Bbfm Engineers Inc

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Bbfm Engineers Inc
Bbfm Engineers Inc is listed in the Engineers Structural category in Anchorage, Alaska. Displayed below are the social networks for Bbfm Engineers Inc which include a Facebook page and a Instagram account. The activity and popularity of Bbfm Engineers Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

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510 L St
Anchorage, AK 99501
(907) 274-2236

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Bbfm Engineers Inc has an overall ZapScore of 92. This means that Bbfm Engineers Inc has a higher ZapScore than 92% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Anchorage, Alaska is 35 and in the category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The steel for the Bethel Clinic arrives.

BBFM Engineers, Inc. shared Natalia Ruppert's post.
Here is some interesting information about the two larger earthquakes felt in Skagway and Juneau this morning. There were a number of smaller aftershocks, as well. No damage on the Alaska side of the border but there were reports of a power outage in Whitehorse.
Here is an early update on what we have learned so far about sources of the two May 1 largest earthquakes. While they were located in close proximity to the Denali fault, their faulting mechanisms indicate fault planes that are not aligned in the same direction as the Denali fault in this area. It indicates that the main trace of the Denali fault was not involved in generating these events. Major faults often have complicated structures with multiple splay faults connected to the main fault trace.

BBFM Engineers, Inc. shared KTVA 11 News's post.
Colin Maynard and his dad, Ken Maynard, FAIA, were interviewed about the 1964 earthquake today.
The 1964 earthquake proved a hard lesson to learn for engineers and architects, but it led one man to follow in his father's footsteps to help create stronger, more durable buildings.
It’s been 53 years since an earthquake changed the landscape of downtown Anchorage. It was recent enough to remember, but long enough ago to learn some important lessons along the way. In the last five decades, the scientific and engineering community has used what it’s learned from the ’64 quake to...

BBFM Engineers is happy to announce that Greg Latreille, PE, SE, has been promoted to Principal. Greg has been with the firm since 2005 after graduating from RPI in 2004. He has worked on many of our more complex projects and has experience in all regions of Alaska. He has also been very involved in the Alaska Society of Professional Engineers, at the chapter and state level, and the National Society of Professional Engineers, on whose Board of Directors he currently serves. He was nominated for Engineer of the Year in 2011 by ASPE and was named an NSPE New Faces of Engineering Award recipient in 2010.

Mike Quimby, PE, SE recently earned a Structural Engineer registration from the State of Alaska. He has worked on a variety of projects throughout the state over the past 8 years. All seven of the engineers at BBFM Engineers are now registered Civil and Structural Engineers.