Nathanal (Nate) Salnick has worked on a diverse range of project sizes, building uses, and structural framing systems, ranging from the renovation of historic structures to new mid-rise buildings. A few notable projects include the Francis Scott Key Middle School (LEED Gold, Silver Spring, MD); Aloft Hotels (Franklin, TN and Lincthicum, MD); Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia (Washington, DC); Homewood Suites Hotel (465 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, DC); and the Lansburgh Apartment Building (Major Renovations, Washington, DC). Nate achieved the LEED Green Associate credential in 2011 and leads Holbert Apple Associates’ efforts in the area of environmentally sustainable design and LEED requirements.
Nate is a licensed Structural Engineer in Illinois, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, and Alaska and a licensed Professional Engineer in Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Dakota, Washington State, Iowa, and Vermont. He has been practicing as a structural engineer in the Washington, DC area since 2004. Nate is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a Master of Architectural Engineering (Structural Option) and a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering (Structural Option) and joined Holbert Apple Associates as a Design Engineer. Nate has been a principal with Holbert Apple since 2013.
Nate is also active in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Institute of Steel Construction, the American Concrete Institute, and the U.S. Green Building Council National Capital Region. He is currently a Board Member of the Structural Engineers Association of Metropolitan Washington D.C. and serving on the SEA-MW SEER Committee (Structural Engineers Association of Metropolitan Washington D.C. Structural Engineering Emergency Response).