Who We Are and What We Believe In

We believe being creative about saving energy (and therefore, saving you money) is an amazingly important part of residential and commercial buildings, and we feel fortunate that we’re able to help owners and everyone in the design and construction industry make our world a slightly better place.

For most people, engineering can seem a little “dry” and “picky”. So, while everyone here at DMA Engineering does super-cool stuff like extended travel, mountain biking, rock climbing, car racing and skiing, our presence is to make the world a better place by providing efficient systems.  We take efficient to mean both our designs and how we run the business.

DMA Engineering is a progressive firm that works hard to balance life and work, and believes our projects should be as unique and interesting as our associates. Since we support the idea of humans having a smaller carbon footprint, a flexible work environment.

We are members of ASHRAE, AIA and the Colorado Green Building Guild.

If you’ve ever wanted to know more about something like a ground source heat pump, photovoltaics, or net zero buildings, email us or call

(303) 732-5559

Our Staff



(303) 596-9644

Steven started DMA Engineering because he felt he could make a difference in the world through his engineering talents: By designing high quality renewable energies for residential and commercial buildings.

Steven is a Colorado native and grew up in the Washington Park neighborhood. While obtaining his undergraduate Mechanical Engineering degree at the University of Colorado at Denver, he worked as a carpenter—providing the hands-on experience needed to understand how a building is really constructed. After graduating, he worked in industry for several years and as an Air Force subcontractor who was responsible for the sustainability of radio frequency antennas. Several years later, he began working for a Colorado commercial kitchen manufacturer, and eventually returned to UC-Denver for a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering and his Professional Engineer’s license. More recently, Steven designed transportation equipment, before starting DMA Engineering in the fall of 2007.


Associate Engineer

Erik grew up in Southeast Denver where he spent summers building homes with his father in the growing suburbs. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at Vanderbilt University, he returned to Colorado to pursue a career in the aerospace industry. While completing a Master’s program at the University of Colorado, Erik’s attention turned to the interesting changes and challenges of the Energy industry. After changing engineering fields, he worked as a contractor for the Department of Energy, specializing in buildings technology, solar photovoltaics, and geothermal energy. He started working for DMA Engineering in 2013.