About Us

Attention to detail and the importance of personal service by our principals have been key elements in our philosophy. We believe that excellent service provides the most satisfactory professional environment for our design team and gives our clients a value-added product. The staff at Kurzynske & Associates is accustomed to the demands of a highly visible project, the time constraints involved and the deadlines required.

Engineering services include a software library of programs for determining heating and cooling loads, economic and energy analysis, duct design, electrical short circuit analysis, lighting design, piping design, pipe stress analysis, psychometric analysis and various equipment selections. All drawing production is performed with the latest versions of Revit or AutoCad drawing software. During project supervision, construction progress is recorded so as to review with the staff what is taking place in the field.

Philosophy

Kurzynske & Associates has always strived to provide superior engineering design services and documents which are recognized as valuable by owners, architects, facility managers and contractors.  Our mission is to solve HVAC, plumbing and electrical design barriers that trouble people who hire us and those who utilize our documents.  We also firmly believe in treating others as we wish to be treated.  Everyone’s time and resources are treasured commodities which are to be valued as if they were our own.

 We believe that the best way to bring this intent to its fullest value is by being an early member of the project team.  As a result, this approach allows for an early understanding of the client's desires and project needs, which will always contribute to a better engineering design.

History

Kurzynske & Associates was founded in 1957 by Frank Kurzynske.  Frank was a member of the United States Army Air Corps during WW II;  after the war he graduated from Tennessee Tech with a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree from Kansas State University.  He worked for Nashville Bridge Company,  AVCO Aviation and EC Horn Engineers before starting his own consulting engineering office in 1957.  Ownership transferred from Frank to his son Mark in 1995. Frank continued to work on a full-time basis until 2005 and then served as an advisor until 2011.