Engineering Seminar Series
Presenters: Tim Tranel, P.E., and Nick Schneider, P.E., Origin Design
This seminar will discuss the latest model building code requirements for design and construction of community storm shelters. The evaluating areas of existing buildings for wind hazard protection will also be presented.
About the presenters
Tim Tranel, P.E., is a Structural Engineer and Vice President at Origin Design. Tim has over 31 years of experience designing and managing structural and architectural building projects for his industrial, municipal and commercial clients.
Nick Schneider, P.E., is a Structural Engineer and Project Manager at Origin Design. Nick has 15 years of experience designing both industrial and commercial facilities, including experience in storm shelter design.
Both speakers are proud alumni of UW-Platteville.
About the Engineering Seminar Series
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Engineering Seminar Series is offered on campus and via zoom. Free and open to the public, these presentations showcase the plan, design, construction, and maintenance of real-world engineering projects and how they change our community. Attendees are eligible for one professional development hour.
To request disability accommodations, contact the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science at 608.342.1561 or firstname.lastname@example.org.