Jeff Densley, PE, SE

Structural Engineering


Master of Science, Structural Engineering, magna cum laude
University of California, San Diego

Bachelor of Science, Structural Engineering, magna cum laude
University of California, San Diego


Structural Engineer, California #5535
Professional Engineer, California #67651
Professional Engineer, Hawaii #17136
Structural Engineer, Utah #10318434-2203
Professional Engineer, Montana #74131
Professional Engineer, Washington #23013980


American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)
Structural Engineers Association of California (SEAOC)
Structural Engineers Association of San Diego (SEAOSD)


Jeff has over 20 years of structural design experience. He is responsible for reviewing plans and specifications, producing technical design reports, and delivering project-specific presentations. As a project manager, he is accustomed to coordinating with other consultants during all phases of design and construction. His project experience includes the Saint Teresa of Calcutta Villa, Mesa College Social and Behavioral Sciences Building and numerous other DSA projects for K-12 and community college institutions.

Get to know Jeff

What are your hobbies outside of work?

“Surfing is my passion, but snowboarding and gardening are my hobbies.”

What skill would you like to learn most?

“Woodworking. There’s just something about making something out of wood that can be both beautiful and useful.”

What is the one thing that instantly makes your day better?

“A surf session followed by a nice cup of freshly ground coffee.”

What are you most thankful for?

“My wife and daughter.”

Do you have a hidden talent?

“I used to practice catching fly balls barehanded during baseball practice in high school, and it has allowed me to catch two foul balls at Padres games (including one off the bat of Tony Gywnn).”