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Structural Code Secrets for Existing Building Project Success
When renovating, adapting, or altering an existing building, the code-mandated structural requirements can have significant schedule, cost, and design impacts. The goal of the presentation is to equip owners and designers with some general knowledge of code requirements so they can better understand the structural implications of their proposed scope of work. Knowing and identifying the structural requirements early in a project will provide team members with a critical tool to better inform budget and schedule as a project moves forward.

This webinar is supported in part by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.

Dec 9, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Mike Auren, PE
Principal @Silman
Mike has been with Silman since 1998. He founded the Boston office in 2007 and he was named a Principal in 2017. Mike has worked on projects ranging from historic preservation to new construction to renovation. A few notable projects include the renovation and expansion of the Harvard Art Museums; the new Harlem Hospital in New York City; and the new entry pavilion and renovations to the historic Brooklyn Museum in Brooklyn, NY.
Jenna Bresler, PE
Associate @Silman
First joined Silman in 2009 as the fourth Robert Silman Fellow for Preservation Engineering. Jenna is an Associate and the Director of the Ann Arbor office and has experience with a wide variety of projects ranging from conditions assessments of historic buildings to large institutional renovations to adaptive reuse projects.
Ben Rosenberg, PE, LEED AP
Principal @Silman
Ben has been a structural engineer with Silman since 2006 and was promoted to Principal in 2017. He has worked on new construction, renovation, and historic preservation projects that range from single- and multi-family residences, to commercial and institutional buildings, to a number of major new buildings for higher education institutions. Recent experience includes the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University, the Lewis Katz Building at the Dickinson Law School at Penn State, and Milstein Hall at Cornell University.