On Sept. 19, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake rocked central Mexico. With a major seismic event expected to hit the Pacific Northwest in coming decades, engineers visited Mexico City recently to see what they could learn to apply here. “One of… Continue Reading
By Matt Jardin Green & Gold News April 2, 2019 Harmony isn’t a word typically associated with 7.1 magnitude earthquakes. And yet, after the ground briefly tried to tear itself apart the morning of Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, Seawolves immediately… Continue Reading
By Douglas Buell The Arlington Times March 8, 2019 ARLINGTON – With Arlington’s laser-like focus on manufacturing and industry as the means to grow family-wage jobs and build prosperity, projects like the new Arlington Valley Road will pave the way… Continue Reading
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Alaska Business Magazine December 1, 2018 With sexual assault and child abuse cases hitting all-time highs for Alaska CARES Child Advocacy Center and Forensic Nursing Services of Providence in Anchorage, construction is rapidly moving forward on… Continue Reading
DNR and OSPI’s ongoing school seismic assessment project was in the news this week. Structural Director Dave Swanson and Senior Engineer Brian Matsumoto were featured to explain how school structures are evaluated.