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Star Seismic Chief Engineer Named SEAU Engineer of the Year
Posted by Tasha Weiss on October 9, 2013 at 11:22 AM.

kim-robinson-star-seismic.jpgKimberly Robinson, S.E., chief engineer of Star Seismic (an AISC member), has been named Engineer of the Year by the Structural Engineers Association of Utah (SEAU), making her their official nominee for the Utah Engineers Council (UEC) award of the same title.
Robinson was honored at the SEAU’s opening social last month and will be invited to the UEC banquet this spring.
A structural engineer with 18 years of experience, Robinson is well known and active in the seismic design structural engineering community. She has several publication credits in MSC and regularly presents for industry organizations and conferences, most recently NASCC: The Steel Conference, the Structural Engineers Association of South Carolina, the Structural Engineers Association Northwest and Structural Engineering Society New Zealand.
Robinson frequently participates in and provides continuing education for structural engineers and has served as a curriculum advisor for the Civil Engineering program at the University of Utah, her alma mater. She also consults with AISC code writing authorities on connection and seismic design and was secretary/treasurer of the Structural Engineers Association of Utah.
You can read her latest MSC article, “No Buckling Under Pressure,” from the November 2012 issue, which she co-authored with Ryan A. Kersting, S.E., an associate principal at Buehler and Buehler Structural Engineers in Sacramento, and Brandt Saxey, S.E., chief engineer with CoreBrace, LLC (an AISC member and AISC certified fabricator) in West Jordan, Utah.


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