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13 Nov
CPP’s Dr. David Banks on the effects of wind on solar panels
Category: Blogs, News
In February of 2015, CPP Principal Dr. David Banks, P.E., an expert on how solar panels behave in the wind, co-hosted a webinar with Ron LaPlante, S.E., chair of the Solar Photovol...
15 Oct
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CPP’s Dr. Roy Denoon to speak at the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference
Category: Blogs, News
The CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference will be held October 20-25, 2018 in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. About the conference: Cities best positioned for the future are...
25 Jul
How hurricanes develop
Category: Blogs, News
There’s no doubt the 2017 hurricane season was one to remember. Last year, Hurricane Maria was the strongest storm, and no one can forget the destruction of Hurricane Harvey. After...
19 Jul
Wind codes around the world
Category: Blogs
Local governments usually have ultimate authority over local building codes. Nonetheless, with the exception of a few areas with very unique wind environments (New York City’s urba...
18 Jan
The Way the Wind Blows: The Value of Pedestrian Wind Studies
Category: Blogs
Warm weather brings the great pleasures of dining outdoors and lounging by the pool. But when the wind kicks up, those experiences can quickly turn unpleasant. A force of nature wi...
17 May
Forensic engineering
Category: Blogs
What do you think of when you hear the word forensics? CSI? Law & Order? Dexter? Certainly, forensic evidence is a key part of successful criminal investigations, but it’...
22 Apr
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Dr. Roy Denoon & Dr. Graeme Wood at ASCE Structures Congress
Category: News
CPP’s team of technical experts and industry innovators share their knowledge around the globe. Join us to gain insight into the various effects of wind and learn how to incorporat...
22 Mar
Hairdryer winds
Category: Blogs
If you’ve ever spent time near a major mountain range, then you might be familiar with downslope winds. These impressive blasts of air rush down from mountain crests and get warmer...