Structural News

Team heads to Nepal to study seismic performance of buildings

After a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal in late April, much of the country’s buildings were destroyed. But there were also several instances where one structure collapsed and another one, right next to it, did not. And that is why Andreas Stavridis, Ph.D., University at Buffalo assistant professor of civil, structural and environmental engineering, is traveling to Nepal with a team of researchers.

Finley receives two ACEC awards

Finley Engineering Group, Inc. won two American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Awards for expertise in bridge design and construction engineering.

Separating facts from earthquake fiction in San Andreas, the movie

The latest disaster movie, San Andreas, has drawn considerable attention, especially when coupled with the real-life earthquake disaster that struck Nepal April 25 and the magnitude 4.8 gentle-reminder earthquake 100 miles north of Las Vegas that rattled homes and highways throughout the valley on May 22.

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