P-283, Water Survival Training Tank

  • MCRD Building 5, Seismic Retrofit, San Diego, CA - 1997-1998:  Seismic evaluation, concept study and retrofit design for a historic 2-story non-ductile concrete frame building with clay tile infill. 
     

  • BEQ 775, 864 and BOQ 572, Naval Air Station North Island, Coronado, CA - 1996:  Seismic investigation, evaluation, retrofit and architectural renovation of a 3-story non-ductile concrete frame structure, a four-story concrete masonry structure and eight single-story wood framed structures.
     

  • Physical Fitness Center (P-247), Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, CA - 1996: Structural and civil engineering for one-story steel frame and concrete masonry building.  Insulated metal roof, wood court flooring, built-in bleachers, playing courts, exercise/weight rooms, locker rooms, sauna, administrative area; storage/issue rooms, paving and site improvements.
     

  • P-283, Water Survival Training Tank, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA:  Structural engineering for one-story, pile supported masonry and steel framed training facility, including 120 x 240 roof span, pile supported training pool, locker rooms, bleachers, diving platforms and administrative areas.
     

  •  P-507 & P-508, Medical/Dental Clinic Facilities, Camp Pendleton, CA - 1997-1998:  Structural engineering of 2 one-story, $4.6 million concrete, masonry and steel framed clinic facilities including out-patient exam rooms, X-ray and dental facilities, offices, records and reception areas.
     

  • P-605, Las Pulgas Gymnasium, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, CA:  Structural engineering of $2.5 million masonry and steel framed fitness center including gymnasium, weight room, aerobics area, racquet ball courts, locker rooms and administrative facilities.
     

  • P-221T, Building 322, Seal Team Facility, Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, CA:  Structural design of new 2-story pile supported masonry, concrete and steel framed building.  Remodel and seismic retrofit of 4-story masonry building.
     

  • P-144, Waterfront Operations Facilities, Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, CA:  Preliminary design and preparation of design-built documents for two-story concrete, steel and masonry Seal Team Operations Building, vehicle and small craft maintenance facility, concrete pier structure, floating pier and mammal pier facilities.
     

  • P-069, Bachelor Enlisted Quarters, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, CA:  Structural engineering for $7.4 million split-face CMU (concrete masonry unit) building with a standing-seam metal roof, provides 100 sleeping/living units with an area of 4,250 square meters, including mechanical and electrical rooms.