“Even though these structures don't exist, the work and design knowledge that goes into them, and the way that they're brought to life on the big screen deserves to be celebrated,” Roblez Matthew Roblez, S.E., SECB said.
SANDY, Utah (PRWEB) April 19, 2018
In honor of the upcoming release of Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War, McNeil Engineering, a Sandy, Utah-based engineering firm is celebrating the structural engineering marvels of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a feature blog post on the company's website that explains some of the more amazing feats of engineering featured in the movie.
Infinity War is the unprecedented culmination of 10-years of hard work, dedication and complex storytelling. Since the debut of Iron Man in 2008, audiences all over America have fallen in love with Marvel's stable of superheroes. Each release is met with greater fanfare than the last, and the stakes are always pushed higher.
“A lot of our team members are big fans of the Marvel superhero movies, so we thought it would be fun to provide our clients and business friends with a breakdown of some of the cool structural engineering feats highlighted in the various films,” Matthew Roblez, S.E., SECB said.
“Even though these structures don't exist, the work and design knowledge that goes into them, and the way that they're brought to life on the big screen deserves to be celebrated,” Roblez said.
McNeil Engineering is currently hard at work on a number of projects all over the Western United States, building upon their expertise, dedication, and commitment to customers. Visit their website for a full portfolio of work.
About McNeil Engineering
For 35 years, McNeil Engineering has provided comprehensive design services including civil engineering, structural engineering, land surveying, high-definition scanning (HDS), landscape architecture and consulting services to the private and public sectors. The company is committed to delivering timely, responsive and economical design solutions to each and every one of their clients. For McNeil Engineering, project deadlines are an absolute, not a goal. For more information visit https://mcneilengineering.com/contact/mcneil-engineering/