DCI Engineers, a civil and structural engineering firm, is pleased to announce the following promotions to Associate Principal and Associate.
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.
DCI ENGINEERS WINS WASHINGTON EXCELLENCE IN CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION AWARD FOR GEORGETOWN CROSSROADS
SEATTLE, Wash. – October 4, 2019 – DCI Engineers, Prologis, Sierra Construction, and NELSON were recognized for their tilt-up concrete work on the three-story industrial warehouse project, Georgetown Crossroads. Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association (WACA) honored the project team as the winner of the “Low Rise 1-3 Stories Tilt Up” category. DCI Principal Danielle Jacobs oversaw the primary structural design for this first multi-level commercial warehouse in a dense metropolitan area within the United States.
SEATTLE, Wash. – May 1, 2019 -- DCI Engineers, a civil and structural engineering firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of the following staff to their new prospective roles.
DCI Principal Dick Hemmen has officially announced his retirement from the firm! What that really means is that he will be part-time, wrapping up two small projects, and attending future social company events. DCI Engineers has become such a big a part of his life, walking away completely and disconnecting from the firm would be hard to do, he confessed.
Through the Eyes of an Engineer: Office and retail tenant improvement projects
When there is a TI work request, a tenant of a commercial space – often an office or retail space – requires structural expertise commonly in the form of anchoring for architectural features.
Crafting a fine wine takes careful attention to detail – a little errant bacteria or slight fluctuation in temperature can mean the difference between the finest vintage and undrinkable swill. And as any vintner will tell you, controlling those variables starts with the environment in which the wine is made.
*photo provided by Rollston Frangopoulos.
A little self-reflection never hurt anyone. In an industry that speaks a different language than your average civilian (note the blank looks you get when you bring up dead loads, ductility and deflection at a party), it’s worth asking: what does a structural engineer do?
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