For the design of the Tsubaki Tower in Guam, spectral accelerations were similar in intensity to Los Angeles and the island nation is situated in “Typhoon Alley.” With the highest frequency of tropical cyclones on earth, wind loads exceeded design seismic loads by far.
HONOLULU, HAWAII – JUNE 1, 2021 – In an annual listing of Best Firms to Work For, BASE ranked fifth in the structural engineering category and tenth in the 1-49 firm size category. This year marks BASE’s 16th appearance in the list and the only structural firm to make the list 11 years in a… Read More
Congratulations to Steve Baldridge who was named 2021 Engineer of the Year by the Hawaii Society of Professional Engineers! He will accept the award during a virtual ceremony on February 26. Steve founded BASE in 1995 after over a decade of experience as a structural engineer at other firms. He leads BASE’s pursuit of innovation… Read More
BASE Vice President Frank Humay talks about BASE’s involvement in military construction in Guam.