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CPP is the first and largest U.S. based consulting firm to provide Wind Engineering consulting services to Architects and Engineers. Our founders helped create the tools and methods that remain the standard of the industry. Today, CPP provides industry-leading wind consulting services for projects around the world with wind tunnel facilities in Fort Collins, Colorado and Sydney, Australia. When you know how wind affects our world, your buildings can be safer, more comfortable, and more efficient.

CPP’s principals remain committed to transforming the state-of-the-art in Wind Engineering services by providing their clients with the information necessary to design safe and sustainable structures. This includes providing design guidance that minimizes structural material requirements; optimizes the use of outdoor spaces for their intended use; reduces energy consumption in ventilation systems while meeting or exceeding indoor air quality standards; and maximize the potential for renewable energy generation.

Jeff Reifschneider

2400 Midpoint Dr.
Unit 190
Fort Collins, CO 80525
United States


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