DCI Engineers is pleased to announce the following leadership changes.
JANUARY 7, 2020 -- The Livermore Railroad Depot Rehabilitation and Relocation project has been awarded to receive the 2019 Governor’s Historic Preservation Award.
Originally constructed in 1892, the building served as the transit ticketing office and waiting area at the Livermore Transit Center before it was shuttered in the early 1960s. The City purchased the structure in 2007 and in July 2017, DCI Engineers was part of a team that included architect Page & Turnbull which helped restore the depot for a half-mile move to its new location.
We worked extra hard last year, and our efforts are getting national recognition! DCI is ranked #328 in Engineering News-Record’s Top 500 Design Firms this year! We surpassed last year’s 342nd ranking.
Based in Irvine, DCI Principal Sandra Biddulph has more than 20 years of experience in structural engineering and possesses knowledge of a full range of design materials and building types, as well as an excellent understanding of current building codes and regulations. Her experience includes seismic and structural design of various steel, concrete, masonry, and wood building structures. She has been involved in the lateral system development for significant
DCI Engineers' project, the "M" was featured in the Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living magazine in an article written by Rose Bechtold, Communications Specialist. The M, formerly a Macy’s department store, is now a readapted 370,000-sf mixed-use building. The single structure comprises of retail levels on the first two floors, and a combination of commercial and residential levels for the above-grade floors. One building section is 11-stories (former Macy’s building), while another section (Wraight building) is eight-stories.
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