Jeremy’s interest in structural engineering goes back to his days exploring his dad’s construction sites, learning the basics of precast concrete and shear walls. Today, he has a strong aptitude for industrial projects including medium and large industrial, commercial, municipal, educational, and historical structures. He has held leading roles in the rehabilitation of older food plants for new processing and packing lines for clients around the country and has led teams of engineers and architects in the design and management of new manufacturing additions. Jeremy earned a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University and a Master’s degree from the University of Minnesota. He is also a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program, where he honed skills in marketing, networking, accounting, and recruiting. He is committed to structural safety and cost-effective performance, while providing big-picture thinking, problem-solving, and successful client projects.
- 240,000-square-foot retail space in a high seismic area with a complex architectural design
- 400,000-square-foot high school with a cantilevered masonry façade for architectural effect
- 25,000-square-foot addition to an industrial manufacturing facility with multiple high-capacity crane rails