Cambria M. Flowers, PE, SE

Cambria M. Flowers, PE, SE

August 13, 2020

With a 15-year employment history in 3 different states, efficiently generating designs, evaluating structures, and solving critical problems, Cambria brings a broad perspective to the field of structural engineering. She strives to enhance the profession by keeping up with and utilizing modern analysis methods, product innovations, as well as out-of-the-box design approaches as driven by the vision of her clients. Possessing a keen attention to detail, she provides leadership at CSI, as her company participates in the economic forward momentum currently underway.

Cambria is also a founder of Integrated Building Solutions, a building envelope consulting firm.  By leveraging her years of experience in the design industry, Cambria is able to fulfill a growing need for design and building professionals alike.

B.S., Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, 1999
B.A., German, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, 1999
M.S., Structural Engineering, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, 2000

1999: Structural Engineering Intern, JR Harris & Company, Denver, CO
2000: Associate Engineer, Veco Alaska, Incorporated, Anchorage, AK
2000-2002: Project Engineer, Reaveley Engineers & Associates, Salt Lake City, UT
2002-2003: Project Engineer, CTS Engineering., Salt Lake City, UT
2003 on: Structural Engineer/Partner, Canyons Structural Consulting, Salt Lake City, UT

When Cambria joined CSI, she found her niche, spending most of those 13 years engineering custom-residential structures. She loves the power of choice in the design world; she loves the extremes that come from owners, architects, and contractors dreaming big, leading to sharpened pencils and skills; and she loves using new “green” products to save money, energy, and our world.

Marriage and motherhood have brought Cambria the greatest happiness in life. Her husband, son, and daughter embody her everyday world.  She has an active travel bug and some favorite vacation experiences have been: running up the ruins in Chichen Itza Mexico with friends, running in the Newport, OR marathon with family, sea kayaking in New Zealand with her husband, and riding the Seven Dwarfs Mine Ride in Disneyworld with her children.  Cambria finds peace of mind in weekly runs and enjoys ramping it up by participating in races.  She also finds joy in volunteering and helping others through her active membership with the L.D.S. church. She has had many leadership roles therein, but she prefers teaching and mentoring children.  She is excited to see how their vitality guides us all into the future.

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