“Structural engineers – and all our partners in the building process – impact every part of the built environment in one way or another. This is the reason DCI emphasizes the collaborative approach to projects. We believe successful projects consider all interests and are best executed in a team environment – that mentality is reflected in the way we approach every project, regardless of size and scope.”
An internship in DCI’s Seattle office paved the way for Jordan’s upward career at the firm. When DCI expanded engineering services to San Francisco, Jordan was part of the founding group to relocate and took on a leadership role in employee development. Jordan’s Bay Area project experience and responsibilities quickly grew with his leading roles in concrete and steel design for prominent high-rise projects, which utilized the Performance Based Design Peer Review Process. Jordan’s portfolio ranges from high-rise and mid-rise residential projects, commercial office, hospitality, mixed-use, tenant improvement, and parking structures.
Jordan’s clients and colleagues appreciate his keen design eye to engineering details. His background on numerous developments with discerning clients allows him to naturally produce efficient design that meet the client’s expectations while maintaining their budget. Jordan is known for completing successful projects because of his active team engagement and timely responses with technical support.
- Where is your hometown? Hoxie, Kansas
- What is your dream project location? San Francisco – what better city to help shape the skyline?
- If you weren’t an engineer, what would you be? Owner of a bar and restaurant in a mountain ski town.