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Architectural Opportunities through Structural Innovation

 Export to Your Calendar 1/17/2019
When: 01/17/2019
12:00 noon
Where: Murray Window and Door
710 E. McGlincy Lane, Suite 101
Campbell
United States
Contact: Chris Burnham
408.298.0611


Online registration is available until: 1/26/2019
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Learn about structural systems and component innovation to offer opportunities for unexpected and improved architectural design, improved aesthetics, construction cost savings, and sustainability. 

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

 

Doug Robertson is the founder of Daedalus Structural Engineering, a Bay Area firm that provides structural engineering services to the architectural community with an emphasis on creative engineering in support of great architecture. Whether the structure is completely covered by architectural finishes or an integral part of the architecture, Doug and his team believe that structure provides an opportunity to help shape the finished architecture and building envelope. In this pursuit Daedalus is focused on a collaborative approach to deliver innovative and unexpected solutions.

Doug completed his studies in structural engineering at the University of Colorado, Boulder before being drawn to California with its wealth of opportunity in building design and the intrigue of seismic engineering. Over the past 30 years he has led many technologically innovative and diverse projects encompassing new building design, seismic evaluation and strengthening, and historic renovation and preservation including the base isolation of the Hearst Mining Building.

Looking to give back to the community Doug is currently a Director of the not-for-profit Architectural Foundation of San Francisco, which provides learning opportunities for high school students to learn about the built environment through hands on learning.  Doug also spent three years as member and chair of Saratoga's planning commission.

 

Please be sure to register for this event by January 16.

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPROVED 1.5 HSW

 

 

Learning Objectives:

 

  • New ways to look at engineering systems to provide architectural design opportunities

  • Integration of structural connections that align with architecture vision. Aesthetics, water proofing, durability, construction, performance, etc.

  • Discuss design options and targets for value engineering to help with construction price relief. Wood vs. steel, foundation excess, prefabrication opportunities, etc.

  • Structural systems that support sustainable strategies and architecture.

  • Opportunities for integration of structure and architecture

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