VanDemark & Lynch, Inc. is pleased to announce that Alan G. Steinle, P.E. was presented the prestigious James M. Delahay Award by the National Council of Structural Engineers Association (NCSEA).  This award is presented in recognition of outstanding individual contributions toward the development of building codes and standards.  Through NCSEA, Mr. Steinle has represented the structural engineering community on the International Residential Code (IRC) Development Committee since 2006.  Alan is an International Code Council member, and, over the years, has also been a member of the Delaware Architectural Accessibility Board, National Director of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), President of ACEC Delaware, a member of the Council of American Structural Engineers (CASE) Contracts Committee, and is a Life Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).  He is also Past Chairman of, and currently an ACEC Delegate to, the Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee.

Alan Steinle is Vice President of Structural Engineering at VanDemark & Lynch, Inc.  Alan received his BSCE from the University of Delaware in 1970, served on active duty as an Army Corps of Engineers Officer, was the Port Engineer at the Port of Wilmington, Delaware, a project manager with a steel fabrication and erection company, and a structural engineer for a local consulting firm.  In 1993, he founded Steinle Construction Engineers, Inc., which was acquired by V&L in 2011.  As Vice President of Structural Engineering, Mr. Steinle supervises a staff of Professional Engineers preparing design and specifications for renovations, new construction, repairs and improvements for commercial, institutional, residential, industrial and governmental clients.  The staff of Certified Building Plans Examiners has performed over 2,000 project reviews for the New Castle County Department of Land Use for compliance with International Building and Residential Codes since 2000.