R&M Expands Structural Engineering Group with Two New Hires
Jun Robinson and Joshua Chaney recently joined R&M CONSULTANTS, INC. (R&M).
Robinson is a Structural Staff Engineer and Chaney is a Structural Project Engineer in the firm’s Engineering Department. Both professionals bring additional skills and expertise to R&M, expanding the firm’s structural engineering capabilities.
The additions provide structural technical design work in support of a variety of building, bridge, transportation, site development, utility, and waterfront projects. This includes port and harbor development projects, including piers, wharfs, mooring dolphins and moorage float systems; structural analysis and foundation designs to support other vertical projects; and seismic design.
Robinson has more than 15 years of experience in civil, structural and architectural design. He has worked on a variety of infrastructure projects in the petroleum industry, which have included plot arrangements, foundations, structural detail and design, architectural design and material takeoffs for North Slope drill pads, modules and pipelines. He is also experienced in steel design, reinforced concrete design, structural analysis, arctic engineering, timber design and mechanics of materials. Since joining R&M, Robinson has been working on structural design for the Palmer Station Pier Replacement project in Antarctica and a replacement Snow Removal Equipment Building in McGrath for the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities. He has degrees in Architecture and Engineering Technology and as well as Civil Engineering, both from UAA.
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