Nawy, Edward G. Prestressed Concrete: a Fundamental Approach. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, 2000. Print.
| 04.28.12 CPEP Completed and Ready
04.28.12 Thesis Reflection Posted
04.28.12 Thesis Research Posted
04.28.12 Final Presentation Slides
04.04.12 Final Report Posted
03.25.12 Presentation Outline Posted
03.25.12 Sample Slides Posted
01.27.12 Revised Thesis
01.26.12 Question Posted to
01.16.12 Building Statistics Part
01.12.12 Proposal Revision Posted
12.15.11 Thesis Proposal Posted
11.18.11 Technical Report 3 Posted
10.24.11 Thesis Abstract Posted
10.19.11 Technical Report 2 Posted
09.23.11 Technical Report 1 Posted
09.12.11 Building Statistics Part I Posted
09.08.11 Owner Permission
09.08.11 Student Biography Posted
08.26.11 Building Statistics Draft
| Naeim, Farzad. The Seismic Design Handbook. New York: Springer Science + Buisness Media, LLC, 2001. Print.
Old Castle. Web. 03 Apr. 2012. <http://www.oldcastle.com/index.php>.
Seismic Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings SEI/ASCE 41-06. American Society of Civil Engineers, 2006. Print.
Skinner, R. Ivan, William H. Robinson, and G. H. McVerry. An Introduction to Seismic Isolation. Chichester: Wiley, 1993. Print.
University of California. “Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center: NGA Database.”
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Waier, P. R., ed. (2012). RS Means Building Construction Cost Data 2012, 70th ed., RS Means Company, Kingston, MA.
| Note: While great efforts have been taken to provide
accurate and complete information on the pages of
CPEP, please be aware that the information contained
herewith is considered a work in progess for this thesis
project. Modifications and changes related to the
original building design and construction methodo-
logies for this senior thesis project are solely the
intrepretation of Nathan McGraw. Changes and
discrepancies in now way imply the the original
design contained errors or was flawed. Differing
assumptions, code references, requirements, and
methodologies have been incorporated into this thesis
project; therefore, investigation results may vary from
the orginal design.