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.
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.
Experience WJE's capabilities, project work, laboratories, and company culture as told by our staff and clients in this selection of videos.
View a glass panel loaded to failure in a vacuum chamber. MORE >Solving for Why: Vacuum Chamber Glass Test
The Indiana War Memorial (IWM) occupies one city block and sits in the center of the five-block... MORE >The Indiana War Memorial: Building Envelope Assessment and Repair
See our atomic absorption instrument identify elements in a mortar sample. MORE >Solving for Why: Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
See a monotonic tension test -- pulling rebar apart until it breaks -- using our Tinius Olsen... MORE >Solving for Why: Monotonic Tension Test
WJE petrographers demonstrate a series of evaluations they perform to determine the durability... MORE >Solving for Why: Evaluating Water-to-Cement Ratio
A Janney Technical Center Video Series MORE >Solving for Why: Accelerated Weathering to Test Stone Durability
A WJE chemist walks through one method used to identify materials MORE >Solving for Why: Material Identification
Learn about the restoration of the Salk Institute's teak windows. MORE >Salk Institute for Biological Studies: Teak Wood Window Conservation Program
JTC provides advanced testing and forensic capabilities to solve the most technically... MORE >Janney Technical Center
This full-scale fire test saved WJE's client approximately $1 million in unnecessary replacement... MORE >A WJE Case Study: Sprinkler Test
Hear staff members describe their experiences and insights working at WJE. MORE >WJE Careers: Extraordinary People. Extraordinary Opportunity.
Learn how WJE's highly qualified engineers, architects, and materials scientists are providing... MORE >Solutions for the Built World
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.
11:15 AM - 12:00 PM ET
JW Marriott Nashville
10:20 AM - 11:05 AM ET
JW Marriott Nashville
University of Cape Town, Graduate School of Business
Cape Town, South Africa
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM CT
Holiday Inn Chicago Downtown
11:40 AM - 11:52 PM PT
Los Angeles, CA
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