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Eve Hinman

President and Founder

Eve Hinman pioneered the field of blast engineering. In 1983, she became one of the first structural engineers in the United States to take on this highly specialized design work, when the bombings of the U.S. embassy and Marine Barracks in Beirut brought to the attention of the Federal government the need for anti-terrorism solutions. Since then she has designed nuclear missile silos, NATO military facilities, industrial buildings subject to accidental explosions, and civilian buildings vulnerable to terrorist attack. In addition, she was listed as expert witness for the U.S. Department of Justice in the criminal prosecution of Timothy McVeigh. As a founding member, Eve Hinman helped Weidlinger Associates establish their anti-terrorist design specialty consulting practice. She subsequently went on to found Hinman in 1997.

Eve received her doctorate in Engineering Mechanics, and her MS and BS in Civil Engineering from Columbia University (with structural emphasis). She is a registered Professional Engineer in California and New York.

All articles by Eve Hinman

September 09, 2013

Rising Tides

by Eve Hinman

I have been talking about coastal flooding and sea level rise obsessively for several years now I’ve been going to flood conferences where I find myself to be usually one of the few from the left coast. It is another indication the local engineering community does not take water threats seriously. Not like New Yorkers who understand and obsess about water like I do. New Yorkers are my people!

January 23, 2013

Designing Beyond the Edge

by Eve Hinman

I learned years ago that if there is a dispute related to a construction job involving blast design, blast will always be blamed for causing cost overruns…

November 14, 2012

Hinman Consulting Engineers Supports the Red Cross’ Post Hurricane Sandy Efforts

by Eve Hinman

With the spirit of the holidays nearly upon us, we call upon others to assist in any way they can.

October 25, 2012

Reminders of the Not So Distant Past

by Eve Hinman

...concepts of resiliency need to be universally embraced to unite communities together in the face of future disasters, to rebuild our lives, and to not ever forget again.

September 19, 2012

Top Player - They Are Where the Action Is

by Eve Hinman

Our industry needs an overhaul. Engineering is a thoughtful process, not number crunching. I believe that the future will require us to design and construct buildings to integrate all disciplines seamlessly and sustainably…

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