The building must stand. But what does it stand for?
Designing buildings that can adapt to whatever tomorrow brings must first stand the test of time. With the foresight only achievable with the combined perspectives of a uniquely experienced and creative team, our structural engineers design spaces that are safe and resilient, while creating environments that can adapt to everchanging needs. Why create structures that merely remain, when you can build ones that remain relevant far into the future?
Innovation for better healing and well-being
Project: Presbyterian Hospital Patient Tower Addition
A new patient tower for Presbyterian Hospital maximizes space and wellness in downtown. The building serves patients and staff with…
Public service made easy
In Progress: Maricopa County Administrative Building Renovation
This project consolidates Maricopa County staff and services to better serve the community. By relocating the county’s permitting departments, the…
Bringing people who care together
Project: The Presbyterian Rev. Hugh A. Cooper Administrative Center
Known as “The Coop”, the facility is home to over 2,100 Presbyterian Healthcare Services (PHS) employees. Completed mid-2014, the PHS…
Learning to care for the whole person
Project: Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine
Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM) is situated adjacent to Idaho State University’s Health Sciences Center in Meridian, Idaho. The…
Becoming empaths and osteopaths
Project: Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) is a first-of-its-kind, privately funded medical school located on the campus of New…
For pep rallies and Petri dishes alike
Project: Vega ISD High School
Vega school district has always been a K-12 campus under one roof. DPS designed the comprehensive new high school addition…
Don't call it a bank
Project: First Financial Credit Union Office Building
First Financial Credit Union (FFCU) has been serving the community for over 80 years and during that time it has…
Built to serve
Project: Bernalillo County @ Alvarado Square
Bernalillo County’s headquarters brings staff together to better connect with constituents. The building accommodates over 800 employees and provides access…
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