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Resiliency of Precast: Structural Durability and Recovery for Natural Disasters
Building a landmark is more than developing an iconic design, it’s about creating a resilient and safe structure that protects those within while withstanding the elements. To create durable structures that easily recover from the elements or natural disasters, it’s important to balance the building system’s short-term and long-term durability, inherent protections and ability to recover. Join us June 14th at 10am MT / 11am CST to learn from Wells Design Engineering experts on ways to enhance a structure’s resilience. Our CEU accredited webinar will walk you through how properly designed precast can stand the test of time.

Wells prefabricated construction solutions support projects across the US, from the Western Mountain States to the Great Lakes and in-between, each geographic region and the building within experiences unique natural elements or disaster challenges. Whether a community experiences fires, earthquakes, tornados or just extreme weather shifts, prefabricated concrete can increase a structure’s resiliency tenfold. So, what is the level of design needed to withstand your regional challenges? Hear from Wells experts, including Seth Falcon, Bria Lange and Phillip Thomas represent each of our regions and will share valuable insight into design techniques necessary to a building’s longevity.

Jun 14, 2022 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Seth Falcon
Design Engineer | Midwest @Wells
Seth Falcon obtained a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of North Dakota (UND) in Grand Forks, ND Starting with Wells in an internship as a Quality Control Tech and later with the R&D team, Seth continued on in Wells’ EIT program and joined construction services as a Field Engineer. He currently works as a Design Engineer for the Midwest region.
Bria Lange
Design Engineer | Great Lakes @Wells
Bria Lange graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Iowa State University. She has worked in the construction industry as a Structural Engineer for over 10 years and has diverse experience designing steel, cast-in-place concrete, bridges and precast concrete structures. She has been with Wells’ Great Lakes engineering team since 2017.
Phillip Thomas
Design Engineer | Mountain States @Wells
Phillip has worked within the Engineering department at Wells for 15 years. Phillip prepares and reviews calculations and coordinates internal and external Engineering Resources in the Wells Mountain States Division. Over the years he has designed over 50,000 cubic yards of concrete.