B.S., Architectural Engineering, Michigan State University (2003)
Raised on baseball and high-fives, Jeremy may have left Michigan but has always been a Midwesterner at heart. After graduating from Michigan State University in 2003, Jeremy lived and worked as a structural engineer in Michigan, California, and Colorado. Being immersed early in his career in high seismic regions, working in the Bay Area has shaped his understanding of many different structures, materials, and critical construction details. Wanting to live closer to the mountains, Jeremy moved to Boulder in 2012 where he gained local Colorado structural engineering experience as well as city plan review experience as a building official.
Some of Jeremy’s favorite projects have been working on the Levitt Pavilion Amphitheater, Palo Alto Medical Foundation Campus, Intuit Cook Campus Center, Denver Botanical Gardens Pyramid, Aspen Mountain Rescue facility, a multitude of single-family and multi-family projects, and leading the construction administration efforts for the Denver International Airport Concourse B East expansion. He’s always pushing the necessity of good detailing and seeing these intricate details come to life in real world construction. In other words, he’s an applied science nerd. When not at work, Jeremy likes mountain biking, skiing, spending time with his wife and two kids, and of course playing softball and still giving high-fives.
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