Maintenance and repair are inevitable despite careful designs and large investments of money and time. The increase in inclement weather in Denver and the Metro Area, especially heavy rain, has hit local homes and businesses hard. Foundation cracks due to settling, wood damage from unforeseen water infiltration, structural damage to sills and beams and other problems need to be identified and addressed immediately.

Our building investigations, evaluations, and reports assist in appraisal of property safety. We work in conjunction with contractors and surveyors to facilitate changes of ownership or essential repair work. This expert, licensed, and independent analysis gives you the information you need to make sound decisions that will make repairs last.

Our job revolves around ensuring strong, stable structural loads in all areas of residential or commercial buildings. Improper use of materials and design during new construction can lead to huge headaches down the line. We've built up analysis skills over our years of experience to quickly resolve current structural deficiencies. Dante Engineering proposes practical, cost-effective repair solutions that will save you money in the future.

New Construction

Dante Engineering specializes in the structural design of residential and low-rise commercial buildings. 

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Dante Engineering specializes in the evaluation and analysis of existing structures

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Your building is one of your biggest investments and it will require occasional maintenance and repair.

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  • They did exceptional work.  Bret always responded quickly and provided fast, professional service without sacrificing integrity.

    - Nicole, homeowner

  • The design solution they came up with for the structural repair my client needed worked great.  We will be calling Dante Engineering again!

    - Mike, contractor

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Structural Engineering / Unbiased Opinion

You hired a licensed home inspector to inspect a home you’re interested in, they found a crack in the foundation. The home inspector suggests to... Learn more