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The Myth of our Code and the “One-Earthquake Building” Webinar

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 Noon-1pm Free lunchtime webinar Click here to RSVP 1 HSW/LU CU Most of the general public and even many of us in the A/E world, subscribe to a huge misconception about the intent of our building … Continue reading

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Building Code Issues: Earthquake Reminder

by Kerwin Lee, AIA and Steven Winkel, FAIA, CASp Kerwin Says: The earthquake on August 24th was just a reminder that we live in earthquake country. It has been about 25 years since Loma Prieta shook the Bay Area on … Continue reading

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South Napa Earthquake: First-hand investigations and reconnaissance

Reprinted with permission from Degenkolb Engineers Degenkolb Engineers conducted first-hand investigations and reconnaissance of the South Napa Earthquake that occurred on August 24, 2014 at 3:20AM. Field note contributors: David Bonneville, Ariel Creagh, Mahmoud Hachem, Roger Parra and Taka Tamiya. … Continue reading

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