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UPCOMING MEETINGS:

January 2021: Scudder Falls Bridge; Joint meeting with SEI/DVGI

February 18, 2021: Wayne Junction Viaduct Rehabilitation

March 2021: College Day Event

April 2021: Joint meeting with ASCE Philadelphia

May 2021: Cost Savings Through Efficient Pile Design


VIRTUAL TECHNICAL SEMINAR (1 PDH)

Date & Time:

Thursday, December 10th, 2020

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Topic: 

3.0 University Place

Location:    

Webinar – Link will be sent to registrants

Fees:

$10 - Members and Non-Members

FREE - Government Employees and Students

PLEASE RSVP BY WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 2020

CLICK HERE to Register Now!

Description:

This presentation will be on a building design case study of the University 3.0 project located in University City Philadelphia. The building is an 8-story mixed-use building for lab and office spaces, green roof amenity space, and ground floor retail along the Market Street Platinum Corridor. It will introduce the collaborative design approach used, foundation system selection process, framing options considered for the vibration sensitive floor slabs, and lateral system options considered.

Presenters:

Blake Werley, P.E.

Blake Werley is a P.E., Senior Project Engineer at MacIntosh Engineering located in Wilmington, Delaware. He holds a Bachelors and Master’s Degree in Architectural Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. He’s in his 10th year in the AE industry and leading MacIntosh’s most challenging building projects.


Questions:

Please email “phillysei+meeting”<at>”gmail”<dot>”com”



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