EAPC is pleased to welcome Jeremy Dahmen, PE to our St. Paul office as a Structural Engineer.

Jeremy earned his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota. Since 2011, Jeremy has worked as a Structural Engineer for Duffy Engineering where he gained experience in the structural design of steel canopy structures, wood and steel framed commercial buildings, post-frame buildings, wood truss repairs, residential building additions, and shallow foundations.

For three years prior, Jeremy was a Structural Engineer for Palanisami and Associates where he created plans, drawings, and specifications for parking ramp structural repairs and rehabilitation. Early in his career, Jeremy was a Staff Engineer for Keystone Retaining Walls where he was responsible for the structural evaluation and drawings of segmental retaining walls. Jeremy also worked as a Design Engineer for USP Structural Connectors, analyzing the design of custom steel connectors and anchors.

I’ve had many unique experiences over the years and what I like best about my career as a structural engineer is the variety of problem-solving opportunities. There are always puzzles to complete and they usually are all quite different in their makeup. I enjoy thinking of new ways a problem can be solved.”

Jeremy says he looks forward to bringing different perspectives to EAPC. “I find satisfaction in making designs work for customers and supporting internal staff.”

“We are excited that Jeremy has joined our EAPC team and for the structural engineering experience he has to offer. Jeremy’s presence in the St Paul office allows EAPC to further expand our engineering services.”  – Sam Wilke

When not in structural engineering mode, Jeremy says he enjoys spending time with his family.

Welcome to EAPC, Jeremy!