“We build world class facilities with design, efficiency, quality, and purpose in mind.”
Crow Engineering Est. 1968
For more than 50 years, Crow Engineering has been designing for the forest and wood products industry. We specialize in engineering for saw mills as well as chip, veneer/plywood, OSB/particle board, and LVL plants.
Crow Engineering is licensed throughout the United States to provide engineering for large-scale industrial infrastructures including manufacturing, maintenance, and bulk handling facilities.
COLD STORAGE & DISTRIBUTION
We provide engineering and value-add services for freezers, coolers, fridges, chill docks, receiving stations, and processing facilities.
Our engineering expertise includes a diverse mix of engineering backgrounds, skill sets, and experience that has provided service for commercial clients. Our The Crow Engineering portfolio of commercial engineering work covers includes: high density, mixed use, municipal, and mass timber designs.
Licensed Throughout the United States
Crow engineers are not only licensed throughout the United States, they also offer a diverse spectrum of engineering certifications, experience, and value-add services. The Crow offices are in Oregon and North Carolina with teams that includes consultants and registered industrial, civil, mechanical, forensic, and structural engineers.
Crow Engineers are licensed in:
If you have a project in an unlicensed state, please give us a call.
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Two players. One chess board. One move yields a countermove – attack and defend, strike and counterstrike. Warring adversaries fight it out by the rules of an ancient game. There’s a quiet but palpable tension in the room. Then a single word breaks the silence: “checkmate.”
Learn how Crow Engineering brought chess into the office.
At Crow Engineering, relationships with customers last for years. One company – a long-term customer – recently engaged us to review ways to increase the productivity of its lumber manufacturing process. To assess and identify improvement opportunities, we conducted an efficiency study of the company’s log infeed and breakdown systems.