please flip device to portrait

please flip device
to portrait

MARINE SPONGES CAN PROTECT STRUCTURES?!

A team of researchers from Harvard University have found an alternative way to protect structures from the damages of vortex shedding, which is a periodic swirling flow pattern that can form behind a blunt object as fluid moves past it. A deep water marine sponge, Euplectella aspergillum, has a complex skeletal structure that can suppress vortex shedding better than most current technologies.

Read More

KARINS ENGINEERING HAS BEEN NOMINATED

Thanks to all our clients, supporters, and team!

Click on the link below and vote for Karins as the FLCAJ Readers' Choice in Construction and Engineering!

You can vote for us here: https://bit.ly/2XagH3a

Read More

IMPROVING SAFETY AND PROTECTING THE FUTURE

Building safety organizations and experts from around the country gathered in Florida to examine the safety of existing buildings, guidance for building owners and how future disasters can be prevented. The event was held in the wake of the Champlain Towers South condominium collapse focusing on topics on frequency of inspections, structural safety, maintenance and the application of current building codes.

Read More

THE FUTURE OF ENGINEERING

Our Daytona team participated in the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's first Job Shadow Day and hosted an engineering student for a visit to our office. Students had the opportunity to shadow our team members and get real life experience on how engineers tackle engineering challenges from design to decommissioning.

Read More

Achieve Structural Strength with Our Industry Experts

Our Vice President of Engineering John Bonacci has spent his career absorbing knowledge in the practice, research and teaching of structural design and engineering. As a technical leader he has contributed to over 30 publications, sharing his expertise with others to expand the current thinking within the industry.

Read More