Degenkolb designed the seismic upgrade and tenant improvements for six buildings of a computer facility for HP.
Designed the renovation of UCSC’s Merrill Cultural Center and a portion of the Crown Dining Commons buildings.
Degenkolb designed the seismic retrofit of the $55 million renovation of eight wood framed residence halls at University of California, Santa Cruz’s Crown College.
Providing structural engineering services associated with multiple tenant improvement projects at various campus locations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area for this major technology company.
Degenkolb also assists with renovations and tenant improvements on existing buildings. Our experience ranges from the typical partition, ceiling and furniture anchorage to large MEP equipment upgrades including seismic anchorage and bracing, strengthening of support framing, and major structural alterations. We also get involved in more specialized design including architecturally significant features such as ornate steel stair structures and the mounting and anchorage of sensitive medical equipment. In all cases we can meet or exceed any established design standard.