April 8, 2019
On Wednesday, April 24th, Jarret Johnson, an Associate Principal of DeSimone’s Structural Engineering Practice, will discuss the structural design and unique logistical challenges to complete the new Statue of Liberty Museum at the Concrete Industry Board’s Spring 2019 Educational Seminar. Designed by FX Collaborative with DeSimone Consulting Engineers, the new Statue of Liberty museum encompasses 26,000sf including 15,000sf of exhibition space, a landscaped roof, and a waterfront public plaza.
Mr. Johnson will be joined by Douglas Phelps, President of Phelps Construction Group, who oversaw successful construction of the new museum.
Presentation topics include:
- Producing, Placing, and Curing Concrete for a National Landmark
- Controlling the hydration of concrete for extended hours
- Mobilizing concrete construction teams in extraordinary weather conditions
- Understanding the value of Hydration stabilizers logistically for meeting design paraments
The New Statue of Liberty and the Role of Hydration Stabilizer Concrete
CLUB 101 | 101 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017
Jarret Johnson, PE, Associate Principal DeSimone Consulting Engineers
Douglas G. Phelps, President, Phelps Construction Group
Statue of Liberty Museum Construction Time-Lapse 2016-2018 (via EarthCam)