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Membership Meeting-Student Night
Date: Nov 14, 2017
When
November 14, 2017 from 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM PST

  
Where
Teal Bend Golf Club
7200 Garden Highway
Sacramento, CA 95837
Driving Directions
SCHEDULE
5:

Please be sure to make your reservation early to take advantage of Early Bird Registration.

EARLY BIRD PRICING ENDS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9
 
REGISTRATION CLOSES 
12:00 NOON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH
12:00 NOON
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13
 
 
SEAOCC Scholarships will be Awarded
SEAOCC Student Competition University Teams will Present their Projects

 

Please consider "Sponsoring a Student" for this month's membership meeting.  Purchase your sponsorship with registration.

+ DINNER MEETING PRESENTATION
The Desmond:  Creative Retrofit "By the Book"

Neville Mathias, S.E., LEED 
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP
San Francisco, California 

The Desmond Building in Los Angeles has recently been infused with new life through a full renovation and seismic retrofit. Designed in 1916, the building stood empty for many years.  Now converted to high-end creative offices that maintain the original industrial aesthetic, successful implementation of a rigorous, code prescriptive retrofit solution enabled the addition of a lightweight, income-generating sixth story, while preserving the historic character of the century-old building.  Given the City's current focus on seismic safety of such buildings, The Desmond exemplifies how many other historic properties in Los Angeles can be safely renovated while including new additions. 

Congratulations to SOM as this project recently received the NCSEA 2017 Excellence in Structural Engineering Outstanding Project Award in the Category:  Forensic/Renovation/Retrofit/ Rehabilitation Structures Less Than $20 Million.

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Neville J. Mathias, S.E., LEED
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Neville J. Mathias is an Associate Director with the San Francisco office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM). He joined SOM in 1985 after completing Master's degrees in Structural Engineering and Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, USA. Neville is deeply committed to integration and innovation in structural engineering and has worked on a variety of building types ranging from tall and large-scale structures to historic buildings across the US and around the world. He has helped author numerous technical papers and has participated in seminars and conferences all over the world.

 
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