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T&S Structural Engineers has been providing innovative structural designs for multi-family architecture since 1994, including condominium, apartment, studio, and live/work complexes. We also provide structural solutions for low-income housing, senior housing, senior care facilities and housing for those with special needs.
Stella is an expression of the future of multi-family housing.
Contemporary multi-unit condominium complex in Palm Springs includes 3 sets of two-story buildings.
Hampton Court I & II
This 15-unit artist-in-residence project in Venice, California.
North Venice Studios
16-unit artist-in-residence project is designed to provide flexible live/workspaces for local artists.
A combined hotel and luxury condominium complex, Dolphin Bay is a 70-unit resort perched on a cliff above the Pacific in Shell Beach.
Santa Fe Village
Six Spanish styler residences and seven duplex townhomes on the Mesa in Santa Barbara.
Designed for the People's Self Help Housing Corporation, this senior living apartment complex in Paso Robles features 29 one-bedroom units.
A public scenic view corridor preserves views from Highway One towards the ocean and Morro Rock.
Montebello Estates creates a community of single-family residences ranging from 2,500 - 2,900 square feet.
Vista Nueva Apts
A 3-building apartment complex designed for the non-profit A Community of Friends.
Manse on Marsh
T&S Structural Engineers were hired to redesign the mat foundation and reinforced concrete parking deck in order to save the client money on construction costs.
Cortina D'Arroyo Grande
This senior housing complex of 108 units on Courtland and Grand Avenue in Arroyo Grande features 62,500 square feet of residential space.
A three-story 26,000 square foot apartment complex in Anaheim, includes 23 units of affordable housing.
This 44 unit residential mixed-use project includes street-level retail, multiple levels of underground parking, and affordable housing in Santa Monica.
The Fedora building is a three-story unreinforced masonry structure in central Los Angeles rehabilitated by the no-profit group, A Community of Friends.
The building was remodeled to provide quality low-income housing in central Los Angeles for the non-profit group A Community of Friends.