Michael Goldstein, PE

Michael Goldstein, PE

Principal, Structural Engineering

Mike serves as Principal-in-Charge for many of Martin/Martin’s industrial facilities projects. This work involves distinctive design issues including support of test chambers, vibration isolation problems, and remodels associated with heavy equipment loading.

Many of Mike’s unique industrial projects are at Lockheed Martin in Littleton, Colorado, and require creative solutions. The success of these complex and highly technical projects hinges on understanding precisely what the client needs, appropriately staffing the project, being responsive and delivering. It is this philosophy that Mike brings to every project so that the client consistently receives a quality product.

Among Mr. Goldstein’s areas of expertise is the design of cold-formed steel systems. He leads this Martin/Martin specialty engineering group, which focuses on the design of cold-formed steel load-bearing systems, and cold-formed steel exterior and interior wall systems.

Cold-formed steel is a cost-efficient solution when used as the primary structural frame for structures such as low-rise hotels, condominiums and residence halls. Mike is one of a handful of structural engineers who specialize in the design of cold-formed steel primary structure systems. As an expert in the field, he speaks at a variety of seminars about cold-formed steel structures, and serves as a mentor to other Martin/Martin engineers.

Mike is familiar with the design of all material types. Since 1987 he has worked with the design of steel, cast-in-place concrete, precast/prestressed concrete, masonry and timber.

Mike joined Martin/Martin in 1991. In his spare time he likes to mountain bike in the summer and snowboard in the winter.