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Adaptive Resilience

Description

The final session of the 3-part series will shift from a focus on common design hazards to the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is shaping the future of resilience thinking. The current pandemic is a hazard unlike the natural hazards discussed in Parts 1 and 2. The pandemic presents a unique opportunity to discuss disruption and recovery of our communities, while recognizing the introduction of an additional adaptation phase. The discussion will leave the participants with novel thoughts and concepts of community resilience and its reliance on building and infrastructure performance that can be applied to future projects.

  • Course will award 1.5 hours of continuing education
  • Diamond Review approved in all 50 states
  • This webinar will be available as a recording
Please note: This webinar is part of the Resilience Series and is not included in the NCSEA Webinar Subscription.

Contributors

  • Chris Cerino P.E., F.SEI, SECB, DBIA

    Chris Cerino P.E., is the director of structural engineering in STV’s New York office, has over 25 years of experience in managing the design of large-scale, complex public and private projects. Since Superstorm Sandy Chris has been involved with over 75 recovery and resilience projects totaling over $3B in construction value in the New York metropolitan area. Some of his major projects include hardening for the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels, Con Edison generating and substations, and the 207th Street, Hoboken, Hammels Wye, East River Portal, Coney Island and West Side rail yards.

    Chris is a member of the ASCE 7-22 Flood Load Committee, Chair of the SEAoNY Resilience Committee, and Treasurer for NCSEA. 

  • Breanna Gribble, CHMM, ENV SP, WELL AP, WEDG

    Breanna Gribble, CHMM, ENV SP, WELL AP, WEDG is STV’s Senior Resilience Manager with over 10 years of experience in a variety of facility and infrastructure improvement projects in the New York metropolitan area. Her expertise includes hazardous materials investigation and remediation, sustainable design, and flood resilience. 

  • Amy Macdonald, P.E.

    Amy Macdonald, P.E., is a Principal and the Resilience Practice Leader at Thornton Tomasetti, where she specializes in providing public and private sector clients with strategies to offset physical, operational and financial risk. Amy’s engineering, risk and resilience experience spans four continents, including reconnaissance following Sandy, hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, earthquakes in Nepal and New Zealand. Expanding upon this post-disaster experience, Amy leads the development of integrated, multidisciplinary resilience and climate change adaptation strategies for healthcare, commercial and real estate clients throughout the Americas, ensuring a risk-informed, future-focused approach is applied where natural hazards intersect with the built environment.

  • Kevin Moore, P.E., S.E.

    Kevin Moore, P.E., S.E., is a Senior Principal and the Head of Structural Engineering, Western Region for Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. in Oakland, California. Mr. Moore has been active in NCSEA since 2003 and is the current Chair of the NCSEA Resilience Committee and Past Chair of the NCSEA Seismic Subcommittee to the Code Advisory Committee. Kevin also serves on the SEI Resilience Committee and is the 2020 recipient of the James Delahay Memorial Award.

December 15, 2021
Wed 12:00 PM CST

Duration 1H 30M

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