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Jeff Falero, PE

Mr. Falero serves as a Senior Project Manager for Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. (Partner). He is responsible for performing structural calculations in accordance with modern and historic building codes in support of building investigations and of structural retrofit, visiting properties and conducting on-site reconnaissance including structural evaluations, visual observations, planning reviews and existing report reviews, authoring seismic risk assessment reports, and providing technical recommendations and solutions to both internal and external clients.

Prior to joining Partner, Mr. Falero was responsible for the design of a diverse array of structures. These included, Multi-story steel platforms, pipe and duct support frames and conveyor systems, and Seismic Bracing of Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing systems for the new Medical Center of Stanford University, Hospitals, Research Facilities and Utilities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition, Mr. Falero is knowledgeable with Seismic Strengthening and Retrofit of wood, concrete, steel and masonry buildings, and the seismic strengthening and new design of reinforced concrete box girder highway bridges throughout California. He has completed Seismic Evaluations of buildings both for the Federal General Services Administration as well as for Private Property Managers and owners, and Seismic Evaluations for the Building Occupancy Resumption Program (BORP) of the City of San Francisco and other Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).