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

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

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

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Jan 19, 2017

KSi Atlanta has a new address!

KSi's Atlanta office will relocate to a new office space over the weekend.  We will be open for business at our new location on Monday, January 23rd.  Please note our new address for your records:

Dec 20, 2016

Coda Breaks Ground

Coda Tech Square will be an approximately 750,000-square-foot, mixed-use building containing office space, research labs, retail and a data center. The design will incorporate the existing Crum & Forster Building, a 1926 office building owned by the Georgia Tech Foundation. The ground level features extensive public space, ideal for this location, joining the Georgia Tech campus with the popular Midtown neighborhood of Atlanta.

KSi's President, Kurt Swensson, Principal, Eric Blackmore and Business Development Manager, Jeanie Janson were on hand for the official groundbreaking ceremony of Coda, a 21-story mixed-use development to rise at Spring and 4th streets. The $375 million development is expected to be complete in 2019.

Check out this video of highlights from the ceremony.  You may also learn more about the project here: Construction Begins on Transformational Coda Project


KSi/Structural Engineers is performing the Structural Engineering for this impressive project. Congratulations to the entire team on this milestone! DPR Construction, John Portman & Associates, Integral Group, Inc.Terracon

Oct 10, 2016

Georgia State Research Science Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Georgia State University officially opened the new Research Science Center. The new six-story center provides additional research floors for Georgia State's growing biomedical teams and projects. The project also includes a new Pedestrian Bridge, connecting the new Research Science Center with the existing Petit Science Center.  The building was designed by HOK and built by Holder Construction. BSA LifeStructures and DPR Construction designed and built-out several floors of the center, including the Pedestrian Bridge. KSi/Structural Engineers provided Structural Engineering services for the entire project. View the Ribbon Cutting album here:


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