“Final Phase of La Plata Stadium Construction,” by Matthys Levy, Structure, November 2014—Weidlinger Chairman Emeritus Matthys Levy describes plans for the completion of the twin-peaked fabric dome of Argentina’s La Plata Stadium, which would make it the only fully enclosed stadium in South America. read more
“Why Peer Reviews Are More Important than Ever,” by William A. Fife, Airport Improvement, October 2014—William Fife, PE, senior advisor to Weidlinger Associates, Inc., and founder of the aviation peer review process, explains how today’s fast-paced technological environment has intensified the need for meaningful exchanges about new technology and processes in the aviation industry. read more
“How Safe Are Buildings in Lower Manhattan?” by Danielle Schlanger, Commercial Observer, October 15, 2014—Weidlinger Principal Dr. Robert Smilowitz is quoted regarding measures that are being taken to ensure the security of structures in downtown New York City. read more
The Board of Governors of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) promoted Raymond P. Daddazio, President and CEO of Weidlinger Associates, to the grade of EMI Fellow. Recognition of EMI Fellows will take place during the EMI conference awards banquet at the Royal Botanical Garden in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, August 7, 2014. read more
“Building Brooklyn Awards,” ibrooklyn.com, July 7, 2014—The Pave Academy Charter School, designed by Mitchell Giurgola Architects, was the winner of the 2014 Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce’s Building Brooklyn Award in Education. Weidlinger Associates provided structural engineering services. read more
“2014 LA Architectural Award Winners,” LABusinessCouncil.org, June 4, 2014—One Santa Fe, a mixed-use residential complex designed by Michael Maltzan Architecture, Inc., received the “Under Construction” award at the Los Angeles Business Council’s 2014 Los Angeles Architectural Awards presentation. Weidlinger is providing structural analysis and design services for the project. read more
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