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03.11.2009
Engineers

tigertail residence by tighe architecture with cm peck engineering

MEP

Berg Electric
5650 West Centinela,
Los Angeles;
310-337-1377
www.bergelectric.com

Cosentini Associates
One East Wacker Dr.,
Chicago, IL;
312-670-1800
www.cosentini.com

Davis Energy Group
123 C St., Davis, CA;
530-753-1100
www.davisenergy.com

Flack + Kurtz
105 Howard St., San Francisco;
415-398-3833
www.flackandkurtz.com

Michael Wall Engineering
4115 Sorrento Valley Blvd.,
San Diego, CA;
858-638-0640
www.mwalleng.com

CIVIL/ENVIRONMENTAL

Langan Engineering and Environmental Services
1055 East Colorado Blvd., 
Pasadena, CA;
626-204-4076
www.langan.com

Nasland Engineering
4740 Ruffner St.,
San Diego, CA;
858-292-7770
www.nasland.com

Sherwood Design Engineers
One Union Street,
San Francisco;
415-677-7300
www.sherwoodengineers.com

 

 

 

STRUCTURAL

Arup
560 Mission St.,
San Francisco;
415-957-9445
www.arup.com

CM Peck Engineering
25 South El Molino Ave., 
Pasadena, CA;
626-683-0708
www.cmpeck.com

DeSimone Consulting Engineers
160 Sansome St.,
San Francisco;
415-398-5740
www.de-simone.com

Englekirk and Sabol
2116 Arlington Ave.,
Los Angeles;
323-733-6673
www.englekirk.com

Gilsanz Murray Steficek
523 West 6th St.,
Los Angeles;
213-943-4850
www.gmsllp.com

Halcrow Yolles
6700 East Pacific Coast Hwy., 
Long Beach, CA;
562-493-8300
www.halcrow.com

KPFF
3131 Camino Del Rio N. #1080, 
San Diego, CA;
619-521-8500
www.kpff.com

Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
1055 West 7th St.,
Los Angeles;
213-271-2000
www.sgh.com

Weidlinger Associates
399 West El Camno Real, 
Mountain View, CA;
650-230-0210
www.wai.com

WSP Cantor Seinuk
5301 Beethoven St.,
Los Angeles;
310-578-0500
www.wspcs.com

 

 


art center south campus by daly genik architects with englekirk & sabol, arup, and gms engineers
 
 
 

CM Peck Engineering worked with us to develop a structural strategy for the Tigertail scheme. The solution was a steel frame made up of a series of bent moment frames. The structure straddles the existing building to minimize the impact on the hillside site. This allowed for a dynamic building influenced by the need for transparency and privacy as well as a cantilevered roof plane for sun protection.”
Patrick Tighe
Tighe Architecture