SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – November 19, 2020 – 1 De Haro, a mixed-use commercial project in San Francisco’s Design District, will be the first structure of its kind in both San Francisco and the State of California.
DCI Engineers recently hosted a four-part Mass Timber Webinar Series alongside several industry partners -- topics included an Intro to Mass Timber, Mass Timber for Developers, Breaking Down Type IV-HT Heavy Timber and the new Tall Mass Timber Code.
The sessions were led by DCI Associate Ethan Martin and moderated by DCI Senior Business Development Coordinator Katelyn Suprenant.
DCI Engineers is in Week #3 of its Mass Timber Webinar Series, and this round features the project team of 1 De Haro, San Francisco’s first cross-laminated timber (CLT) structure. On Thursday, October 8, at 9am, representatives from DCI, Perkins & Will, SKS and Hathaway Dinwiddie will discuss the challenges and wins of constructing this milestone project for the City.
Award-Winning Project Concept Tackles Affordable Housing with Sustainable Solutions
SEATTLE, Wash. – June 23, 2020 -- DCI Engineers, a civil and structural engineering firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Ethan Martin, Associate, to the Portland office.
SEATTLE, Wash. – June 15, 2020 -- DCI Engineers, a civil and structural engineering firm, recently earned Best Engineering Firm by readers of Spokane Coeur d’Alene Living. The GOLD Award for Best Engineering Firm is the result of the publications’ 2020 B2B Business Survey.
Vice President and Principal of the DCI Spokane office, Craig Crowley, informed staff of the award today, noting, “It is all of you that make up this great office and great firm. I’m very proud of what we have, and it’s nice to be recognized for being the best!”
DCI’s Vice President Jeff Brink speaks to BISNOW about California’s updated building code which goes into effect January 1, 2020 and contains new seismic requirements influencing upcoming projects. Developers and project teams kicking off new projects in the state will be pushed to find viable options to lower construction costs with alternative building materials, such as cross laminated timber (CLT).
This January, the International Code Council (ICC) approved a set of proposals that will allow tall wood buildings as part of the 2021 International Building Code (IBC). These changes will include three new construction types, Type IV-A, IV-B and IV-C, expanding the use of mass timber – most notably, these provisions will allow timber structures up to 18 stories and 270 feet.
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