Jeremy Hasselbauer is a structural design engineer at Magnusson Klemencic Associates (MKA). He is an active member of the firm’s Analysis, High-Rise, and Wind Technical Specialist Teams, working to improve the firm’s expertise in the fields of tall buildings and wind engineering.
Jeremy received his Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering and Mathematics in 2011 from the University of Nevada, Reno and his Masters of Science in Civil Engineering in 2012 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In addition to the Structural Engineering Institute’s Tall Buildings Committee, Jeremy is a member of the Task Committee on Performance-Based Design of Tall Buildings Under Wind, a committee charged with developing a consensus framework for the design of tall buildings under wind loads based on specified performance objectives.
Over his career, Jeremy has designed numerous tall buildings throughout the United States, including historical landmark high-rises, mixed-use towers up to 88-stories, and multiple super-tall projects up to 346 m(1,136 ft) in both high seismic regions utilizing advanced performance-based design approaches and in hurricane regions. As Vice-Chair of the CTBUH Seattle Young Professionals Committee, he hopes to facilitate professional development between young practitioners in the many disciplines involved in urban development, and to advance and promote the tall building industry.
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