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- From: "Brandon Erickson" <erickson(--nospam--at)smtp.degenkolbsf.com>
- Date: Wed, 06 May 98 15:54:52 PST
David: I am fron the state of Maine. I am interested in talking with you via email privately. Could you please send me your email address? Thank you, Brandon erickson(--nospam--at)degenkolb.com ____________________Reply Separator____________________ Subject: East Coast Lateral Forces Author: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org Date: 5/6/98 2:43 PM I work in the state of Maine and always design for lateral forces, wind and yes seismic. As a matter of fact the design for lateral forces is usually the most challenging part of the design. Verly often seismic design presents the most challenges, for example complying with lateral drift limitations. Unfortunately their is the attitude among some that earthquakes will never happen. I hope this answered the question. David N. Martin, P.E.
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