Featured Projects

Georgia Institute of Technology McCamish Pavilion
Size: 58,000 GSF renovation
Cost: $50,000,000

view case study »

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratory
Size: 420,000 GSF
Cost: $163,000,000

view case study »

The Mansion on Peachtree
Size: 570,000 GSF
Cost: $111,000,000

view case study »

 

Welcome to KSi Structural Engineers

KSi/Structural Engineers is a full service structural engineering firm committed to making our clients more successful. Since our founding in 1999, we have dedicated ourselves to forming productive and profitable relationships with our clients. Many present clients have worked with the firm’s principals for over 15 years. The firm has grown based on our reputation for  providing innovative and practical solutions to our clients' design challenges.

We provide structural engineering services for new facility construction as well as renovation and expansion of existing structures. We also provide evaluations of existing and historic buildings, investigations of distressed or damaged structures, and feasibility studies for proposed facilities. Learn more about usread our case studies, and contact us to find out how we can work together for you.

News

Oct 10, 2013

Congratulations to the project team for the Georgia College & State University Wellness and Recreation Center on receiving a 2013 Facility of Merit award! ""Simple." "Refined." "Restrained." Judges agreed that the Georgia College & State University Wellness and Recreation Center exemplifies understated elegance inside and out." KSi/Structural Engineers is proud to be part of this design team! Learn more: tinyurl.com/loqeufm 

 
Aug 21, 2013

KSi is proud to announce we will be the structural engineer for the new Georgia State University Science Park Phase II as a member of the firm Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum's design team.  This new research facility is anticipated to be 65,700 square feet in downtown Atlanta and adjoin the existing Phase I, Petit Science Center for which KSi was also the structural engineer of record.

Aug 21, 2013

KSi was a member of the design team for the new Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, TN which opened in 2006.  One innovative piece of this project is the elevated convertible seating system which allows the Laura Turner Concert Hall to be transformed from a performance venue to a ballroom by storing the chair wagons under the ballroom floor.  Click here for a video of the amazing transformation.