Stahly Engineering acted as both the lead designer and the structural engineer of record for a 5 story rappelling tower for the Department of Military Affairs (DMA). The structure was comprised of steel concentrically braced frames and partially enclosed with wood planking. The foundation elements included protected with 4 feet of mulched rubber to prevent injury during a potential fall. The tower included a full 50 foot climbing face on one side and cantilevered steel beams on the other to simulate the runners of a helicopter. Stahly used their climbing experience to advise DMA on anchorage techniques and locations to increase the safety and functionality of the tower.