RESCHEDULED TO DECEMBER 15.
Please join us for our webinar Thursday, November 17, when Eric Homburg of DUDLEY will present Bypassing Expansive Soils with Hollow Core Planks Over a Crawlspace.
- Thursday, November 17, 2022.
- Noon-1:00 p.m. (Central).
- Online webinar.
- Free to SEAoT members, $10 for non-members.
- Group registrations are available! Pay $25 for up to 5, or $50 for 6 or more. Have one person register, pick the group option, and pay for the group option. After the webinar, email your sign-in sheet to [email protected].
- Registration closes at noon the day before the webinar.
- 1.0 PDH* with verified attendance
How to register:
- Click here to register
- Non-members: submit payment at the SEAoT Houston Payment Page
- Instructions for accessing the webinar will be provided by email
The Oscar Johnson Jr. Community Center is a 2-story, 120,000 sq ft mass timber facility to begin construction in the next few months. Its foundation was originally suggested to be a stiffened slab on grade. During the course of design and coordination, it was determined that a suspended hollow core plank slab system supported by elevated concrete beams and belled piers would be more economic, save time during construction, while also yielding better lifetime performance for the structure. This presentation strives to explain the factors that led to this decision, design considerations, and how the system could be applied to other projects.
Eric Homburg, P.E. S.E. is a Project Manager at DUDLEY in Houston, Texas. His peers have referred to him as a great resource and mentor. Two notable projects from his career include the Oscar Johnson Jr. Community Center in Conroe, TX (subject of this presentation) and the 21-story One Museum Square in Los Angeles, CA.
Featured image, retrieved from Structure: Rendering of Oscar Johnson Community Center. Courtesy of Burditt Consultants.
* PDHs for this course will be provided by SEAoT Houston and are NOT accredited by NCSEA or any other organization.