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Meet Dr. John A Daly Why do some great ideas become a reality and others do not? Why do some ideas that should not have been adopted become a reality? According to Dr. John A. Daly, it's not a matter of luck. Ideas are supported and moved forward because of an individual or group's method of advocating for the idea.... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by allisonacosta on July 10, 2017 5:55 PM
 
Seismic Programming for Campuses Shortly before the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake, Stanford University embarked on a decade long seismic improvement program for its historic Palo Alto, CA campus.... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by marikadocous on June 29, 2017 2:32 PM
 
Design and Function: A Creative and Innovative Engineering Solution for an Exhaust Tower Rarely thought of as a design feature, an exhaust tower is a necessary building component that supports critical infrastructure. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s Pharmacy exhaust tower is centrally located on the hospital’s campus with site conditions that require construction above a functioning loading dock. Our forward-thinking client desired a solution that would be functional, resilient and aesthetically pleasing. Architect, Perkins + Will, and Structural Consultant, Degenkolb Engineers, designed an exhaust tower that met all of our client’s criteria and was able to be installed over an existing structure with minimal disruption to the existing infrastructure.... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by marikadocous on June 13, 2017 1:38 PM
 
Degenkolb takes home the prize: SEAONC awards the Engineering Excellence in Structural Engineering On May 2, Degenkolb Engineers brought home an Engineering Excellence in Structural Engineering honor for the 2017 SEAONC awards. Recognized in the Study/Research category, the team evaluated a high-rise, steel moment frame San Francisco hotel built in the 1980’s and identified several seismic deficiencies common to steel buildings of this era. Due to a planned major renovation during a three month shut down, this 4-star hotel had a very aggressive construction schedule which necessitated prohibited major architectural impacts due to the seismic retrofit, like temporarily removing the existing façade. The team devised a less intrusive repair method to coincide with interior design modernizations and not disturb the architectural intent of the building.... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by marikadocous on June 13, 2017 1:09 PM
 
Loring Wyllie receives the SEAONC H.J. Brunnier Award for Lifetime Achievement. In June, Degenkolb Senior Principal, Loring Wyllie accepted the SEAONC H.J. Brunnier Award for Lifetime Achievement. The award recognizes a significant body of work and contribution to the field of structural engineering. ... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by laurielumish on June 12, 2017 10:46 AM
 
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