Sarah Appleton, PE, SE

Joined Wallace Design Collective in 2009

“There is always more than one way to solve any problem. I love working to find the way that enhances a project and helps a client achieve their goals.”



You Might Not Know:

Sarah comes from a large family and has over 65 first cousins… she can name all of them!

Notable Achievement:

Sarah helped Southeastern Assistance in Healthcare raise over $190,000 while she and her husband served as honorary chairs of their annual charity event. The money raised goes to provide financial support to cancer patients for their non-medical expenses.


Sarah received her Bachelor of Architectural Engineering and Master of Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University. She is a licensed Structural Engineer in Georgia and three other states and a licensed Professional Engineer in nine states.

Her project management and engineering design experience includes educational, healthcare, commercial and retail, multifamily residential, high-end residential, and industrial facilities. Her project experience includes rehabilitation, remodel and additions to existing structures as well as new construction.

She is a member of Structural Engineers Association of Georgia and is a Board Member of the Southeastern Assistance in Healthcare. She previously served on the Kansas State University Architectural Engineering Advisory Council Board, National Council of Structural Engineering Associations, and the Society for Marketing Professional Services Atlanta Board.

Notable Projects

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