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Savannah Plant Riverside
The conversion of the Historic Savannah Power Plant into a luxury hotel is an example of the benefits of an Historic adaptive reuse project. The project is a part of the Plant Riverside District located in Savannah, Georgia, just feet away from the Savannah River. The structural was originally built in 1912 and was in continuous use until 2005, when it sat vacant until 2016. This project, known as the Plant Riverside District in Savannah, Georgia, marries the mystic of an Historic structure with luxurious hospitality. This presentation highlights the structural design approach used for this Historic adaptive reuse project.

*Please note: this presentation will not be available in the recording. 

Presented by: Nathan Watson, P.E., S.E., and Martin Ocon, P.E., Browder + LeGuizamon & Associates, Inc.

Syracuse University Stadium New Roof Project
The Syracuse University Stadium, a.k.a. Carrier Dome, a 50,000 seat multipurpose domed stadium, opened in 1980. The New Roof Project replaced the Dome's original air-supported roof with a a first-of-its-kind cable truss, employing both tensioned membrane and rigid panels to cover 250,000 ft2. Designed to support 7,000 tons of snow and constructed in part while the facility remained in use, the Project presented unique challenges. The Project's Engineer of Record will present the design and construction of the stadium’s new roof completed in September 2020

Presented by: David Campbell, P.E., Geiger Engineers

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  • Nathan Watson, P.E., S.E.

    Nathan Watson started in engineering as an office assistant at Browder + LeGuizamon when he was sixteen. After graduating from Georgia Tech, he spent 17 years as an engineer at Browder + LeGuizamon becoming an Associate Principal, a studio head and project manager. During this time he coordinated structural designs with Architects and General Contractors for projects including data centers, distribution centers, convention centers, high-rise residential buildings, hotels, schools, and renovations of multi-use buildings. Mr. Watson was also involved in dynamic seismic analysis, code review, and systems development for local and international project sites. Now, Mr. Watson is a full time Pastor of Ararat Church in Smyrna, Georgia but continues to consult in structural engineering.

  • Martin Ocon, P.E.

    Mr. Ocon has been in structural engineering for 40 years. Martin is President at Browder + LeGuizamon and is responsible for setting design systems standards and project quality control. He directs the office with work experience in concrete, steel, wood, and specialty hybrid structural systems for Datacenter Structures, Distribution Centers, High-Rise Mid-Rise and Low-Rise Buildings, and renovations. He is also involved in structural design consultation and code analysis for developers, contractors and multi-national corporations in the U.S., Europe, Asia, South America, and the Caribbean. Mr. Ocon is a hands-on principal with daily involvement in all projects under his supervision.

  • David Campbell, P.E.

    David is a founding principal and president of Geiger Engineers. In his 42 years of engineering practice, he has had a significant role in over 50 large spectator sports facilities. He is the Engineer of Record for significant projects including the new roof of Syracuse University Stadium, Armstrong Stadium at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, NY, 2002 World Cup Stadium Roof Canopy in Seoul, Korea, and the retractable roof of B.C. Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia. He has authored numerous technical papers on long-span, tensile, and sports structures.

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June 16, 2022
Thu 12:00 PM CDT

Duration 1H 30M

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