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DC Southwest Neighborhood Library
The new DC Southwest Library brings a sustainable and unique design to replace the previous outdated library. Needed by the community was a Library that could provide State of the Art Technology, a place for training education and work force development, and vitality. Comprised of a mass timber structure, this innovative building involves such elements as a highly unique timber folded plate roof using Dowel Laminated Timber. Supporting the steel and timber lateral system were glulam beams and columns with detailed timber-to-steel connections. The Library achieved LEED Platinum Status, implementing sustainable strategies such as regionally sourced material, solar panels on the green roof, and timber throughout.

Presented by: Leif Johnson, P.E., S.E., StructureCraft

Red Rocks Amphitheatre Stage Roof Replacement
A discussion of the anatomy of design and construction of a stage roof replacement at one of the most iconic outdoor concert venues in the United States. The new stage roof at Red Rocks Amphitheatre focused on three critical criteria: increased rigging capacity, safer and more efficient ways to hang a show, and aesthetics that reflect the size and shape of the rocky venue. Rolling rigging beams, aircraft cable tension grids, and a massive reduction in support columns are just some of the solutions that will be presented.

Presented by: Chris Adams, P.E., Martin/Martin, Inc.

  • Course will award 1.5 hours of continuing education for the live session only.
  • Each series registration is per person.
  • This will be available as a recording, with no PDH attached.

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  • Leif Johnson, P.E., S.E.

    Leif is a licensed structural engineer with over 16 years of experience designing high-profile civic structures, museums and performing arts centers throughout the United States. He has always loved timber engineering, and as a LEED accredited professional, Leif’s environmentally friendly designs often focus on reduced material quantities. His design experience includes performing arts venues up to 12 stories, 2,000 seats, and 80,000 square feet; a 10-story expansion to a world-renowned museum; renovation and addition to a historic 507,000-square-foot landmark museum; and The Perelman Center at the World Trade Center.

  • Chris Adams, P.E.

    Senior Project Engineer at Martin/Martin, Inc., Chris Adams, P.E., has 12 years of experience in the design of many different types of venues including as the lead structural engineer on multiple arenas, stadiums, recreation centers, and cultural/entertainment facilities. He experience includes design for long-span components, as well as cast-in-place and precast concrete, structural steel, reinforced masonry, structural glass, fiber reinforced polymers, and wood.

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By NCSEA: If a webinar is canceled by NCSEA, all registered attendees will be notified via email. NCSEA will issue a full refund if the event cannot be rescheduled. If the event is rescheduled and a registrant can not attend on the rescheduled date, NCSEA will offer a credit in the amount of the purchase price.

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June 2, 2022
Thu 12:00 PM CDT

Duration 1H 30M

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