Kenneth Ogorzalek PE


San Francisco, CA

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    Kenneth Ogorzalek is a structural engineer who joined KPFF in 2013. He applies his technical knowledge and problem-solving skills to some of the most analytically challenging projects at KPFF involving new and existing structures. His educational and technical background stems from structural health monitoring research efforts at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, the Washington University in Saint Louis, and the Los Alamos National Lab. His expertise within this field earned him a National Science Foundation fellowship.

    Throughout his educational and professional experiences, Ken has gained skills related to performance-based design, seismic isolation, large-scale experimental testing and data processing, and finite element analysis. His work at the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center, University of California-Berkeley, and KPFF has resulted in several publications and innovations in the field of earthquake engineering.

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    Master of Science, Structural Engineering, University of California, Berkeley

    Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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    Project Experience

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    Registered Civil Engineer: CA 

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    Structural Engineers Association of Northern California

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