Set up in 1963 by Eugene Cole and Jimmie Yee, Carl Schubert joined the company in 1964, forming the foundation for today's CYS Structural Engineers. This partnership has grown into one of the main consulting structural engineering companies in Northern California and a foremost specialist in seismic engineering design.


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  City Sacramento, CA
  Zip Code 95833
  Address 1760 Creekside Oaks Drive # 280
  Phone Number (916) 920-2020

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Covering two full blocks in Sacramento, this $250 million expansion project contains two levels of below-grade parking supporting separate four-story and six-story buildings. Other features include. Working with one of the world's most influential architectural firms, Gwathmey, Siegel & Associates Architects out of New York, CYS provided structural engineering services for the new 125,000 SF expansion of the first art museum established in the Western United States. The Health Systems Education Building consists of two structurally separate, plan irregular, four-story buildings totaling approximately 120,000 SF.


Our story actually begins in 1963 when Eugene Cole and Jimmie Yee paired up to open one of the few structural engineering offices in Sacramento, Cole and Yee Structural Engineers. Ken Luttrell was the very first employee of the firm. When Carl Schubert became a partner, the name of the firm changed to Cole, Yee, Schubert & Associates. Early accomplishments of the firm include the first building renovation in Old Sacramento, Sutter General Hospital, Capitol Bank of Commerce, the original NBA Arco Arena, Sacramento Convention Center, and UCDMC Cancer Center.


CYS is one of the leading California structural engineering consulting firms providing services for the built environment. We have extensive experience with structural design of new buildings, historic restorations, seismic evaluation and rehabilitation, peer review and expert witness.


CYS provides design and management of building projects utilizing our proven control systems that are essential for effective project management. Implementing these systems resulted in our successful management of a $161 million prison facility, which was completed on time, within budget and with the least number of RFI's and change orders in the owner/agency's recent history.