Clint Rex is a Vice President in the Atlanta, Georgia office. His responsibilities include client relations, design, coordination of projects, and overseeing a team of engineers, modelers and detailers. Clint has experience with new building projects from single-story to high-rise that utilize wood, masonry, light gage steel, structural steel, and high performance concrete in addition to renovations and additions to existing buildings. His projects have been in the categories of forensic investigations, steel erection consulting, condition assessments, renovation of historic structures, housing, hospitality, retail, mixed use, office, healthcare, stadiums, parking, convention centers, education, and clubhouses. He has been with Stanley D. Lindsey & Associates, Ltd. since 1996, and prior to that worked two years in construction management and environmental engineering.
Clint received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and Master of Science in Civil Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). He is a member of the Structural Engineering Certification Board (SECB) and is a registered Professional Engineer in Alabama, Georgia, Ohio, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
Clint is a member of AISC, ASCE/SEI, LGSEA, SEAOG, AWS, and NCEES. Outside of the office he is involved as a Cub Scout den leader and serves as the director of construction for his church’s annual Bethlehem Walk production.
Clint is a well known expert in the area of steel structures and has given lectures around the country on behalf of the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) to both engineers and architects. He is currently a member of two task committees that help write the steel design specification published by AISC, as well as a member of the AISC Seismic Manual Committee. He serves as secretary of the American Society of Civil Engineers subcommittee on the design of steel structures.