Micah Pilat

Micah Pilat

Micah Pilat, PE




  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Cleveland State University
  • Pennsylvania State University
  • United States Naval Academy


  • Professional Engineer, Ohio


  • Bridge Inspection, Level 1 & 2
  • Fracture Critical Techniques, Steel Bridges
  • Permit-Required Confined Space Entry


  • Association for Bridge Construction and Design
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • American Mensa

Professional Bio

Mr. Micah Pilat is a Professional Engineer with his experience focused on structures. His areas of expertise include bridge design, bridge rehabilitation, bridge inspection, bridge load rating, public art structural design, temporary industrial structure design, and construction and demolition support design. He is proficient in designs involving reinforced concrete, structural steel, timber, and prestressed concrete. Micah's design skill set includes developing solutions using 3D Finite Element Analysis and fashioning one-off design calculations for unique projects. He has led inspections of major iconic and movable bridges in the Greater Cleveland area including the Detroit-Superior Bridge, Lorain-Carnegie Bridge, Lofton Henderson Memorial Bridge, Akron's North Main High Level Bridge, and various lift bridges over the Cuyahoga River in Downtown Cleveland. Mr. Pilat has extensive experience designing and managing projects from the conceptual stage through construction completion. Micah is committed to the advancement of the structural engineering community by serving in leadership roles in the Association for Bridge Construction and Design and volunteering as a judge for the Summit County Miniature Bridge Building Competition. He currently serves as a Project Manager and member of the Board of Directors for Euthenics.

Personal Bio

Micah grew up in Western Pennsylvania. After graduating from high school, he spent 5 years in the U.S. Navy stationed as far abroad as Tokyo, Japan. Upon completion of his service, he moved back to the United States and resided briefly in both San Diego and Nashville. He moved to Cleveland to be closer to his family and finished his engineering degree at Cleveland State University. In his personal time, he enjoys hiking, cycling, brewing beer, and making custom furniture in his wood shop. Micah also performs charity work through Bike MS as a fundraiser and ride participant.