Author: Gerard Nieblas, Brandow & Johnston, Inc.
Brandow & Johnston’s Josh Gebelein was recognized at the March 1, 2017 SEAOSC meeting for his contribution as the Chair of the Committee that authored the Design Guide for the City of Los Angeles’ Mandatory Earthquake Hazard Reduction in Existing Non-Ductile Concrete Buildings (NDC). […]
President Gerard Nieblas recently wrote ‘West Coast Boast,’ an article about Wilshire Grand for Modern Steel Construction Magazine. The article focuses on both the outriggers and pre-compression of the building. The article was set to be featured in Modern Steel Construction Magazine’s February Edition. Click […]
Last Monday and Tuesday we pre-compressed the upper buckling restrained braces (BRB’s) between levels 70 – 73 in four equal increments to a total compressive force of 1050 kips (1.05 million pounds) per brace. We performed this work slowly over two days to provide the structure […]
Construction has begun on the Wilshire Grand “Crown Sail.” The crown sail will extend above the 73rd floor approximately 100 feet. Once the bulk of the steel for the sail has been erected and welded off, the spire erection will begin. The tentative date for […]
BJI is currently seeking a Senior Structural Revit/CAD Manager Duties and Requirements: Must have 8 – 10 years of structural Revit and structural CAD experience. Technical training and/or Certifications a plus Experience with all construction types (steel, concrete, wood, masonry) required Highly proficient with complex 3D […]
BJI is currently seeking a Structural Revit/CAD Drafter (Salary dependent on relevant experience and skill level) Duties and Requirements: Must have 2+ years of structural Revit and structural CAD experience. Technical training and/or Certifications a plus Experience with all construction types (steel, concrete, wood, masonry) preferred […]
As the new undergraduate facility at USC’s Marshall School of Business, Jill and Frank Fertitta Hall is a LEED-certified building. In addition to a basement level, the 5-story, 102,000 S.F. building will be distinctly located at the southeast corner of the University Park campus. […]