Building on more than sixty years of finding innovative solutions to construction-related problems, WJE recognizes the value of knowledge sharing and collaboration, not just among our employees but with our industry colleagues as well. Through a series of articles, our experts share their knowledge and experiences on a variety of topics, both general and specific. We encourage you to use our filters to find subjects that interest you and may help you better understand a challenge you face in your work.
Learn about common open web steel joists in this WJE Primer article MORE >WJE Primer: An Overview of Open Web Steel Joists
In the context of historic preservation, the use of coatings presents unique challenges. MORE >A Preservation Perspective on Coatings
Maintaining and repairing existing buildings represents an efficient use of resources that... MORE >Current Code and Repair of Damaged Buildings
In this WJE Primer article, Ross Smith examines five keys to understanding the value of BECx MORE >WJE Primer: 5 Keys to Understanding the Value of Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx)
Exploration of critical design considerations and workmanship issues MORE >Adhered Stone Veneer - Understanding a Sticky Situation
Case studies examine two different plaster remediation projects (part 2 of 2). MORE >Assessment and Repair of Historic Plaster Systems (Part 2)
Case studies examine two different plaster remediation projects (part 1 of 2). MORE >Assessment and Repair of Historic Plaster Systems (Part 1)
Elise Love explores a phenomenon known as galvanic corrosion in this WJE Primer article MORE >WJE Primer: Galvanic Corrosion
Stone durability can vary, so analyzing composition is one approach discussed in this WJE Primer... MORE >WJE Primer: Evaluating Stone Durability
Understanding changes in aluminum-framed fenestration systems MORE >Retrofitting with High-Performance Aluminum-Framed Window Systems
In this WJE Primer article, Logan Cook shares five common winter challenges to consider while... MORE >WJE Primer: Addressing Your Building's Winter Blahs
In this WJE Primer article, the use of deicers on concrete roadways and walkways is examined MORE >WJE Primer: Deicers
WJE regularly hosts webinars on interesting topics and challenges related to the built world. We encourage you to search through our library for subjects of interest to you. Watch, listen, and share with others. And join our webinar mailing list to receive invitations to upcoming live webinars; attendees are eligible to earn AIA learning units (PDHs). Whether you join us live or view a recording, we hope you'll learn something new that will help you in your work.
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WJE encourages its engineers, architects, and materials scientists to contribute to the ongoing dialogue of the built world through the sharing of presentations at conferences, seminars, and other educational forums. Please check back on a regular basis to see where a WJE expert will be speaking next.
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FacadeOrdinance.com contains general information regarding facade ordinances in various cities throughout the United States. The site contains information, deadlines, and timelines on facade ordinances for Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Milwaukee, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and St. Louis.
SeismicOrdinances.com serves as a knowledge base for information regarding seismic assessment and retrofit requirements and relevant deadlines that pertain to seismic ordinances in various cities throughout California. The site covers both wood-frame soft-story structures and non-ductile concrete structures in the following cities: Alameda, Berkeley, Beverly Hills, Burbank, Fremont, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Oakland, Pasadena, Richmond, San Francisco, Santa Monica, Torrance, and West Hollywood.