Sandy Hohener joined Degenkolb after receiving his Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Structural Engineering from Stanford University. After working in the San Francisco office for five years, Sandy returned to his Southern California where he grew up and joined the Los Angeles Office. Sandy’s diverse experience at Degenkolb includes new design, seismic evaluation and retrofit of existing structures, and peer review. In addition to his project work, Sandy promotes seismic safety and is heavily involved in the development of today’s seismic engineering codes as a member of the ASCE 7 Seismic Task Committee and NEHRP Provisions Update Committee.
Joined the Firm:
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Little Known Fact:
Once upon a time Sandy was an All-American Water Polo player at Stanford. Now he’s relegated to rec league basketball where he struggles to make it up and down the court.
Client or Business Philosophy:
Keeping an open dialogue and clearly communicating the challenges of a project with clients and business partners upfront leads to successful projects. This approach keeps all project stakeholders thinking about how to apply unique solutions to projects that always present unique challenges.
Responsiveness and Integrity
Binge watching TV shows of dubious cinematic merit. See film recommendations (in fairness The Wire has definite cinematic merit).
Golfing, basketball, hiking & family
M.S., Civil Engineering Stanford University, 2009
B.S., Civil Engineering Stanford University, 2008Registration
CA Civil Engineer, License No. 78559
CA Structural Engineer, License No. 6186Professional Affiliations