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KIBLER & KIBLER ARCHITECTURE & ENGINEERING
ELI JURISICH, S.E.
Eli Jurisich has been providing structural engineering services in Northern California since 1996. In 2007, Eli joined Kibler and Kibler Architecture and Engineering (K2 A&E). Eli has engineered a wide variety of buildings including hotels, schools, retail, industrial, residential, and offices. Eli has experience engineering buildings constructed with all the common building materials including steel, concrete, masonry, wood, and aluminum.
Prior to joining K2 A&E, Eli worked for two other Northern California engineering offices. During his 11 years in these offices, Eli was a project engineer for a wide variety of projects including: Amerihost Inns, Oxford Suites, Microtel Hotels, the Simpson College Student Services Building in Redding, CA, the Cone Kimball Clock Tower in Red Bluff, CA, and several industrial projects with Lehigh Cement Company and Fintech Precast in Redding, CA.
While attending the California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, CA, Eli worked on a construction crew framing houses. This experience provides Eli with a valuable perspective that helps produce practical and efficient designs.
Eli is an active member of the local structural engineering community. He has served for several years on the board of directors of the Shasta Cascade Structural Engineers Association and maintains memberships in other professional organizations to stay abreast of current trends in structural engineering.
Eli employs powerful structural analysis and design software to produce efficient structural designs. Through his wide variety of experience, Eli has developed a well-rounded knowledge of engineering and construction that are valuable assets to a building’s design team.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Summa Cum Laude
Structural Engineer, California 4718
Civil Engineer, California 59767
Structural Engineer’s Association of California
Shasta Cascade Structural Engineer’s Association