Evan Reis, SE
Evan graduated with this Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Structural Engineering from Stanford University in 1988. The following year he began a decade of helping the University recover from the Loma Prieta Earthquake. He was the structural engineer for the award-winning seismic retrofit of several of Stanford’s most historic buildings, including the Memorial Church and Stanford Art Museum. Evan has provided engineering and risk management services to some of nation’s largest organizations in the education, healthcare, high technology, energy, insurance and government services sectors. He was a pioneer in developing performance based engineering and resilience design standards, and was part of the development team for FEMA’s flagship risk modeling tool — HAZUS. He is the Executive Director of the US Resiliency Council, a non-profit organization that he co-founded as a way to educate building stakeholders and the public about resilience based design.
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