Structural Engineer Denver

Licensed Structural Engineers & Designers
Serving The Front Range

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Welcome to Level Engineering & Inspection

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Licensed Structural Engineers and designers helping Homeowners, Real Estate Agents, and Contractors. Serving Denver Colorado.

We are residential and commercial structural engineers and designers focused on providing engineering and design solutions for homeowners, contractors, and real estate agents in the Greater Denver area.

We do structural and civil engineer and architecture, property inspection, building inspection, forensic engineering, home inspection, commercial building inspection, commercial property inspection, and more.

Whether you have a structural concern, planning to remodel or considering buying a home, Level Engineering is your go-to independent expert for common sense engineering and design solutions.

So, if you’re in need of a licensed residential structural engineer who services homeowners, contractors, and real estate agents in the Greater Denver area, give us a call today at (720) 408-0156.

We love what we do – and look forward to being of service.

How it Works

1

Give us a call or fill out the form below to inform us of your project needs.

2

Speak with our experienced team to schedule your Engineer or Architect.

3

A LEVEL Engineer/Architect will come to your property for inspection/consultation.

4

Move forward with confidence.

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Residential

  • Forensic engineering
  • Special inspections
  • Structural repair
  • Real estate/property eval
  • Property analysis
  • Property inspection
  • Foundation analysis & repair
  • Litigation consulting
  • Architecture
  • New construction

Commercial

  • Forensic engineering
  • Special inspections
  • Structural repair
  • Property analysis
  • Property inspection
  • Foundation analysis & repair
  • Litigation consulting
  • Architecture

Contact

720-408-0156
Call Today to Find Your Local Engineer
In Colorado or fill out the form below

We have 2 offices in Colorado, Denver, and Loveland (main office). Our engineers come to you as long as you’re within the service area. Give us a call!

Meet the Team

The LEVEL team has a combined background of over 150 years of design experience and 40 years of business experience.

Scott A. Zurn, P.E

President
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Anya K. Zurn

Business Manager
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JB Macutay Jr. P.E. S.E.

Snr Managing Engineer
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Zack Ballard, MCE., P.E.

Senior Engineer
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Sheri Nichols, P.E.

Senior Engineer
Bio

Bryan Conkle, P.E.

Senior Engineer
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Chris Johnson, P.E.

Engineer
Bio

Ashley Mendez, P.E., M.S.E.

Engineer
Bio

Justin Fendley, P.E., M.S.E.

Engineer
Bio

Jay Blackburn, P.E.

Engineer
Bio

Liberty L. Janson, P.E.

Engineer
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Steven Norton, P.E​

Engineer
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Clifton Palmer, P.E.

Engineer
Bio

Mustafa Alsaid, P.E., M.S.E.

Engineer
Bio

Rustem Shamsutdinov

Engineer - Miami, FL
Bio

Omar Flores

Architectural Drafter, Denver, CO
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Stuart Lockridge

Operations Manager
Bio

Kyle Vanderveen P.E.

Engineer, Las Vegas, NV​
Bio

Raad Azzawi P.E., MBA

Engineer, Dallas, TX
Bio

Kristen Vasquez

Executive Assistant
Bio

Austin Parsons

Engineer
Bio

Sheri Williams

Accounting Manager
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Taghreed Meften​

Architect
Bio

FAQ

Common Questions

The home inspector cannot practice engineering judgment by regulation. Decision-making regarding structural stability must be done by a structural engineer.

Our engineers are licensed to perform both structural and civil inspections for commercial and residential properties, including: Special inspections, forensic inspections, concrete reinforcement, structural steel, welding, real estate inspections / property analysis, and foundation inspections.

We offer independent assessments and are not trying to sell you on anything. We aim to find the most economical fix for your home and because of that we do charge for the engineer’s time and expertise.

Typically, the city/county codes require extensive information to be included within the plans, such as design specs, wind/snow load information, etc. Due to the requirements needed for these, engineers must often submit their own stamped engineered plans.

First we would schedule an initial site visit for the engineer to come out and inspect the wall. While onsite they will have a verbal consultation going over their findings and recommendations. If the engineer determines that the wall is in fact load bearing, the next step would be for the engineer to create the design plans in order for a contractor to remove the wall.

It’s best for the engineer to look over existing documents or perform a site visit in order to gather the necessary information to provide an accurate estimate.

The engineer that is assigned to your project would be happy to provide you with recommendations for companies or contractors, who can come in and implement the plans created.

We always recommend that the engineer performs a site visit because pictures don’t always capture the full detail and there may be things missing that the homeowner isn’t aware of that could present possible structural concerns.

Depending on the complexity of the project and the engineer’s workload the turnaround is typically 2-3 weeks from the time of the initial appointment.

This can vary depending on the project’s needs. Typically whoever pulls the permit for a home project becomes the GC. If we are hired for the construction work, we will pull the necessary permits for the project. If we are just in for engineering work we won’t typically be involved with the permitting process. However, our engineering team will be happy to make recommendations on how to best move forward after their consultation/plans are completed.