DCI Engineers Merges With Montana Firm


For Further Information, Contact:
Mark D. Aden, President/CEO


SEATTLE, Washington – June 15, 2017 – DCI Engineers (DCI), a structural and civil engineering firm headquartered in Seattle, Washington, announces the merger of BCE Structural (BCE), a structural engineering firm with offices in Missoula, Bozeman, Billings and Kalispell, Montana. Both organizations share a culture of hard work and love of their profession and will continue a tradition of high quality engineering and dedicated client service throughout the West.

BCE brings extensive experience in heavy timber and bridge projects, along with a broad area of private and public work, adding to DCI’s ever-expanding portfolio and allowing clients to capitalize on both added capabilities and expanded geographic coverage.

About DCI Engineers/DCI+BCE Engineers
DCI Engineers is a nationally accredited and recognized civil and structural engineering firm. Founded in 1988, DCI Engineers now employs more than 300 engineering, technical, and support staff members in 14 offices in Seattle and Spokane, Washington; Portland, Oregon; Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco, California; Austin, Texas; Anchorage, Alaska; and Denver, Colorado; with DCI+BCE Engineers staff in Missoula, Bozeman, Billings and Kalispell, Montana. Employees of DCI Engineers & DCI+BCE Engineers are respected professionals in their specialties, with a solid grounding in practical design. Many of the firm’s engineers hold advanced degrees and have won numerous design awards. For more information about DCI Engineers call 206.332.1900 or visit

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Erin Spaulding

Erin Spaulding, Communications Manager/ Erin comes from a journalism background with an emphasis in feature writing. She enjoys capturing the unique details of a story and is a firm believer that every person (and every project, for that matter) has a story to tell. Erin loves running, fly fishing and learning about unique spaces. Back in Michigan, she owns a little studio condo readapted from an asylum into a mixed-use residential building.

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