Kevin G. Zucco


Kevin G. Zucco

SE, LEED AP, Executive Principal

Since 1993, Kevin Zucco has performed structural design and analysis of public, commercial, residential, and educational facilities. Kevin applies his experience and enthusiasm for the public, education and winery industries to designing buildable and reliable structures with coherent and practical construction documents to meet all architectural design features. Many new fire station projects, a largely subterranean winery, a new community college library and science buildings add to his recent experience.

Versatility in design and materials exemplifies Kevin’s work which includes the use of BIM technology, pre-cast concrete wall panels, rammed earth walls, and structural insulated panels (SIP). He is also adept in the use of ASCE31/41 evaluations of existing buildings for reuse. Kevin is committed to sustainability, having contributed to the published article for the 2008 SEAONC Convention: “Consideration of Building Performance in Sustainable Design: A Structural Engineer’s Role.”

Publicly, Kevin has presented his expertise in fire station design to the City of San Francisco’s public works department, served on the AIA local chapter Board of Directors, attended AIA National Convention to present a resolution for Allied member bylaws changes, and expanded on AIA’s research and education arm by serving on the California Architects Foundation (CAF) Board of Regents. Kevin serves on ZFA’s Board of Directors, which allows him direct access to company direction and policies.


Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo


  • California SE 4861
  • North Carolina PE 040602
  • Pennsylvania PE 081548
  • Texas PE 113748
  • California Department of Emergency Services (Cal/EMA) Disaster Services Worker Safety Assessment Program ID#10826
  • United States Green Building Council LEED AP
  • National Council of Examiners for Engineering & Surveying (NCEES)


  • Structural Engineers Association of Northern California (SEAONC)
  • SEAONC Sustainable Design Committee Member
  • American Institute of Architects – Allied Member
  • American Institute of Architects – Redwood Empire Board Member
  • California Architects Foundation – Board of Regents
  • Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce – Advocacy Council
  • International Code Council
  • American Institute of Steel Construction
  • City of Santa Rosa Design Review Board
  • City of Santa Rosa Board of Building Regulation Appeals
  • 2009 Leadership Santa Rosa, Class XXIII
  • 2009 North Bay Top 40 Professional Under 40

Selected Experience:

  • College of Marin – New Academic Center, Kentfield, CA
  • Yuba Community College – Clear Lake Campus, Clear Lake, CA
  • Roseland Creek Elementary School, Santa Rosa, CA
  • Minnie Cannon Elementary School, Middletown, CA
  • Historical Grace Episcopal Church, St. Helena, CA
  • Yountville Town Hall Historic Seismic Retrofit, Yountville, CA
  • San Mateo Fire Station #24, San Mateo, CA
  • Moraga-Orinda Fire Station #43, Orinda, CA
  • Cloverdale Fire Station, Cloverdale, CA
  • Napa Headquarters Fire Station #1 Seismic Retrofit, Napa, CA
  • United States Forestry Service Bristlecone Visitor’s Center, Bishop, CA
  • Sonoma County Architect Hazard Mitigation Studies, Sonoma County, CA
  • Sonoma County Superior Courts, Santa Rosa, CA
  • Law Family Winery, Paso Robles, CA
  • Foley Johnson Winery, Rutherford, CA
  • Sonoma Cutrer Winery, Windsor, CA
  • Century Theaters (20-plex to 14-plex theaters), 10 western states sites
  • Hollywood Theaters (18-plex to 10-plex movie theaters) 4 nation-wide sites
  • Ongoing high tech campus work at Medtronic, JDSU and Agilent, Santa Rosa, CA
  • Rausch Street Historic Warehouse Multi-Story Mixed Use, San Francisco, CA
  • 360 Sixth Street Multi-Story Mixed Use, San Francisco, CA
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