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  • Arash Lashkari

    Structural Designer, EIT

    Modern life is almost wholly dependent on engineering. Engineering means creation. It is everywhere and it is always

    changing, and it is this in particular which attracts me to structural engineering. In this field I can combine my

    knowledge and skills in physics and maths, two subjects which particularly interest me, and also work in an area

    which is both diverse and exciting.

    I am professional, capable, and motivated with over 8 years' experience in design of various types of structures

    including mid-rise and high-rise residential, commercial, hospital, small bridge, school and industrial structures.

  • ABOUT PORTFOLIO

    RESUME

    ANALYSIS

    CONTACT

    PROJECT INTRODUCTION

    DESIGN & CALCULATION

  • RESUMEProfessional Profile

    8 years experience with proven competency in analysis and design of steel and concrete structures of residential,

    commercial, schools, hospital and industrial buildings including underground structures

    Met the academic requirements for P.Eng licensure

    Successfully designed curved structure of commercial building totally more than 500,000 square ft. including slab

    and foundation

    Extensive experience in preparing specifications, technical reports, and structural drawings

    Seismic/earthquake designed of reinforced concrete and steel structures

    Knowledgeable in Canadian standards (CSA, NBCC), American codes (ACI, AISC, ASCE, IBC) and Ontario

    Building Code (OBC)

    Technical expert with ETABS, SAFE, SAP2000 and AutoCAD

    Proven capacity to collaborate with cross-functional disciplines, such as architectural, geotechnical, mechanical

    and electrical engineers

    Excellent time management, multi-tasking, decision-making, strong Interpersonal skills and team-player

  • MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

    Analyzed and designed various types of buildings and structures including steel, reinforced concrete using ETABS and SAFE

    Performed seismic analysis and earthquake engineering design for all structures

    Analyzed and designed commercial, residential, governmental buildings including steel and

    reinforced structures

    Liaised with other designers and construction contractors to agree on safe designs and standards

    compliances

    Prepared design calculations, drawings, specifications and structural drawings using AutoCAD

    Led teams of Civil, Architectural, Mechanical and Electrical engineers and efficiently delivered the

    projects in accordance with agreed timeline

    Prepared structural drawings, document specifications based on appropriate engineering criteria, and

    technical manuals

  • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Structural Designer 2016 Present

    Can Consulting Engineering Company, Toronto, Canada

    Structural Engineer 2015 2016

    Freelance

    Structural Engineer 2012 2015

    Beton Azma Engineering Company

    Structural Engineer 2010 - 2012

    Paymoun Consulting Engineering

    Structural Engineer 2008 - 2010

    Organization of Renovation, Development & Equipping schools, Ministry of Education

    Structural Engineer 2007 - 2008

    Beton Payam Hormoz

  • ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

    Masters in Structural Engineering, TMU 2007

    Thesis: The Effect of Opening on Seismic Behavior of Composite Shear Walls

    Bachelors in Civil Engineering, Azad University 2004

    Canadian Equivalency, As Assessed by World Education Service, WES

    Professional Affiliations

    Professional Engineers Ontario, Engineer in Training 2016 to present

    Iranian Construction Engineers Organization, Professional membership 2009 to present

    Iranian Concrete Institute, Professional membership 2013 to present

    Engineers Australia, Engineer in Training 2014

    Licenses

    Engineering License, Ministry of Road & Urban Development, Iran 2009 to present

    Engineering Office, Ministry of Road & Urban Development, Iran 2011 to 2015

  • PROJECT LOCATION

    Project is located in the city of Toronto, Ontario,

    Canada.

    City of Toronto has different region and this

    Structure is located in North York

    Toronto

  • This is a one story industrial steel

    structure

    The structure area in total is 1450

    square feet with 5.5 m height.

    Building

    Design Approach

    Structure was designed by

    SAP200 software based on

    Canadian standards including

    Canadian National Building Code

    (NBC), Ontario Building Code (OBC)

    and American Code (AISC)

    Industrial Structure

    Project Introduction

  • DESIGN LOADS

    Gravity Loads are

    included dead and live

    loads

    Gravity Loads

    Lateral Loads is

    included wind load

    Lateral Loads

    Snow, ice or rain

    loads

    Snow Load

    The design load is the maximum amount of something a structure is designed to handle or the maximum amount of

    something that the system can produce

    Standards

    Specification for Structural steel buildings, AISC360-10

    National Building Code of Canada, NBCC 2010

    Ontario Building Code, OBC 2012

    Software

    CSI SAP2000 (for beams and columns)

    CSI SAFE (for foundation)

  • GRAVITY LOADS

    Dead Load: 0.5 kPa

    Live Load: 1 kPa

    The dead load includes loads that are relatively

    constant over time, including the weight of the

    structure itself, and immovable fixtures. Dead loads

    are permanent or static loads.

    Live Loads were extracted from Ontario building Code

    (OBC) and National Building Code (NBCC 2010)

  • SNOW LOAD

    Location: North York, Toronto, ON

    9.1

    Important factor, I = 1.15

    1-in-50-year ground snow load, = 1.2

    Basic roof snow load factor, = 0.8

    Wind exposure factor, = 1

    Slope factor, = 1

    shape factor, = 1

    1-in-50-year associated rain load, = 0.4

    = +

    Case I

    = .

  • WIND LOAD (OBC, NBCC)

    =

    Location: Toronto (North York)

    Open Terrain

    Important factor, I = 1.15

    50 = 0.44

    9.1

    = 6.0

    = /100.2 = 0.9

    Category 1: = 0.15 0Side Load Case A Load Case B

    1 0.82 0.37 -0.85 -0.39

    1E 1.25 0.57 -0.9 -0.41

    2 -1.3 -0.59 -1.3 -0.59

    2E -2 -0.91 -2.0 -0.91

    3 -0.75 -0.34 -0.7 -0.32

    3E -1.08 -0.49 -1.0 -0.46

    4 -0.62 -0.28 -0.85 -0.39

    4E -0.91 -0.42 -0.9 -0.41

    5 N/A N/A 0.75 0.34

    5E N/A N/A 1.15 0.53

    6 N/A N/A -0.55 -0.25

    6E N/A N/A -0.8 -0.36

    External Wind Pressure

    Internal Wind Pressure

    = 2

    = 0.15 0

    =

    = 0.14 0

  • DEFINITIONS

    References: Ontario Building Code, OBC National Building Code of Canada ,NBCC 2010 Handbook of Steel Construction, CISC Specification for Structural Steel Buildings, ANSI/AISC 360-10 Steel Construction Manual, AISC

    Material Properties

    Steel A572 Gr50

    = 350

    = 450

    = 200,000

    = 0.3

    .

    Section Properties Load Patterns

    .Web-tapered members I-shaped

    beams and columns

    Case Load Type

    D Dead

    L Live

    S Snow

    W1 Wind

    W2 Wind

    W3 Wind

    W4 Wind

  • FRAME DESIGN

    Frame design using web-tapered

    members

    EE1A B EE E1 AB

  • CONNECTION DETAILS

  • BRACING

  • ROOF FRAMING

  • FOUNDATION

  • Thank You

    ara.lashk[email protected]

    (647)-877-0913

    https://ca.linkedin.com/in/arashlashkari

    @arash_lashkari