earthquake

Do it yourself? Or consult a professional? – Forensic and Investigative Engineering

by Beth Weiss, EIT January 3, 2019

Did you ever wonder if something is still good years later? If something you own is still functional after years of use? Or if something is cracked, leaking, burned, or decayed do you question if it is still functioning properly? These are questions investigative/forensic engineers […]

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Earthquakes: Building Safety in Colorado

by Tiffany Binkowski, PE June 12, 2015

The recent earthquake in Nepal has brought to the forefront of many people’s mind how “earthquake-proof” our buildings are. Living in Denver, we rarely, if ever, feel an earthquake and commonly associate them with the west coast. The major and most devastating occurrences are usually covered by the news […]

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