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Degenkolb’s 2015 Tech Conference an Investment in Expertise and Relationships Degenkolb recently hosted its day-long internal technical conference. ... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by alisshadavis on June 29, 2015 4:22 PM
 
Degenkolb Uses Strategic Sequencing to Insert a Mat Slab Under an Existing Building Make it float — A challenging project to insert a new foundation under an existing building. ... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by tinabarni on June 3, 2015 3:24 PM
 
Degenkolb Engineers Thru Time It all started during the 1939 San Francisco World Exposition when structural engineer, John Gould, decided to set up shop in San Francisco and founded what would become Degenkolb Engineers. Stroll through time with us!... Read More > Filed Under: Community, Degenkolb, Engineering
Posted by laurielumish on April 28, 2015 2:02 PM
 
City of Los Angeles’ Plan for the Seismic Repair of Existing Buildings Where are they at in the process? On February 17, Mayor Eric Garcetti and Dr. Lucy Jones made a presentation to the Downtown Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce outlining the most current developments in the Mayor’s “Resilience by Design” program. The Buildings draft ordinances (both soft story and concrete) are currently under review by various committees including the SEAOSC Existing Buildings Committee. The Mayor hopes that the review process will be completed by June and the ordinances will be in place by the year’s end. The Mayor stated that he “is not flexible on softening the mandatory requirement of the ordinances nor will I allow an extension of the 5 year requirement to have the buildings evaluated by a structural engineer and the 30 year requirement to have the buildings retrofitted.” He would, however, entertain a shorter timeline if it was recommended. As far as a building rating system, it is expected that would be voluntary. ... Read More > Filed Under:
Posted by alisshadavis on March 11, 2015 2:26 PM
 
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
 
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