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Adrian Nacamuli joined Degenkolb in 1999 after receiving his Master of Engineering degree from the University of California, Berkeley. His experience includes seismic evaluation and strengthening of existing structures, design of wood, masonry, concrete and steel structures, design of temporary soil shoring, non-linear analysis of building structures, and construction administration.
Science & Technology
Joined the Firm:
Little Known Fact:
Enjoys suffering through 100 mile long bicycle rides
Client or Design Philosophy:
The proper application of advanced analysis to a structural engineering problem gives a better understanding of the system’s performance under various conditions, which allows the structural engineer to design the most efficient solution possible, ultimately saving the client time and money.
Honesty and respect
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Favorite Project Story:
For eight years we worked with Stanford Medical Center and the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development to obtain Structural Performance Category (SPC) 2 ratings for the Central Core, East Pavilion and West Pavilion buildings under the requirements of Senate Bill 1953. Under the basic requirements of SB1953 these buildings were classed as SPC-1, which meant that the buildings could not be used for acute care beyond 2013. Degenkolb Engineers performed advanced non-linear analyses to prove that the buildings met SPC 2 (life safety), giving Stanford an additional 17 years of use out of theses structures and ample time to construct a new facility.
In no particular order: cycling, camping, hiking, cooking, eating, traveling, eating while traveling….
B.S. Civil Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, 1996
M.Eng. Structural Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, 1999
California – Structural Engineer, 2005License No. 4857
California – Civil Engineer, 2001License No. 62486
Structural Engineers Association of Northern California
American Concrete Insitute