At MMY, we’re friendly, creative structural engineers with personality and a sense of humor. Sound like an oxymoron? Well, it’s not. Our professional, fun culture puts you at ease, brings out the best in our staff, and gives you the innovative, sound, safe design solutions you need and want—quickly and affordably.
Send an email or print a resume (PDF) for our team listed on this page.
David H. Macdonald, P.E., Principal
David has over 30 years of experience in structural engineering which includes all phases and types of structural building systems and is one of the Principals of Mattson Macdonald Young. He has served as project engineer for several projects that have won awards for unique and innovative design.
Stephanie J. Young, P.E., Principal
Stephanie has over 25 years experience in the design, analysis, and construction coordination of many types of structures. Her major strengths include a proficiency at problem solving, an orientation toward detail and an understanding of construction concerns. She became a shareholder in 1998 and is now President of the firm.
Joseph Cain, P.E., Partner
Ken Green, P.E., Partner
Ken has been in the structural engineering field since 1989; joined MMY in 2006; and became partner in 2012. He’s developed a specialty of light-guage framing and curtainwall system design and public art projects—designing structures in stainless steel, aluminum, fiberglass, and composite wood-fiberglass materials.
David Hedberg, P.E., Design Engineer
David started his engineering career in 2013 and later joined Mattson Macdonald Young in 2017. He has worked on a wide variety of projects, from brand new buildings to renovations of existing structures.
Adam Neigebauer, P.E., Design Engineer
Adam joined us in 2014 and brings unique experience to our group, including condition and façade studies, materials specifications, and engineering forensics. He has since expanded his skillset into designing building structures and homes. With a curiosity for tools and materials, he is a craftsman at heart, and designs things he can envision putting together himself.
Isaac Bliek, Engineer in Training
Isaac joined MMY full-time in summer 2019 after spending the previous two summers as an intern. He is gaining valuable experience through traditional projects, and appreciates unique, atypical projects that foster creative thinking.
Jordan Hurst, Engineer in Training
Andrew Ostman, Engineer in Training
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Charles Vermace, Engineer in Training
Cathy Beck, Engineering Technician
Cathy has worked in the field of structural drafting since 2002, and recently joined MMY in 2018. Cathy brings a wealth of experience to our team, having worked on many existing building renovations, as well as additions to schools and churches.
Melissa Breiter, Engineering Technician
Melissa joined MMY in 2006 as an Engineering Technician. Melissa uses both AutoCAD and Revit Structure to create 2D plans and 3D models. She enjoys the wide variety of projects we work on at MMY, including everything from sculptures and park shelters to barns, houses, apartments, offices, and large warehouses.
Melissa Daluge, Engineering Technician
Melissa has been in the fields of architectural and structural drafting since 2000. Since joining MMY in 2001 as an Engineering Technician, Melissa has been involved in a wide variety of projects, from the Higher Ground Shelter in Minneapolis to Roseville’s Sienna Green Apartments and Maple Grove’s Hennepin County Library.
David L. Hoepner, Engineering Technician
David has been with the firm since 1986. He started as a drafter and, through his experience and education, has been relied upon as Designer/Technician. David is thoroughly experienced in AutoCAD drafting and design, and enjoys handling construction administration and site work for a number of our projects.
Jennifer Miggler, Office Manager
Jen has overseen the in’s and out’s of MMY since early 2017. She manages billing, payroll, accounts, and all other pertinent duties to keeping our office running smoothly. Simply put: we’d be lost without her.