Work has also been quite productive and things are actually getting crossed off of my list which is a great feeling. The only problem is that as quickly as I manage to eliminate items, items are added just as quickly. I am very pleased to have reached a concluding point with the SAFE model for the roof concrete slab (for 60% design at least, definitely not completely finished) and having submitted my first project using Google Sketchup. I know that project was not perfect but it was a whole lot of fun to create and learn from.
Finish construction phases in Google Sketchup for David
Create detail sheet for the base slab
Insert section callouts for all Structural Plan sheets (on hold)Make sure SAFE model of lid slab passes Keith’s approvalUpdate SAFE model of lid slab with appropriate placement of design strips (also updated the geometry per the architects specs and added beams to take on TOD loading on the lid)Send out sheet list for transition section at UW StationDetail weld connection for soldier pile wall for the Roosevelt Station
Proceed with creating and updating details for transition section at UW StationConclude design and analysis of SAP beam model for the utility tunnel at UW (FINALLY got the lateral analysis of the utility tunnel working after many trials. Unfortunately I think my comrad, Dan, is going to be headed to Vancouver for the next 9 months to work on a project there)
I love to be active, be outside and be in the sun. I am shy but friendly, lazy but active, motivated but content, and I would smile my entire life if I could. I have lived in Michigan all my life until I took a chance to move to the Pacific Northwest in 2011 after graduating from the University of Michigan. It has been a great adventure. I am very excited to see where this chapter in my life takes me!
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