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SEAOI/NCSEA 17th Annual Bridge Symposium: Day 2

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  • Perry Pinto, PE

    Perry Pinto, PE, currently works at Envista Forensics, a global, multi-disciplinary forensic engineering consulting firm, where he provides initial response, condition assessment, cause and origin determination, and forensic evaluation of structures damaged by natural disasters, collapses, fires, building envelope failures, and other large and complex losses. Prior to joining Envista, Mr. Pinto worked in the power industry successfully contributing to the completion of complex structural engineering projects for more than a decade. He specialized in the design and analysis of safety related structures for nuclear generating facilities.

  • Scott G. Nacheman, MSc.Eng., AIA

    Scott G. Nacheman, MSc.Eng., AIA, serves as Practice Leader – Major Loss Group at Envista Forensics. During Mr. Nacheman’s more than 22-year career he has been involved with many facets of emergency response and structural stabilization efforts including work with the Fire Service in NY and Illinois as well as Federal and State Urban Search & Rescue teams. Scott earned Masters Degrees in both Architecture and Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and regularly authors and provides instruction on topics of emergency response, damage assessment and building collapse rescue operations. As an expert, he has testified in numerous matters.

  • Gary J. Klein, P.E., S.E.

    For more than 40 years, Gary J. Klein, P.E., S.E., has studied and delivered solutions for buildings and bridges suffering from deterioration, distress or failure. He has investigated numerous structural collapses including the 1981 collapse of the sky walks in the Kansas City Hyatt Regency Hotel and the 1996 collapse of the KB Bridge in the Republic of Palau.  Mr. Klein has authored more than 40 papers related to his structural investigation practice and research work. In 2016, Mr. Klein was elected to the National Academy of Engineering for sharing lessons learned from investigations of US and international infrastructure failures.

  • Antonio Feng, EIT

    Antonio Feng, EIT, has over 3 years of structural and transportation design experience in buildings and transportation infrastructure. He has experience working with private developers and public state agencies such as MassDOT, LIRR, NYDOT, NYCT and BTD. He also serves as an assistant load rating engineer for the load rating work Stantec's NYC office performs with NYSDOT in Region 11.

  • Kenneth D. Price, PE, SE

    Ken has over 42 years of experience in the bridge world. He is now the Regional Director for Complex Bridges Central Region with WSP USA.
    Ken has been involved with various significant innovations on signature bridges, large and small, for his entire career.

  • BendTec

    Throughout our 100 year history, BendTec has built a reputation for high-quality, technically sound steel bending, and fabrication that spans multiple industries and has received worldwide recognition for our expertise, dependability and innovation. Our advanced fabrication facilities and in-house induction bending capabilities allow BendTec to continually strive for innovation that ensures a positive outcome for our customers.

August 13, 2020
Thu 12:00 PM CDT

Duration 2H 0M

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