Roger Heeringa

Seattle Chapter Member Treasurer

DCI Engineers, Principal | Seattle, United States


Roger L. Heeringa is a principal at DCI Engineers, a structural and civil engineering firm based in Seattle, Washington. His experience in the design of economic and efficient structures has earned him many loyal, repeat clients among contractors, architects, and developers. His engineering expertise is apparent in all building types he has overseen, particularly for the Fifteen Fifty in San Francisco, California and The Independent in Austin, Texas. Roger has designed projects throughout the United States, Mexico, and Canada. His well-rounded knowledge of all construction types enables him to consider the advantages of different framing systems for a client’s project. He has been with DCI since 1989and advanced through leadership positions. In 2007, Roger took the role of co-president and chief operating officer for the firm and grew the firm’s business. In 2021, he returned to a managing…

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Roger Heeringa

CTBUH Designated Expert


Seattle Chapter, Treasurer (2018 – Present)

20 October 2018

Record Numbers Convene at 2018 Leaders Meeting

CTBUH Leaders convened on Day 1 of the 2018 Middle East Conference for updates on the year's developments and to plan for 2019.

20 October 2018

Regional Representatives Meet at 2018 Middle East Conference

CTBUH Chapters, Regional Representatives, and Future Leaders Committees met during the Middle East Conference for a discussion on the Council's regional growth and global initiatives.

29 October 2017

CTBUH 2017 Conference Delegates Attend Tall Timber Workshop

Delegates gathered in the offices of Arup in Sydney to participate in the Tall Timber Workshop, which included 14 presenters speaking on topics relevant to the tall timber industry.

18 April 2017

CTBUH Seattle Debates HALA’s Impact on Downtown Development

The annual CTBUH Seattle Spring Forum featured a panel discussion examining and interpreting the impact of Seattle’s "HALA" on future downtown development.

10 September 2014

Urban Habitat Around the Biggest Transportation Hub in Cascadia

Leading practitioners will present and discuss the evolving potential and promise of transit-oriented development in the King Street Station / Chinatown-International District area.