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South Bay Dinner: Safe But Disposable Buildings
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South Bay Dinner: Safe But Disposable Buildings

When: Thursday, November 29, 2018
5:15 PM
Where: Michaels at Shoreline
2960 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, California  94043
United States
Presenter: Curt B. Haselton, PhD, PE
Contact: SEAONC

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Safe but Disposable Buildings – Assessment of Seismic Loss and Downtime for Code-Compliant California Buildings

Join us on Thursday, November 29 for our Annual South Bay Dinner Meeting at Michaels at Shoreline! 

Date: Thursday, November 29, 2018

Time: 5:15 PM: Registration and Reception // 6:00 PM: Dinner // 6:45 PM: Program

Where: Michaels at Shoreline: 2960 N. Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA 94043



Curt B. Haselton, Ph.D., P.E. is the John F. O’Connell Endowed Professor of Civil Engineering at California State University, Chico, and the Co-Founder and CEO of Haselton Baker Risk Group ( and the Seismic Performance Prediction Program (SP3); SP3 is a commercial tool to implement FEMA P-58 analyses, with the goal of making broad use of resilience-based design and risk assessment feasible in structural engineering practice.  Dr. Haselton's research is in the area of performance-based and resilience-based earthquake engineering, with focuses on damage and loss estimation, building code development, collapse safety assessment, ground motion selection and scaling, and the treatment of uncertainties. Dr. Haselton was recently the chair of the Building Seismic Safety Council team to rewriting Chapter 16 of the ASCE 7 national building code.



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