Hazards on the Oregon Coast ... 

 Wind, Tsunami, Floods, Earthquakes

Roof strengthening for new ballasted solar panels

Structural and civil engineering design  services for...

Field measurements using a Nikon NPL 332 Total Station

- Very high wind speeds, especially near the coastal head-lands


- A Cascadia subduction zone earthquake may occur sometime in the near future inducing large lateral and vertical seismic accelerations on the structure


-Difficult geotechnical conditions such as loose sandy soils prone to settlement from bearing and potential liquification during ground motions, clayey soils prone to low bearing strength and low permeability, slope stability on sloped lots


- High-intensity precipitation and drainage issues


- Changes to the Oregon Building Codes every three years




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Things we are up against...

experienced with the unique design requirements of the Oregon coast

Glulam trusses

 FLIR Thermal analysis 

Run-off detention system

Custom homes

Additions

Remodeling

Pole buildings

Garages

Shops

Decks

Retaining walls

Foundations

Drainage

Site plans

Wind and seismic

Difficult buildling sites


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