Masonry Lintel Design and Detailing
by Scott W. Walkowicz, P.E., NCEES
April 9, 2019; 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Pacific TimeSmall Business System Requirements FAQ Register
ICC Preferred Provider Course Number: 19703
This session presents key concepts that optimize masonry performance through better detailing and design analysis. General content is provided on the detailing benefits of masonry lintels contrasted with concerns related to other lintel materials. Design approaches are identified and analytical examples are provided.
Scott Walkowicz, PE is the owner of Walkowicz Consulting Engineers, Lansing, Michigan and is a former Principal with a multi-discipline firm. The 2018 TMS Haller Award winner for enhancing design practice, he currently consults with other engineers as well as architects, contractors and owners on behalf of the Michigan Masonry Coalition, the Indiana/Kentucky and New Jersey Structural Masonry Coalitions and does specialty structural design and investigative work. Scott is a recognized expert in structural masonry engineering and investigation. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil/Structural Engineering from Clemson University as well as a B.S. degree in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University.
Scott is a Past President of The Masonry Society (TMS) and a member of the Main Committee, as well as the Design and the Reinforcement and Connectors Subcommittees for the TMS 402/602 Committee (formerly the Masonry Standards Joint Committee (MSJC)) where he participates in revisions to the structural masonry code. He is registered in multiple states and has analyzed and designed buildings across the country and overseas including many with unusual or creative uses of structural masonry.
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