American Concrete Institute (ACI) – Northern California Western Nevada Chapter bestowed their “Unique Use of Concrete” design award to the County of Kern’s Bakersfield Hall of Records. TETER’s Megan Chang, PE, was the Project Manager for this complicated, technically challenging project. The County’s Hall of Records is the oldest, functioning public-use building. Ms. Chang presented the project at the ACI’s Chapter meeting, where the ACI judges praised the team for “demonstrating the analytical and problem solving skills of the project team“. In addition to Structural Engineering services, TETER also provided Electrical and Plumbing Engineering. TETER is honored to have played a role in maintaining and extending the life of this historically registered building.
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