Ryan A. Carris, P.E., recently rejoined Walker as a Restoration Consultant III in our Elgin office. Ryan’s expertise includes restoration of structures from beginning to end – condition assessments and construction documents through construction completion. Welcome back Ryan!
Al Bustamante, P.E. will present “Parking Structures – Don’t Just React” at the July 19th meeting of the Gulf Coast Chapter of RCI. Al’s presentation will cover an overview of the asset management plan, investigation approaches, effective repairs, and preventative maintenance of parking structures.
Walker Restoration Consultants’ Omid Gooranorimi, Ph.D., from our Chicago office, made a presentation at the IPI Conference on Sunday, May 21st in New Orleans, LA. Omid discussed “Maintenance and Repair for Different Types of Parking Structures.” His presentation will include an introduction covering general considerations for deterioration and repair; cost analysis and cost comparison for different types of parking structures; and Walker’s repair budgeting recommendations.
Dan Moser, S.E., P.E., Principal/Director of Restoration in the Elgin office, was named a “PTI Fellow” for outstanding long-term contributions to the Post-Tensioning Institute and the industry at the recent PTI Convention. Dan has been a member of PTI for more than 8 years and is a voting member of PTI CD-80 Repair, Rehabilitation and Strengthening Committee and the CRT-60 Field Personnel Certification Committee for Repair, Rehabilitation and Strengthening. Congratulations Dan!
Adam Szenk, R.A. recently joined the New York City Office as Director of Restoration. Adam, formerly of FKC/GEI, is a registered architect with 20 years experience in façade waterproofing and roofing/plaza design with a background in forensic investigations, non-destructive testing, project management and litigation support services. Welcome Adam!
Diego Romero, Ph.D., P.E. and Al Bustamante, P.E., CDT recently published an article in APT International Bulletin, Photogrammetry as a Tool to Replace Eroded Decorative Architectural Elements. The article discusses using photogrammetry to create approximate replicas of cast-stone panels from the historic Lancaster Hotel in Houston.