Founded in 1953, John A. Martin & Associates and its affiliated offices have grown to one of the largest and most highly respected structural engineering firms in the country.

With capabilities in structural design for all project types and sizes, John A. Martin & Associates have completed projects worldwide for both the private and public sectors of industry.

John A. Martin & Associates is comprised of over 400 unique and highly trained individuals, including 80 licensed structural engineers with representative structural/professional registration in all fifty U.S. States as well as Great Britain, Guam and Spain.

JAMA prides itself in providing the design of a structure which maximizes the use of materials, but which also minimizes the structural construction cost by providing a design which is compatible with local construction techniques. Our personnel assigned to projects are experienced in working with, and responding to, the requirements of the architects and contractors.

Through continuing education, our professional staff is kept abreast of the latest design techniques and state-of-the-art procedures. JAMA keeps the architectural concept of projects consistent, reflecting the feeling and mood the architect is seeking to create, while at the same time using a system that is both efficient and economical.

Our extensive, in-depth experience gained on many office and commercial buildings, convention centers, hotels, auditoriums, theatre and entertainment complexes combined with a highly qualified technical workforce and our demonstrated capability in the areas of budgetary/scheduling control, can successfully meet the requirements of any challenging project.

John A. Martin specializes in the following:
  • hotels and casinos
  • stadiums, sports arenas, and racetracks
  • theater and entertainment complexes
  • high and low rise office buildings
  • high and low rise residential complexes
  • convention centers
  • hospitals and medical centers
  • university buildings
  • industrial & maintenance facilities