1 World Trade Center – Design and Construction
Presenter: Mr. Yoram Eilon, P.E.
Mr. Eilon will speak about the design and construction of One World Trade Center (1WTC), which is the tallest of the four buildings planned as part of the Ground Zero reconstruction master plan for lower Manhattan. It will also be the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere upon completion in 2013. The overall height of the tower from the ground level to the top of the spire reaches 1776 feet (541 meters) as a tribute to the "freedoms" emanating from the Declaration of Independence adopted in 1776.
One World Trade Center’s program includes 3.0 million square feet of new construction above ground and 500,000 square feet of construction of new subterranean levels. The tower consists of 71 levels of office space, and eight levels of MEP space. It also includes a 50-foot high lobby, tenant amenity spaces, a two-level observation deck at 1,242 feet (379 meters) above ground, a "sky" restaurant, parking, retail space and access to public transportation networks.
About the Speaker:
Mr. Yoram Eilon, P.E. is a Vice President with WSP Cantor Seinuk, Structural Engineers, New York division of WSP USA, an international consulting engineering firm with 14,500 staff worldwide.
Mr. Eilon has over sixteen years of experience in the design of high-rise commercial, office and residential towers, stadiums, and industrial structures. Mr. Eilon joined the company in 1999. He has completed various projects through all engineering phases from feasibility studies and initial conceptual design to production of contract documents and construction administration. His work experience covers the entire spectrum of building types ranging from high-rise buildings to long-span structures and includes new construction as well as rehabilitation and alteration of existing structures.
In addition, our agenda for the evening will include:
• Update from our Delegate and Alternate Delegate regarding the 2012 NCSEA Annual Conference.
• Update on current SEC committee activity.
• Treasurer’s report.
Attendance to this seminar is worth 1.0 New York PDH Credits