Mr. Bracken’s training, experience and practice include working as an engineer on structural, building envelope, general civil, floodplane, construction, building code applications and forensic engineering projects as well as Urban Search And Rescue responses. Within the structural and building envelope arena, Mr. Bracken has overseen and performed design, analysis and forensic investigations of concrete, masonry, wood, steel, aluminum, fiberglass, glass/glazing, precast and pre-tensioned structures. His design responsibilities have included new construction, upgrading and retrofitting structures to meet dynamic and increased static loading requirements; design and rehabilitation of fixed and movable structures; and design of false work and shoring. Within the general civil and floodplane arena, Mr. Bracken has overseen and performed design, analysis and forensic investigations of residential, commercial and industrial projects in X, A and V zones. His design responsibilities have included potable water transportation systems, non-potable water transportation systems, transportation structure utility crossings and floodplane management as it relates to FEMA's NFIP. Within the forensic arena, Mr. Bracken has experience and has been qualified to evaluate and opine on structural engineering, construction, building envelopes, industry standards, Building & Life Safety Codes, FEMA's NFIP and construction practices regarding vertical and horizontal habitable and transportation structures.
P.E., SI, F. NAFE, SECB, CFM, StS2, F.SEI, F.ASCE
SEI Fellow Since 2014