Historic Restoration Presentations Delivered
Richard L. Applebaum, P.E., SECB, has given presentations recently in one of his primary areas of expertise, historic restoration. Rich works with the structure and the building envelopes of historic and older buildings, specializing in masonry restoration. His most recent audiences included staff members at Colgate University and members of the Spafford Area Historical Society.
James A. D’Aloisio, P.E., SECB, LEED-AP, has given a number of presentations on sustainable design from the aspect of structural engineering to various audiences over the past year. He presented the “Ten Tenets of Structural Sustainability” in several cities last fall as part of the U.S. Green Building Council New York Upstate Chapter’s Sustainable Speakers Series.
The Green presentations this spring have included:
“What It Means to be Green” for the New York Materials Annual Seminar. This was a discussion of the sustainability of concrete for people in the concrete construction industry.
“Ten Tenets of Structural Sustainability” for the USGBC New York Upstate Capital District Region.
A presentation to the Municipal Electric Utilities Association Convention in Syracuse.
“LEED for Civil Engineers” for the Clarkson University ASCE Student Chapter.
“What It Means to be Green – Sustainability for Engineering Design Firms” for the Consulting Engineers Council of
New York State breakfast meeting in Syracuse.
Jim has been presenting on a number of structural engineering topics over the past five years. He is a member of the Advisory Board and Chair of the Nominating Committee for the USGBC New York Upstate Chapter.