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

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“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

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We're Hiring - Structural Engineer May 7th — 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.
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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!

On The Boards Jun 16th — Exciting New Project Collaboration with Tabberson Architects for a new anchor building in a community center park - a 5000 sq. ft. restaurant/tavern, with ample covered exterior seating, all with exposed heavy timber.

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JATC - Iron Workers Apprenticeship School

Services: Structural Design, Construction Document Preparation, and Construction Administration
Architect: RVP - Architecture
Square Feet: 17000+/- SF
Completed: 2010
Structural Systems: Reinforced CMU, Steel Bar Joist, Steel Beams on Concrete Foundation Walls on Concrete Piers

Description:
This unique building provides the structure for the apprenticeship school for future Steel Workers. This facility's multi roof levels are framed with Steel Bar Joist supported by reinforced CMU bearing and shear walls.  Conventional concrete stem walls on concrete drilled piers provided the foundation support. In addition to typical structural services, Gebau consulted on the framing for a mock steel building within this facility. The mock up was designed to be constructed  and then deconstructed by the student body and it exemplifies the flexibility of steel with several different connections. The mock up provides a place for Apprentices to hone the essential skills necessary in the steel erection process.