News

20 YEARS OF STRONG DESIGN

January 29, 2021
Categories: CSi News, News

In January of 2001, Dany Tremblay opened Canyons Structural Consulting. His ambitions were simple. He wanted to do what he loved and have more time to be with those he loved. He made that happen when he opened his office in the front room of his family home. A lot has changed in 20 years. […]

Announcing New Associate – Courtney Fleming

August 27, 2020
Categories: CSi News

Canyons Structural Inc is proud to announce that Courtney Fleming has been promoted to an Associate. Courtney’s growth as an engineer and project manager have proven he is ready for his new role which will help lead out the growth of Canyons Structural.  Courtney earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Utah […]

Our Role in a Big Community Venture

August 14, 2020

Pamela’s Place is an apartment complex, community center, and health clinic to permanently house and provide services for those who are experiencing homelessness. We got a sneak peek of this facility just a few weeks before they are planned to open to their first residents in September of 2020. The staff of the Housing Authority […]

Essential Industry in Shaky Times – The Heroes in Plaid Shirts

May 29, 2020
Categories: Seismic

In early March of 2020, nonessential businesses around the state were closing due to COVID 19 concerns. As an essential business, CSi (Canyons Structural Inc) kept working, most employees worked remotely or in the field. On March 18th the greater Salt Lake Valley was shaken by a 5.7 magnitude earthquake. This was the strongest earthquake in the […]

Alpine Masterpiece

May 2, 2019
Categories: Custom Homes

Our project manager, Courtney, and his team enacted some innovative engineering to help this project come to life. As always, Upwall Design has taken their art very seriously in creating this beautiful custom home for its Alpine residents. We are grateful to be a part of the team with Upwall Design and Hobble Creek Construction. […]

Haiti: Fostering the Practice of Structural Engineering

April 24, 2019
Categories: Seismic

Written: March 11, 2019 Ask most north Americans what they know about Haiti and they will tell you that it is a very poor country that appears to frequently make the news for its exposure to various natural and socio-political calamities.  A few of us have a vague notion that it has been politically and […]

Pamela’s Place Breaks Ground

April 18, 2019
Categories: Mixed Use - Housing, News

“the clearest sign yet that when our hearts are in the right place and when we have the right people at the table, anything is possible.” Thanks to @sltrib for putting the spotlight on the Pamela’s Place project. We are proud to be a part of the team making this project a reality. https://www.sltrib.com/news/2019/04/18/pamelas-place-new-housing/

Happy Anniversary Cambria

March 18, 2019
Categories: CSi News

Firm VP Cambria Flowers celebrates 16 years at Canyons Structural Cambria M. Flowers, SE, VP, and Partner at Canyons Structural celebrates 16 years as an integral leader on the CSi team. As always, Cambria continues to impress the community with her intelligence in her profession and her dedication to being an exemplary human being. What […]

Meridian Multi-Family Reaching Completion

May 23, 2018
Categories: Multi-Family Housing, News

One of the many multi-family projects that we are grateful to have contributed our structural engineering services as part of the design team.  Thanks to Architecture Belgique for their subpurb leadership of this team, and thanks to Kier Construction  for their excellent team work and craftsmanship. Address – 1850 W North Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84116 (2) […]

Project Open Revolutionizing Affordable Housing

May 18, 2018
Categories: Multi-Family Housing, News

Congratulations to Chris Parker and his carefully appointed team of visionaries for offering Salt Lake a new approach to affordable living. We are honored to have been a small contributor to Project Open, a revolutionary concept by GIV Development.  Learn more through the article below: https://www.sltrib.com/news/2018/05/14/gehrke-this-project-could-serve-as-a-blueprint-for-desperately-needed-livable-affordable-housing-in-salt-lake-city/