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Benjamin Tanjo

Engineer-in-Training

Seattle, Washington

PRACTICE AREAS
> Structural analysis and design
> Structural evaluation and repair
> Construction observation
> Forensic and failure investigation

Benjamin joins OAC’s Building Enclosure/Facilities Architecture & Engineering group as their newest Engineer in Training. He interned with OAC during the summer of 2014, where he assisted on site investigations and other projects. Benjamin graduated from Washington State University in  2014, with his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, with an emphasis on structural, steel, reinforced concrete and timber structure design. At OAC, Benjamin will assist with structural design analysis and detailing, and on forensic investigations for a variety of public and private clients.

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Construction Management. Architecture. Engineering.

OAC has a successful history with specialized design and construction because we love what we do. We serve our clients as collaborators, and we design and manage projects that improve where people live, work, learn and play. Because of this, we’ve gathered a superlative staff of professionals who share our core values, and our vision – do what we love in the service of people who love what we do.