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One San Francisco school has already prepared for the next seismic event.
Degenkolb Wishes You a Joyful 2015
First-hand investigations and reconnaissance of the South Napa Earthquake
Innovative Building Data Collection and Management
Chris D. Poland, Senior Principal, Chairman Emeritus, Retires from Degenkolb Engineers
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One San Francisco school has already prepared for the next seismic event. In 2013, St. Ignatius College Preparatory hired Degenkolb to perform detailed seismic evaluations of four campus buildings. School administrators were motivated by concerns regarding the safety of students and faculty and uncertainty about San Francisco’s timetable for mandatory evaluations.... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by laurielumish on January 27, 2015 10:40 AM
 
Degenkolb Wishes You a Joyful 2015 All of us at Degenkolb wish you a fortunate and joyful 2015.... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by laurielumish on December 23, 2014 11:24 AM
 
First-hand investigations and reconnaissance of the South Napa Earthquake On August 24, 2014 at 3:20 a.m. a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck near Napa, California. Continuing a long Degenkolb tradition, several engineers went to the affected areas in the days following to learn first-hand what happens to our built environment.... Read More > Filed Under: Earthquake, Engineering, In The News
Posted by laurielumish on September 13, 2014 1:23 PM
 
Innovative Building Data Collection and Management Data collection, management, and reporting are conveniently streamlined through the use of mobile apps and database software. In past the year, Degenkolb used Fulcrum’s data collection application to collect information on more than 15,000 buildings and building components for clients that included the city of Santa Monica and Pacific Gas & Electric. ... Read More > Filed Under: Seismic
Posted by alisshadavis on August 28, 2014 12:03 PM
 
Chris D. Poland, Senior Principal, Chairman Emeritus, Retires from Degenkolb Engineers 40 Years Legacy of Leadership and Mentorship in Structural Profession Degenkolb Engineers announces the retirement from the firm of 40-year seismic engineering veteran, Chris D. Poland. Poland has been with the firm since 1974 and served as CEO from 1990 until 2010. He served as Chairman of the Board until 2013. “Not since the original founders of the firm, have we had leadership that so defined the culture and character of Degenkolb Engineers,” said Stacy Bartoletti, CEO and President. “During Chris’ 20 year tenure as CEO, the firm tripled in size, delved into new markets, and expanded services. All of our current principals in the firm benefited from Chris’ leadership. As we approach our 75th year milestone, the firm is grateful to Chris’ legacy of industry leadership and mentorship. We look forward to future collaborations and wish Chris the best in this next exciting stage of his life.”... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by laurielumish on April 1, 2014 11:38 AM
 
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