Noble Structural Group (NSG) is a structural engineering firm located in Brevard County that specializes in the design of industrial plant facilities and civil infrastructure. NSG also serves multiple municipalities under continuing utility engineering contracts. The firm’s focus in these specialized market sectors has allowed them to build a strong project portfolio, including projects at over 70 water and wastewater treatment plant facilities as well as numerous aerospace and launch-related facilities. Recent projects performed by the firm include the $15.9 million Cocoa Beach WRF Process Conversions, the $6.4 million City of Edgewater WWTP Expansion and Improvements and the new Falcon Heavy Hangar for SpaceX at Kennedy Space Center.
NSG is comprised of experienced professional engineers and designers, whose goal is to work cooperatively with all design team members to produce an efficient solution for each specific project. The firm utilizes state of the art engineering and CAD software and all of its engineers are STAAD Certified.
The firm’s president, Andy Noble, P.E., founded NSG in 2007. As president, Noble oversees design, construction administration and contractual obligations to its clients. Prior to starting his company, he was employed by other local firms that served similar market sectors as ones NSG would eventually target. While with these firms, Noble learned about these specific markets and about engineering business operations. It is there that he developed the groundwork for what would become Noble Structural Group.
“We are a small firm, but as our clients often say, we provide the same, if not better, product than the larger firms but with all the benefits of a small firm, such as lower fees, fast production and accessibility of staff. It is the key reason that we have so many long-lasting client relationships and the key reason for our company’s success,” said Noble.
Noble Structural Group
Andy Noble, President
220 Coral Sands Dr., Suite 3
Rockledge, FL 32955