With her first book of poetry, a chapbook titled "Parturition" published earlier this year, and a growing list of poetry prizes, Newton Centre resident and Worcester State College associate professor of English Heather Treseler is continuing to make a name for herself in literary circles and beyond.“It has been years since I have read a new poet of such rhetorical sophistication and mastery. Wow. One thinks of the young Robert Lowell. Rhetorical mastery fueled by fury and [...]
Civil Geotechnical Engineer also interested in Civil CRE s
The Midlands commutable from Birmingham Solihull Nottingham Wolverhampton Shrewsbury Oxford and Worcester
38 000 - 48 000 per annum plus package
A Link-Up accredited consultancy that provide a wide range of geotechnical services to the rail industry
To be suitable for the position you must have
- A degree in Geotechnical or Civil Engineering
- 5 years relevant experience in Civil or Geotechnical Engineering
- Strong geotechnical design analytical capability in relation to slope stability retaining walls pile design anchors soil nails foundations drainage
- Ability to identify and assess defects instability features in earthworks retaining walls and drainage systems
- Knowledge of industry standard software (e g Slope W WALLAP REPUTE TEDDS AutoCAD etc
Although not essential it would also be advantageous if you have
- Previously been appointed as a CRE
- Experience of working in the rail environment
Projects typically include the inspection and assessment of embankments cuttings retaining walls culverts and drainage assets predominantly within the rail network the consideration of options for remedial or upgrading works and the design and specification of practical solutions The successful candidate will undertake the role of CRE and be responsible for preparation of project plans implementing site surveys coordinating and supervising the design teams management and checking of designs preparation of reports specifications and drawings allocation of resources budgetary control and ensuring works are completed to project specific requirements and in accordance with our HSQE procedures Responsibilities will also include mentoring and coaching of design engineers liaison with clients and suppliers and development of commercial and contractual arrangements
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The Proceedings contain the following unedited papers presented by the authors at the 2017 SEAOC Convention on September 12-15 in San Diego, CA. These papers reflect the opinions, positions, and commentary of the authors and do not represent a consensus viewpoint of the Structural Engineers Association of California. The material presented in this publication should not be used or relied upon for any specific application without competent examination and verification of its accuracy, suitability, and applicability by qualified professionals. This document is not intended, nor should it establish or define a ?standard of care? or a ?standard of practice.? Users of information from this publication assume all liability from such use.
A Comparison of Different Methods to Design Cast-in-Place Concrete Diaphragms for Seismic Load
Rahul Sharma, P.E.,
Apple Park Precast ? Integrated Architecture, Structure, and Mechanical Services in a Long Span Floor System
ASCE 7 R-Values in Soft-Story Building Retrofits
Bruce Maison, SE, Consulting Engineer, El Cerrito, CA
ATC-58-2: Probabilistic Performance-based Seismic Assessment and Design Guidelines
Building Community Partnerships through Strategic Outreach: the SEAOSC Strengthening Our Cities Summit and Safer Cities Survey
David Cocke, SE,
Case Study: Cost Delta for Achieving Higher Structural Performance Levels
Kamalpreet Kalsi, Project Engineer, and
Consensus Recommendations for ?Soft Story? Retrofit
David Bonowitz, S.E.
Considerations for a Framework of Resilient Structural Design for Earthquakes
Josh Gebelein Brandow & Johnston, Inc., Matt Barnard Degenkolb Engineers
Damage Tolerant Braced Frame Designs
Ralph M. Richard, Professor Emeritus University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona
Delivering the GigaFactory in Tesla Time Using HD BIM
Gregory P. Luth, Ph.D. S.E.
Design of Chevron Gusset Plates
Rafael Sabelli, Director of Seismic Design, Walter P Moore, San Francisco, California
Dynamic Testing of Structures with Ductile Anchorages: A Comparison of Superstructure and Base Connection Plasticity
Tara C. Hutchinson, Professor University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA
Earthquake and Post-Earthquake Fire Performance of a Midrise Cold-Formed Steel Framed Building
An Economical Approach to Floor Vibration through Appropriate Design Criteria and Analytical Methods
Jeffrey Keileh, PE, SE, LEED AP BD+C, Associate
Mark Sarkisian, PE, SE, LEED, Partner
Engagement and Equity in Structural Engineering: The SEAONC SE3 Committee?s Ongoing Work
2016-17 SEAONC SE3 Committee San Francisco, CA
Enhanced Seismic Design of the New San Diego Central Courthouse
Mark Sarkisian, PE, SE, Partner
Example Application Guide for ASCE/SEI 41-13, Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Buildings
Bret Lizundia, Executive Principal, Rutherford + Chekene, San Francisco, CA
First USRC-Rated Building: Roseville City Hall Annex
Ryan A. Kersting, S.E., Associate Principal, and
High-Rise Pre-Northridge Partial Joint Penetration Column Splice Repair
Michael P. Chisholm, P.E.
Hotel Churchill: Using Dampers Strategically
Eric T. Lehmkuhl, Principal,
Implementing the City of San Francisco?s Wood-Framed, Soft Story Retrofit Ordinance
Randy Collins, S.E., Principal, Founder,
Improved Seismic Design of Nonstructural Components and Systems (ATC-120)
Maryann Phipps, S.E., Estructure, Oakland, CA
Influence of Nonstructural Components and Systems (NCS) on the Dynamic Behavior of Buildings
Alec Zavala, MS, and
The Kaikoura Earthquake and its effects on some Wellington CBD Buildings
Paul Campbell, Technical Director Opus International Consultants, Immediate Past President Structural Engineering Society New Zealand
Lessons from Stadium Structures in Seismic Zones
Rafael Sabelli, Director of Seismic Design Walter P Moore San Francisco, California Laura Whitehurst, Senior Project Engineer Holmes Consulting Wellington, New Zealand
Metropolis Mega-Development: A Case Study in Fast-Tracked Performance-Based Seismic Design of High-Rise Concrete Towers in Los Angeles
Saiful Islam, Ph.D. S.E.,
New Criteria for use of Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis in Design ASCE 7-16 and PEER TBI VII
Ronald O. Hamburger, SE, Senior Principal, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc., San Francisco, CA
New Methods in Efficient Post-Tensioned Slab Design Using Topology Optimization
Mark Sarkisian PE, SE, Partner,
New Site-Specific Ground Motion Requirements of ASCE 7-16
Charles A. Kircher, Ph.D., P.E., Principal, Kircher & Associates, Consulting Engineers, Palo Alto, California
One Step Closer to a Seismically Resilient Community: Summary and Comparison of the Seismic Retrofit Ordinances of Southern California
Daniel Zepeda, SE, Principal, Degenkolb Engineers Los Angeles, CA
Ownership Transition: Build Teams, Not Walls
Bill Mandel, Partner Fox Rothschild LLP San Francisco, CA
Performance Based Seismic Design of the Gigafactory in Tesla Time
John Osteraas, Ph.D., P.E., Principal Engineer and
Practical Implementation of ASCE-41 and NLRHA Procedures for the Design of the LLUMC Replacement Hospital
Gregory Nielsen PE,
Prestandard for Seismic Assessment and Retrofit of One- and Two-Family Dwellings (ATC-110 Project)
Colin Blaney, Structural Engineer, Buehler & Buehler, San Carlos, California
Proportioning Strength to Limit Building Movements of Slender Core-Only Towers
Mark Sarkisian, SE, Partner,
Realistic Seismic Behavior of the Main Tower of the New SAS Bay Bridge and Its Base Anchors
Abolhassan Astaneh-Asl, Ph.D., P.E.,
Seismic Evaluation of Older Concrete Frame, Frame-wall, and Bearing Wall Buildings for Collapse Potential?ATC 78
William T. Holmes, SE, NAE, Rutherford + Chekene, San Francisco, CA
Seismic Retrofit Design of a Multi-Story Non-Ductile Reinforced Concrete Building in Downtown Los Angeles
Hugo Gomez, Ph.D., P.E., Project Engineer
Seismic Retrofit and FEMA P-58 Risk Assessment of Mid-rise Soft-story Concrete Towers
Kit Miyamoto, Ph.D., S.E.,
Seismic Upgrade of a One-Story Pre-Northridge Moment Frame Hospital Building by Attaching Its Roof Diaphragm to a Newly Constructed Concrete Shear Wall Building with Friction Dampers
Dihong Shao, S.E. Principal Coffman Engineers, Inc. Seattle, Washington
Seismically-Resilient Stair Systems for Buildings
Cameron J. Black, Ph.D. P.E., and
Strategies for Mitigating Floor Vibrations ? Case Studies for Practicing Engineers
Wayne Brown, S.E., Associate Peter Carlson, S.E., Associate Principal Miyamoto International San Diego, CA
A Summary of Significant Updates in ASCE 41-17
Sustainable Design: It?s the Least You Can Do!
Lisa Podesto, PE
The Tallest Wood Building in the World UBC Brock Commons Student Residence Base 3D Model to Product Delivery
Kris Spickler, P.E. Principal, Heavy Timber Group Inc, Granite Bay, California
Updated Basis for National Seismic Design Value Maps
Ronald O. Hamburger, SE, Senior Principal, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc., San Francisco, CA
Updating the ASCE 41 Provisions for Infilled RC Frames
Andreas Stavridis, Assistant Professor,
Wind Committee Status Report: Wind Design Manual and Updated PV2-2017 Paper
Stephen Kerr, S.E. SEAOC Wind Committee San Diego, CA
Wind Loads on Non-Building Structures
Emily Guglielmo, SE, Martin/Martin, Inc., Larkspur, California
A public hearing is finally going to be held in Worcester this week on last year's police body camera pilot program.The City Council Public Safety Committee has scheduled the hearing for 4 p.m. Tuesday, an hour before the entire council is set to convene its August meeting. The three-member committee will be taking up a report from Police Chief Steven M. Sargent that looks at and evaluates the pilot program.It [...]
In recent days, Worcester’s Jewish community received painful reminders of past crimes of violent hatred: an illegal entry, broken window, and other property damage at Temple Emmanuel Sinai, as well as vandalism of the Jewish Community Center (JCC), allegedly by a suspect who was observed “screaming at parents and children” and “kicking the Star of David.” Thankfully, this time no blood was shed.These shameful crimes now belong to our city’s [...]
Kasia Wennerberg is a practicing attorney who has tried cases in Probate and Family Court for 13 years. She is running as a democrat for register of probate. The Probate and Family Court deals with wills, estates, divorces, child support and child custody matters. It is important that Worcester County have a register of probate who is qualified, knowledgeable, available and responsive to the needs of the public it serves. Kasia is a resident of Dudley and our committee gladly endorses her [...]
We all know that judges matter. So, I support democrat Paul DePalo to represent Central Massachusetts on the Governor's Council, which approves state judges. Paul is an attorney and former special education teacher who has worked with kids in courts. Paul wants our juvenile courts to steer traumatized kids toward opportunity, not incarceration. I urge democrats to vote Paul DePalo for Governor's Council on September 1.Mary Anne DubeWorcester
WORCESTER Warriors is leading the way in its preparations for the re-opening of Sixways with the installation of state of the art technology to screen symptoms of coronavirus.
Warriors players are back in business, gearing up for the new season by finally returning to training.
DARYL Mitchell says his hunger for the game is as great as ever as he prepares for what he hopes will be his 18th season – albeit a shortened version – with Worcestershire.
WORCESTER Warriors have promoted yet another academy prospect to the senior squad.
WORCESTER Hockey Club took part in a virtual fundraising event to help build a new hockey centre.
WARRIORS Women are continuing to strengthen with the re-signing of three players for the 2020/21 season.
WORCESTERSHIRE players returned to training this week with a fire in their belly, according to head coach Alex Gidman.
YET another academy prospect has been promoted with Worcester Warriors gearing up for the return of rugby.
WARRIORS have promoted their sixth academy prospect to the first team, with Kai Owen joining the senior squad.
WORCESTER City FC is saying farewell to one of its players this week.
WORCESTERSHIRE'S batting efforts have been bolstered with another county player signing up.
WORCESTER Warriors say they are "concerned and disappointed" to hear Michael Fatialofa has been handed a bill for his medical treatment.
RUGBY is returning to Worcester with Warriors' first home game pencilled in for August.
WITH Worcester City’s return to the City imminent, fans have rallied to support the Club by adding their names to a "Brick Wall’ which will be installed at the Claines Lane site, when the Club returns for the new season.
WORCESTERSHIRE'S physio is to link up with the senior England squad this summer for their ODI series against Ireland.
ENGLAND flanker Ted Hill has been appointed Warriors’ youngest-ever club captain.
COMPETITIVE recreational cricket returned on Saturday after a long enforced lay off due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
HERE is the second half of our round-up as cricket returned to Worcestershire.