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Seismic Assessment and Intervention for Historic Structures: An Exemplary Case Study

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Contributors

  • Terrence Paret

    Mr. Paret began his career designing slender high-rise reinforced concrete buildings in NYC, but since joining Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates in 1986, he has performed hundreds of engineering investigations in the U.S. and abroad. Mr. Paret has contributed to more than 90 technical papers, and has received awards for his research and project work from the Association of Preservation Technology International, California Preservation Foundation, International Concrete Repair Institute, ASCE, AISC, SEAoC, SEAoNC and NCSEA.

  • Jeffrey M. Rautenberg, PhD, PE, SE

    Since joining WJE in 2011, Jeff Rautenberg has worked on a wide array of projects in the United States and abroad involving the assessment, evaluation, and repair of existing structures. Dr. Rautenberg has investigated structural damage associated with fire, earthquakes, extreme wind events, corrosion and long-term deterioration, and other loading events. He has assessed structural damage to buildings around the world affected by major earthquakes, including in Haiti, Japan, New Zealand, and the United States.

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Contributors

  • Terrence Paret

    Mr. Paret began his career designing slender high-rise reinforced concrete buildings in NYC, but since joining Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates in 1986, he has performed hundreds of engineering investigations in the U.S. and abroad. Mr. Paret has contributed to more than 90 technical papers, and has received awards for his research and project work from the Association of Preservation Technology International, California Preservation Foundation, International Concrete Repair Institute, ASCE, AISC, SEAoC, SEAoNC and NCSEA.

  • Jeffrey M. Rautenberg, PhD, PE, SE

    Since joining WJE in 2011, Jeff Rautenberg has worked on a wide array of projects in the United States and abroad involving the assessment, evaluation, and repair of existing structures. Dr. Rautenberg has investigated structural damage associated with fire, earthquakes, extreme wind events, corrosion and long-term deterioration, and other loading events. He has assessed structural damage to buildings around the world affected by major earthquakes, including in Haiti, Japan, New Zealand, and the United States.

June 25, 2020
Thu 10:00 AM PDT

Duration 1H 30M

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