ARCHITECTS and ENGINEERS

Jacob Turgeon, PE

Recent Posts

Reducing Structural Vibrations in Academic Lab Buildings

Academic laboratory buildings are designed to meet industry standards for safety, often focusing on indoor air quality, ventilation, life-safety systems, lighting, and controlled entrances/exits. The structural integrity of academic lab buildings is additionally important, and structural engineers will design the building’s structural components with the strength and stiffness required to resist building code live load, snow, wind, and seismic forces.

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Topics: Education, Engineering

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