JAMA Employees Promoted to Project Manager

JAMA is pleased to announce that Ryan Anderson, Kimberly Pacheco, and Lawrence “Larry” Pitkin have been promoted to Project Manager. The trio offers clients a combined 27 years of experience, and were elevated in order to recognize their leadership skills, technical expertise, and ability to effectively manage projects from design, through production and construction.
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Emerson Awarded NCSEA Honors

Emerson College Los Angeles has been selected as a recipient of a 2016 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards given by the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA). The award was conferred during an awards presentation ceremony on Friday, September 16, at the NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit in Orlando, Florida.
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JAMA’s Larry Pitkin Goes for the Gold

JAMA’s Larry Pitkin, S.E. will be travelling to the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia to compete in the 2016 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship on Sept 4th. Athletes from over 70 countries will be competing in the 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike and 13.1 mile run. Live coverage of the race will be available on www.Ironman.com. More than 3,000 athletes from around the world who qualified at another IRONMAN 70.3 events wi
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JAMA’s Matt Timmers Speaks in Portugal

JAMA’s Matt Timmers spoke at the 2016 International Conference on Structures and Architecture (ICSA) in late July. The conference, held this year in Guimaraes, Portugal, is the world’s leading global conference bridging the gap between structures and architecture. Matt’s lecture on mass timber high-rise design, cost and schedule research presented the competitive advantages of wood over concrete.
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Emerson College Presented with AISC’s Highest Award

The American Institute of Steel Construction, (AISC), presented members of the Emerson College Los Angeles project team with the 2016 IDEAS2 Award for excellence in steel-framing building design. The project was the only recipient of the Presidential Award of Excellence in 2016, given in recognition of its particular accomplishments in structural engineering. To learn more about the award and the celebration, visit t
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JAMA Participates in Revit Technology Conference, Australia

JAMA’s BIM Director Marcello Sgambelluri presented at this year’s Revit Technology Conference (RTC) Australia, held May 12-14 in Hunter Valley, Australia. He presented two lectures (one on creating wonderfully parametric families; the other finding other uses for the Structural Analytical model in Revit beyond Structural Analysis). He also facilitated a lab on super cutting edge Revit Structural Modelling
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Cal Poly Pomona ARB Project in Civil Engineering Magazine

JAMA’s Cal Poly Pomona Administrative Replacement Building (ARB) has been published in Civil Engineering Magazine. This 8-story structure – referred to as a ‘groundscaper’ – symbolizes the mission of the university and will serve as the campus “front door” for prospective students, returning students, and alumni. Construction of the project will begin in the latter part of 2016, an
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JAMA BIM Director Receives Top Speaker Award

For the 4th year in a row, Marcello Sgambelluri, JAMA’s BIM Director, has received a Top Speaker Award at Autodesk University. The most recent conference was held in Las Vegas and the honor was received in the Best Instructional Demo category for his class, “More Practical Dynamo: Practical Uses for Dynamo Within Revit.” Congratulations Marcello for being singled out from among 800 classes!!
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Perot Museum in Dallas, Tx

Perot Museum Wins National AIA Award

The Perot Museum in Dallas has hit it big, securing one of this year’s coveted Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects. JAMA served as the structural engineer on the project in collaboration with Datum Engineers of Texas. As the highest design award in the nation, the Honor Awards are few and far between. Only 18 projects were honored out of 500 submissions this year in categories including Architectur
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MLK Ancillary Receives Sustainability Award

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Ancillary Building, a central component of the larger MLK Hospital Expansion, was selected to receive a 2015 Sustainable Innovation Award. Presented by the US Green Building Council – Los Angeles (USGCB-LA) at their Annual Green Gala on November 12th, the project was distinguished by design, construction and operation methods that enhance not only the MLK campus but the larger community. T
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