Studio NYL Opens Office in Colorado Springs

Studio NYL served as the structural engineer on VF Corporation's headquarters in Downtown Denver. Photo credit: OZ Architecture

Studio NYL, a leading Denver-based structural engineering and façade design firm, recently opened its third Colorado office at 532 North Tejon Colorado Springs.

“Studio NYL has been working on projects and collaborating with architects in Colorado Springs since our first year in business. We recognized that being physically closer to our clients not only enhances the design process, it fuels our collaborative nature and enables us to do our best work,” said Julian Lineham, PE, co-founder and principal of Studio NYL. “Our new Colorado Springs office will provide a much higher level of access to our team, which will allow us to serve our clients and projects more efficiently. Even the most humble projects need great structural design to reach their highest potential.”

“This is all about our commitment to Colorado Springs and our clients here. Some of the firm’s best work has developed from our relationships here,” said Chris O’Hara, co-founder and principal of Studio NYL. “The office gives us the opportunity to collaborate more closely with our colleagues here and be more accessible to project sites during construction.”

Studio NYL recently opened an office in Denver and has a satellite office in Boston, which was established to serve its East Coast clients.

Notable projects currently in the design phase in Studio NYL’s Colorado Springs office include a pool enclosure for Cheyenne Mountain Resort, a new entry sign for Colorado Springs, The Olympic City, and multiple projects at St John’s University in Collegeville, MN. Notable completed projects in the region include Colorado College’s El Pomar Athletic Center, the Grizzly Grill at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Pikes Peak Gateway Renovation, Pikes Peak Community College Theatre renovation, and five projects at the Broadmoor. The firm has also completed projects around the world ranging from small private residences to high rises and stadiums.

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