Featured Projects

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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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

Mar 19, 2015

2015 AIA Georgia People’s Choice Awards

KSi/Structural Engineers is thrilled to be associated with several projects up for AIA Georgia’s 2015 People's Choice Award! This award recognizes outstanding architectural design and honors architects, clients and consultants working together to achieve design excellence.

KSi is part of the design team for: The Danville Family YMCA; Dalton State College – Peeples Hall New Science & Academic Building; Porsche Cars North American Headquarters; Atlanta Tech Village; GSU Outdoor Recreation Facility.

Please visit the link and vote for these outstanding projects!! Voting is open through 5pm on Friday, March 27. 

2015 AIA Georgia People’s Choice Awards

 

Feb 03, 2015

Join KSi/Structural Engineers on March 10th for a panel discussion on the ever-changing advances that impact the operation of Mission Critical facilities at the CMAA South Atlantic Chapter's March Breakfast Meeting - Redefining MISSION CRITICAL for Today & the Future. Registration is now open: http://cmaasac.org

Jan 12, 2015

As we look forward to 2015, KSi says a fond farewell to one of our founding Principals, John Hann. After 30+ years of structural engineering consulting, John has decided to make a career change and pursue other challenges. John will join global reinsurance company Swiss Re in mid-January. We are grateful for his role in helping build KSi/Structural Engineers. Over more than 15 years, John played an important part in the growth and development of KSi.  As John moves on to new challenges, KSi is poised for a strong and bright future. We wish John the best and all success in his new endeavor!