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Available Products. The library of completed ATC products includes more than 100 publications on key issues in structural, earthquake, wind, and coastal engineering. Some are available as free downloads and others can be purchased through ATC’s newly updated online store. More…
Projects. With funding from various government agencies and the ATC Endowment Fund, ATC is actively engaged in a broad range of funded technical projects to mitigate the effects of natural and other hazards on the built environment.
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REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS
The Applied Technology Council, in cooperation with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, is seeking proposals from U.S. engineers and engineering firms to conduct trial evaluations of older concrete frame structures using the methodology described in the ATC-78-3 report, Seismic Evaluation of Older Concrete Frame Buildings for Collapse Potential.
This solicitation is the second in a series of planned trial evaluation programs intended to inform future versions of the methodology.
ATC, in cooperation with the City of Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety, is seeking proposals from Southern California engineers and engineering firms to conduct trial evaluations of older concrete frame structures using the methodology described in the ATC-78-3 report, Seismic Evaluation of Older Concrete Frame Buildings for Collapse Potential.
This solicitation is the first in a series of planned trial evaluation programs.