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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.
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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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Fuqua Livery Stables 110 E. Washington Ave.

Fuqua Livery Stables 110 E. Washington Ave.

Services: Structural Design, Construction Document Preparation, Field Observations, and Construction Administration
Completion: 2006

Square Feet:  1300

Owner:  Town of Breckenridge
Structural Systems: New structural steel frame & original timberframe construction

Description: The Colorado Historical Society deemed this 1880's Livery Stable a Historic structure in 2004. Peter Stewart of Stewart Architecture collaborated with our office to develop a unique plan to preserve the historic nature of this building, while reinforcing it to withstand current design snow and wind loads.  

New steel framing integrated with the historical elements was implemented to stabilize the original structure.  Conforming to the goals of the Historical Society while maintaining architectural intent, proved to be a unique, challenging and rewarding experience. 

This 1300 sq.ft livery stable and loft was preserved and remodeled for around $600,000, and also won a state historic preservation award.