DCI Engineers is thrilled to announce the following promotions to Associate Principal and Associate in the Portland, San Francisco, and Spokane offices.
Kyle Holman, PE, SE, has been promoted to Associate Principal. Kyle’s experience providing high-rise residential, hotel, and office tower design is evident throughout the Bay Area. He has helped realize the architectural vision of several milestone projects by leveraging a variety of structural solutions, including performance based seismic design, lateral framing solutions, and emphasis on design details. These projects have included the 49 South Van Ness Office Tower in San Francisco and Miro Towers in San Jose. Kyle demonstrates excellent leadership and is always willing to be a resource for clients and industry partners alike.
Adam Jongeward, PE, SE, has been promoted to Associate Principal in the Portland office. Since joining the firm a decade ago, Adam’s success in project management has elevated his role at the firm and earned him a reputation for producing quality work according to clients, subcontractors, and colleagues. He has refined his technical knowledge about mass timber construction and expanded his project portfolio in designing structural systems for adaptive reuse, healthcare, and higher education buildings. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Structural Engineers Association of Oregon (SEAO). In 2019, Adam was recognized by DJCOregon as a Phenom of the Year, an honor for local professionals leading the building industries in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Jordan Hague, PE, SE, has been promoted to Associate Principal in the San Francisco office. Since he first joined DCI as an intern, Jordan has built a diverse portfolio of projects, ranging from high-rise and mid-rise residential projects to commercial office, hospitality, mixed-use, tenant improvements and parking structures. With a specialty in concrete and steel design, his structural solutions have benefited multiple trade partners, allowing architectural flexibility and cost-efficiency on projects throughout the Bay Area. Some of his most notable projects include Fifteen Fifty (1500 Mission) in San Francisco and the Lakehouse Tower in Oakland, both utilizing Performance Based Design to provide overall structural cost savings.
Kelly Andersen, PE, SE, has been promoted to Associate in the Spokane office. Her vast design and project management experience spans more than a decade at the firm. Her portfolio comprises of mixed-use, remodels, higher education facilities, offices, athletic venues, hospitality, and residential buildings. Kelly developed her engineering expertise while detailing connections and analyzing loads for various concrete, steel, and wood framing systems. Clients rely on her technical insight for construction support, her attention to detail, and professional leadership.