Gebau :: Consulting Structural Engineers :: Boulder, Colorado
Gebau, Inc.

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING...

“Thank you so much for your quick and professional response to our predicament. Without you, we would not be sleeping well at night for fear of what would happen to the structure. We appreciate you having great patience with us....It turned out great and we couldn't have done it without your support.”

W.P., Colorado

Recent News:

We're Hiring - Structural Engineers Sep 12th — Seeking a Senior PE looking to lead, design, and help our team grow and mature. Excellent opportunities for inspiring projects with a capable and ambitious team. We also have open positions for 2-5 year EITs and Junior PEs.
Please inquire!

We've moved! Jul 1st — After 2 decades on University Hill, we have relocated our offices to 168 Centennial Parkway, Suite 180, Louisville, Colorado. Come see us at our fresh, new digs!

GEBAU, Inc. Celebrating our 40th year in Business! Jan 3rd — Since 1982, we have been Building Legacy by providing high-quality structural engineering services to a variety of architect, developer, homeowner, and contractor clients. As of 2022, we are still going strong!

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Volunteer Day

Dec 31st, 1969

A few Gebau employees again volunteered their time to contribute to the current Habitat construction project on Jay Rd. in Boulder, Colorado.  The new building is a 4-unit wood framed structure fit with high-efficiency construction techniques including structural floor rims (eliminating thermal bridging of headers), roof mounted solar PV collector arrays, and an overall super-tight building envelope. 


From a structural engineering perspective, the building utilizes highly conventional residential construction techniques:  field-built  wood shear walls and floor & roof diaphragms, wood I joist floors, and engineered roof trusses.


We value every opportunity to be invloved in the field and learn from the building community.  On top of our routine field observations, any time we can take a look at the construction process, we try to take away something new.