm that provides multi-disciplinary civil and structural services to public and private clients. Stahl Sheaffer has 170 employees and 10 locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, including a Geotech lab in southwestern PA.
We would like to recognize our Licensed P.E. staff members and Professional Engineers everywhere for Professional Engineers Day!
Congratulations to David Karp, Construction Manager for Stahl Sheaffer, for receiving a Star of Excellence Award from his time at PennDOT!
Stahl Sheaffer Engineering has been named a Mid-Atlantic Top Design Firm in the 2019 Engineering News Record (ENR) rankings. Founded in 2006, the firm continues to grow, with 170 people and nine locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia. Stahl Sheaffer balances resources for multi-discipline projects across diverse regions and markets. Higher education, transportation, municipal, private development, and energy markets continue to figure prominently in Stahl Sheaffer’s success.
Stahl Sheaffer also made the 2019 list of national Top 500 Design Firms.
Congratulations to the Penn State School of Music for Award-Winning Renovations on the New Recital Hall!
Stahl Sheaffer Engineering is honored to have provided civil engineering for the renovations to Penn State’s Recital Hall, which recently received the Ingrid P. Holtzman Award from the Borough of State College for providing a quality design project to the community. This award recognizes a project that “substantially enhances, promotes, or maintains the aesthetic appearance of the Borough” and was presented at the Authorities, Boards, & Commissions (ABC) dinner in April 2019. The new 400-seat Recital Hall serves as Penn State’s primary venue for solo recitals and chamber music performances at University Park.
Stahl Sheaffer worked with the Bostwick Design team to provide the site design and permitting for this project, which included land development services for stormwater management design, erosion control plans, utility connections, grading, site layout, and design of walls for the stairs and terraced seating area.
Since the firm’s founding in 2006, Stahl Sheaffer has completed approximately 500 projects with Penn State. Read more here about Stahl Sheaffer’s site and structural engineering capabilities for higher education.
Stahl Sheaffer Engineering Once Again Ranked as a Top 500 National Design Firm by Engineering News Record!
Principals Rod Stahl, Jeff Sheaffer, and Aaron Fayish express their “sincere thanks and appreciation to our clients for the trust they have placed in our firm and staff, which has enabled us to reach this milestone for the second year in a row.”
Stahl Sheaffer's core civil and structural engineering disciplines include building, bridge, roadway, and site design as well as survey and construction inspection. Investments in technology and expertise include survey-grade mobile LiDAR scanning, aerial mapping, geotechnical services, asset management, GIS solutions, and the qualified staff to ensure project success.
Stahl Sheaffer Sponsors NFF/CHOF Scholarship Awards for PA High School Students
The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF/CHOF), Central Pennsylvania Chapter, presented 15 high school students with scholarships at its annual scholar-athlete awards dinner. The awards recognize scholar-athletes nominated by their coaches who have demonstrated success on the field and in the classroom as well as a commitment to community service. Read more here.
Stahl Sheaffer sponsored a $1,000 scholarship, which was awarded to Philip Davis of Milton Area High School. Philip was selected to receive the award based on three criteria: (1) academics (40%), (2) football ability/performance/attitude (40%), and (3) leadership and citizenship (20%).
Over 400 attendees gathered at the Penn Stater on March 17 to recognize the achievements of 52 high school and nine college football players from their performances during the past season. Since initiating the awards banquet in 1998, the Central Pennsylvania Chapter has awarded a total of $248,000 in scholarships while honoring 755 scholar-athletes from high schools located in its 25-county coverage area.