HONOLULU, HAWAII – DECEMBER 8, 2022 – BASE has announced that Hale Kalele was awarded the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Grand Award by ASCE Hawaii Chapter. Completed in May 2022, Hale Kalele was a public-private partnership and an unprecedented cross-agency enterprise between the Hawaii State Judiciary and the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation to… Read More
We’re thrilled to announce that we’re #3 in this year’s ranking of Best Structural Engineering Firms to Work For! 2022 marks our third consecutive appearance in the top 5 and we’re also #4 in AEC firms with 10-49 employees!
Our very own Yuriy Mikhaylov was named a 2022 Rising Star in Structural Engineering by Civil+Structural Engineer Magazine. Yuriy leads our Guam office and is not only an engineer but also an ICC-certified Master of Special Inspection who has been critical in the success of our projects in the Pacific Rim.
This 6-story, 166,000 SF BEQ proceeded on a fast-track basis and the structural system consists of a two-way cast-in-place concrete frame with perimeter masonry walls designed to meet the DoD’s progressive collapse avoidance requirements.
In the September 2021 issue of Building Management Hawaii, Steve Baldridge gives advice for assessing risks in existing structures in Hawaii. Building codes, fire safety, hurricanes, earthquakes, concrete maintenance and quality of construction are variables to be aware of.
Located in Noida, India, Wave One is a 41-story mixed-use building with more than 2 million square feet of floor area. Post-tensioning helped simplify many challenges by allowing for the removal, transfer, and shifting of columns. It also permitted slabs to span longer where required.