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Dan Yeager

Associate Principal, Denver

“What I like about this profession is that we help shape skylines with visually pleasing public and private projects, as well as contribute to the safety of the public."

Having more than eight years of DCI experience, Dan is a natural while working in the firm’s collaborative environment. He maintains a service mentality which brings value to his clients again and again. Advancing from a project engineer to a senior project manager, Dan polished his residential, mixed-use, and office design expertise over the years. His passion for elegant structural design keeps him engaged in finding creative solutions to support complex architectural features in buildings. To increase his career involvement, he chaired the in-house masonry committee.

Dan is a member of the American Concrete Institute, Structural Engineers Association of Colorado, American Institute of Steel Construction, and National Council of Structural Engineers Association. He was a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity – Seattle/King County Chapter, as well as president of the Structural Engineers Association of Washington’s Younger Member Forum – Seattle Chapter.


  • What was your favorite class in college?
    Concrete Design.
  • Name a favorite place, building, or built environment you have recently seen.
    The Denver Art Museum
  • If you weren't an engineer, what would you be?
    A hunting guide in my home state of Nebraska.






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