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August 23, 2016

New FAA Drone Regulations & Restrictions

by Fred Jorgensen

New rules set by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), taking effect in August, open the sky to the commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), and legislate the current guidelines for personal use. The additional rules for commercial use are: a pilot registration system and protocol to waive certain FAA restrictions. The waiver system is the most significant new rule. With the proper waivers, companies can now legally provide customers with a wide variety of UAS based services.


May 25, 2016

White House Summit:  Resilient Building Codes

by Kim Gayo

Evan Reis, Senior Managing Engineer at Hinman Consulting Engineers, attended the White House Summit on Resilient Building Codes, on May 10, 2016. The White House hosted the conference to highlight the critical role of building codes in furthering community resilience and the importance of incorporating resilience and the future impacts of climate change in the codes and standards development process. The Administration highlighted Federal and private sector efforts aimed at advancing the principles of resilience in building codes and standards, and building design.


November 02, 2015

Don’t Miss Hinman at the 2015 SAME National Small Business Conference in New Orleans!

by Kim Gayo

Hinman is thrilled to announce that we will be exhibitors at the 2015 SAME (Society of American Military Engineers) National Small Business Conference in New Orleans on November 4-6, 2015.


September 11, 2015

Hinman Remembers 9/11

by Francois Fayad

Remembering to remember is a powerful act, a sacred statement that the bonds that unite us are stronger than the forces that seek to divide us.


September 10, 2015

Fire & Blast: Like Two Peas in a Pod

by Kevin Mueller

I had the privilege this past week of attending and presenting Hinman’s current research on a simplified multi-hazard analysis approach for crude-oil train derailments at the 1st International Conference on Structural Safety under Fire and Blast. Approximately 80 delegates from 14 countries within North America, Asia, and Europe convened in Glasgow, Scotland for the 3 day conference to discuss recent advances and issues surrounding the behavior of structures under fire and blast loads.


July 22, 2015

Hinman Ranks #3 Best Firms To Work For

by Isaac Kaijankoski

Hinman is so proud to announce that Zweig White has just named us as the 2015 #3 Structural Firm to Work For! Hinman strives to ensure that we complement our excellent client service and high quality and innovative work with a world-class working environment for our engineers and administrative staff.


July 07, 2015

Safety and Security of LNG Powered Cruise Ships

by Kevin Mueller

Historically, cruise ships utilize large diesel engines and transmissions (similar to vehicles) to generate the power needed for propulsion. As cruise ships became larger and the demand for electricity substantially increased, diesel-electric engines became the norm with hybrid propulsion systems. While improvements have been made on the propulsion system with more advanced propellers, fundamentally the power system for cruise ships have remained unchanged for years. The technology to power ships using alternative fuels such as LNG has been available for quite some time, but the infrastructure needed for wide-spread operation does not fully exist.


July 01, 2015

Designing Glazing Systems Under the Updated UFC 

by Kim Gayo

Are you interested in learning more about the updated UFC? 

Join our very own Matt Nebel, alongside Jeffrey Nielsen of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC), as they present “Designing Glazing Systems Under the Updated UFC 4-010-01, AT/FP Requirements”, hosted by the Society of American Military Engineers on Thursday, July 9, 2015.


April 13, 2015

ASCE Structures Congress 2015

by Kim Gayo

Headed to ASCE’s Structures Congress on April 23-25 in Portland? Be sure to catch our very own Hinman Engineers throughout the conference presenting the latest in protective design. Get the scoop on our Engineers and topics here!


February 05, 2015

Protecting Our Infrastructure From Hydrocarbon Fires

by Kevin Mueller

The 2013 “Report Card for America’s Infrastructure,” published by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), rates the current state of our country’s infrastructure as a D+. Anyone who went through the public education system in the United States knows that D+ is barely above failure. The estimated investment for infrastructure alone needed by the year 2020 is $3.6 trillion, just under the entire 2016 United States government budget submitted by President Obama to Congress. While the task may seem daunting considering the required investment comes out to over $11k per capita (based on the United States Census Bureau online population clock), government at all levels and the civil engineering community are working to try and reverse course.


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