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Structured Connections - Orange County

  • February 21, 2023
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Degenkolb Engineers, 2401 E Katella Ave, Suite #280, Anaheim, CA


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Our codes and standards continue to improve with enhancements that directly impact structural engineering practice in Southern California. With projected significant demand for the evaluation and retrofit of concrete structures throughout California, it is more important than ever that you and your team know what is coming next. For the 2/21 Structured Connections to be hosted by Degenkolb Engineers in their new Orange County Office, hear an executive summary of what is coming next in ACI 369 and ACI 374, and relevant concrete sections in ASCE 41-23. Also hear about the opportunity to shape the future editions of these standards including through collaboration with the Japanese Concrete Institute (JCI). SEAOSC EBC members recently met with representatives from JCI to share seismic retrofit case studies.


Garrett Hagen is a nationally recognized expert in seismic hazard mitigation. He brings his passion for contributing to state-of-practice standards and guidelines for earthquake resilience to a diverse range of building design and seismic strengthening schemes. In addition to the development of conference papers, committee reports, and the ASCE 41 standard, Garret contributes in the following professional organizational roles:

  • Chair of ACI 374 for performance-based seismic design of concrete buildings
  • Chair of ACI Committee 369-D for updates to ASCE 41 wall provisions
  • Co-chair of SEAOSC Existing Building Committee
  • Past Chair of SEAOC (CA state) Existing Building Committee

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