Cameron Ballantyne

Title: PE; Senior Project Engineer
With AUE Since: 2014

Cameron Ballantyne has experience in structural and civil engineering. Cameron’s main experience is in the design of window mullions as well as glass handrails and walls. He currently manages all projects pertaining to window mullion design including standard storefronts and curtain walls, unitized systems for high-rise buildings, and blast loading window mullions from the drafting through construction phases.

Cameron also has extensive experience in glass design in applications ranging from typical storefronts and curtain walls to glass handrails and glass floors. He has also worked on multiple ground up buildings in both metal stud and wood constructions. Cameron experience also includes as-built structures, residential aluminum decks, as well as various seismic bracing and anchorage for mechanical units and piping. Cameron has worked on projects all across the US.


BS in civil engineering from Gonzaga University – 2013

Noteworthy Projects:
Cedar Hills Building 16 and Building 21 – Beaverton, OR
Starbucks 62 & Shady Oak – Minneapolis, MN
710 Wilshire Blvd Mullions / Handrails – West Hollywood, CA
Spectrum Glass Metal Building Retrofit – Woodinville, WA
Hudson Bay Company Rideau – Ottawa, Ontario
Saks Off 5th Ave Rideau – Ottawa, Ontario
Storefront and Curtainwall Mullion Design – Nationwide
Twentynine Palms Blast Mullions – Twentynine Palms, CA
Spring District Aluminum Decking – Bellevue, WA
The London West Hollywood – West Hollywood, CA