Since Kenny was a kid, he has been enamored with construction and structural engineering. Now, he has the opportunity to bring his passion and enthusiasm for engineering design and analysis to real-life structures, large and small. Kenny is excited to bring elegant design solutions to projects using innovative structural analysis and innovative structural design methods.
Kenny has experience in design, analysis, seismic evaluation, and seismic retrofit of buildings and other structures. His project experience includes work on new and existing structures, including high-importance facilities. As a graduate student at the University of Washington (UW), Kenny conducted an experimental research investigation on the seismic performance of composite concrete-filled steel tube columns. His design and analysis project experience includes all major structural materials, including steel, concrete, wood, masonry, and cold-formed steel. Kenny has experience with linear and nonlinear computer analysis, including nonlinear dynamic time history analysis of buildings incorporating supplemental energy dissipation devices for seismic applications.