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Weidlinger mourns the passing of Dr. Ivan Sandler, who died Tuesday, August 4, 2015, at the age of 72. Sandler worked at Weidlinger for 43 years, retiring as a principal in 2012. Among his many accolades was the 2003 Mel Baron Award, given for his unique contributions to computational structural dynamics and the shock- and vibration-related specialty fields. At Weidlinger, he was deeply appreciated for the kindness and generosity with which he shared his remarkable talent for devising innovative solutions to complex engineering problems. He will be greatly missed.

It is with heavy hearts that Weidlinger Associates, Inc., announces the passing of Chairman Emeritus Herbert Rothman on Sunday, July 26, 2015. A Weidlinger employee for 36 years, Rothman established the firm’s transportation division. He led important projects on many of New York’s most celebrated crossings, including the Verrazano Narrows and Manhattan Bridges, and was a key contributor to the design of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. In addition to his many industry accolades, he was an elected member of the National Academy of Engineering. Rothman was 91 years old.

Weidlinger Senior Associate Dr. Pawel Woelke, PE, will present “Aging, Corrosion and Material Degradation Effects on Structural Integrity and Performance” at a meeting of the ASCE Met Section Forensic Engineering Technical Group, Thursday, April 27, 2015, at 5:30 p.m. The event will be held in the Edison Room of the Con Edison Headquarters Building, near Union Square in Manhattan, and is free to Met Section ASCE members. To register, click here.

Weidlinger Principal Dr. Najib Abboud, PE, will present “A Forensic Engineering Investigation of the WTC Twin Towers' Collapse” as part of the Stevens Institute of Technology Deans’ Seminar Series. The presentation will take place Wednesday, January 28, 2015, 4:00-6:00 p.m. For more information, click here.

“Tributes Flow as PWC Celebrates 35 Years Working for Women in Construction Sector,” Real Estate Weekly, December 10, 2014—Caroline Weiss, PE, an associate principal at Weidlinger, was awarded a certificate of recognition by Professional Women in Construction (PWC) for her “artistry, integrity & contribution to the world of construction” and “outstanding professional achievements.” The certificate was presented during the organization’s 35th-anniversary holiday gala December 5, 2014. read more

 
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07.2015 Weidlinger Mourns Civil Engineer Herbert Rothman
07.2015 Weidlinger’s Mohammed Ettouney to Chair EMI Objective Resilience Committee
04.2015 Weidlinger Associates Opens Office in Austin, Texas
04.2015 Weidlinger Wins National ACEC Grand Award
04.2015 Weidlinger to Present at 2015 ASCE/SEI Structures Congress
03.2015 Weidlinger Hosts Hackathon to Inspire Innovation, Team Building
02.2015 Weidlinger-Engineered Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Art of the Americas Wing Awarded Boston Society of Architects’ Most Prestigious Honor
02.2015 Weidlinger Introduces WAimat Suite Material Modeling Software
01.2015 Weidlinger Hires Associate Principal James Cohen to Expand the Firm’s Forensics and Investigations Practice in the Eastern U.S.
01.2015 Weidlinger's Dr. Mohammed Ettouney Receives National Institute of Building Sciences Honor Award
12.2014 ASCE to Publish Building Security Rating System
12.2014 Weidlinger Receives ACEC New York Diamond and Silver Awards
12.2014 Weidlinger Staff to Lecture at Autodesk University 2014 Conference
11.2014 PROMOTIONS 2014
11.2014 Weidlinger’s Adam Hapij Selected as President of Architectural Engineering Institute
10.2014 Weidlinger Presents Three Papers at 85th Shock and Vibration Symposium
07.2014 ANNUAL REPORT 2013
04.2014 Weidlinger Project Wins ACEC National Honor Award
03.2014 Weidlinger Receives ACEC New York’s Most Prestigious Honor


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