WJE Principal Conrad Paulson Joins L.A. Office
Since joining WJE in 1982, Mr. Paulson has been involved with a wide variety of projects, including the seismic evaluation of various international U.S. Department of State locations; the historic preservation of The Marquette Building and Pilgrim Baptist Church, both in Chicago, Illinois; and research and testing for various manufacturers. Mr. Paulson has published articles and given lectures in the areas of earthquake engineering; structural engineering for archaic structural systems; testing and use of mechanical reinforcing bar splices; and fatigue of reinforced concrete. He currently co-instructs "Seismic Design and Performance of Building Structures," a continuing education course offered by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He is a voting member of ACI Code Subcommittee 318B on Reinforcement and Development and also on AISC Specification Task Committee 7 on Evaluation and Repair.
Mr. Paulson moves to Los Angeles after twenty-four years in WJE's Chicago office. He holds a bachelor of science in civil engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a master of science in engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a licensed engineer in California, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, and Virginia.
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