Anthem Structural Engineers opens 2nd office in Steamboat |

Anthem Structural Engineers opens 2nd office in Steamboat

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Boulder-based engineering firm Anthem Structural Engineers has expanded in its ninth year of operation to open a second office in Steamboat Springs.

The new office will allow the firm, operating in both the commercial and residential sectors, to better serve their mountain-based clients and also expand upon their employee benefits.

“We have several long-standing clients in Colorado’s mountain community, two right here in Steamboat already,” said Derek Henderson, a founder and principal at Anthem, in a news release. “As this particular mountain market continues its growth, we are excited to be able to serve the architects, builders, developers and homeowners here for their structural design needs.”

As part of its expansion, the firm has brought Charlie Roos, a full-time licensed engineer, on staff to help lead the office. He has more than six years of experience as a licensed structural engineer and project manager and several years of experience working in the construction industry.

Roos and his family are full-time residents of Steamboat.

“I’m truly excited to be helping the Anthem team make this expansion move,” Roos said in a news release. “Our firm has a tremendous roster of structural engineers and designers with expertise in a wide array of structural systems.”

Henderson and his family split their time between Boulder and Steamboat.

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