Demetria Boatwright

S.E., P.E.

Engineer I


Forensic Research

Field Investigative Techniques

Documentation of Structural Components and Distressed Structures

Litigation Support

Demetria Boatwright is a member of RRJ’s structural engineering staff specializing in the evaluation, investigation, and repair design of distressed buildings, and structures.

She has participated in numerous condition assessments and investigation projects involving cast-in-place, precast, and post-tensioned concrete, masonry, steel, and timber structures, including historic timber structures. Her investigative responsibilities consist of structural component surveys, structural strength evaluations, nondestructive testing, building code compliance, and material sampling. Project investigations have included destructive openings; concrete crack and delamination mapping; documentation of distressed connections, steel corrosion, and wood decay; and masonry wall evaluations.

Demetria has also performed structural analysis, finite element modeling, and nonlinear analysis for a range of building types and has provided litigation support services related to structural failures.


Master of Engineering in Structural Engineering
Illinois Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Science in Architecture Engineering
Illinois Institute of Technology

Licensure | Certifications

Structural Engineer, IL

Professional Engineer, WI

Enrolled Professional Engineer Intern, IDFPR Credential ID 061.040079

Construction Documents Technologist (CDT)

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Professional Affliations

Structural Engineers Association of Illinois (SEAOI)

Habitat For Humanity Chicago