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Q4 Newsletter: Structural Glass Quarterly

Sentech’s Q4 Newsletter is out! With the arrival of fall and winter on the horizon, we take a few moments to share a few newsworthy items that you may have missed, along with project updates, new career opportunities and updated seminar offerings. Read on below to check out progress on the tallest residential building in the world, the largest… Read the full post

Project Feature: 167 North Green Street

Cantilevered Glass Fin Wall

167 North Green Street is a one-of-a-kind office tower located in Chicago’s bustling Fulton Market that features one of the tallest cantilevered glass fin systems in North America.  The combination of accommodating for differential building movement and designing for over 35-foot tall suspended glass fins, while minimizing glass fin depth and structural connections created a… Read the full post

Sentech’s Dave Dunham, PE + Diarmuid Kelleher, PE, SE Featured on Creating Structure Podcast #34

Structural Glass Facade

Sentech’s Director of Business Development, Dave Dunham, PE, and Director of Engineering, Diarmuid Kelleher, PE, SE, were recently featured on John Wheaton’s “Creating Structure” Podcast, Episode #34. The Podcast is the brainchild of John Wheaton, PE, President and CEO of Wheaton & Sprague Engineering, Inc. Featuring interviews and discussions about life, business, architecture, construction and… Read the full post

Project Feature: Indeed Tower

Structural Glass Fin Wall

Completed in March of 2021, 200 West Sixth Street- also known as Indeed Tower- covers an entire city block in the heart of downtown Austin. At 36-stories tall, it stands as the tallest and largest office tower in downtown Austin. The strikingly designed tower features a dramatic, sloping façade, a signature architectural crown and soaring,… Read the full post

Expedia Wins 2022 Glass Magazine Awards

Cable Net Walls

Sentech is thrilled to announce that Expedia Headquarters has been recognized for 2 Glass Magazine Awards in the 2022 award cycle. The unique structural glass cable net project is Project of the Year Runner-Up, and has won Best Feat of Engineering. The competition’s seven project winners are featured in the August issue of Glass Magazine. Winners… Read the full post

Seeing Clearly: Expedia HQ, USGlass Magazine

Cable Net Systems

The latest June 2022 issue of USGlass Magazine features a deep-dive into how collaborative design, engineering, manufacturing and installation uniquely combined on one of Sentech’s recent projects, Expedia HQ in Seattle, WA. The magazine’s cover story for the month of June features Sentech’s Director of Business Development, David Dunham, in an article that delves into the… Read the full post

Sentech’s Q1 Newsletter Released

Cable Net Walls

Sentech’s Q1 Quarterly Newsletter is out! With the arrival of spring and the second quarter of 2022, we take a moment to take a pulse on the state of the Engineering & Construction industry, including projections and trends for 2022. We also dive into a few newsworthy items from Q1,  including project updates, key team… Read the full post

Sentech Announces Partnership with Featured Systems

Ed Chitty

Sentech is pleased to announce our new partnership with Ed Chitty, founder and president of Featured Systems. Based in Bella Vista, AR, Ed brings more than 20 years of experience in the architectural and building products industry. He founded Featured Systems in 2001, a LEED certified firm dedicated to bringing the most respected architectural building products to… Read the full post

Diarmuid Kelleher Joins Sentech as Director of Engineering

Diarmuid Kelleher Joins Sentech as Director of Engineering

Sentech is pleased to announce that Diarmuid Kelleher, PE, SE, has joined the Sentech team as Director of Engineering. In his new role, Diarmuid will lead Sentech’s team of engineers, oversee operational engineering performance, and drive new product and strategic business development efforts in close collaboration with members of the executive management team.    … Read the full post

Expedia HQ: Redefining Insulated Glass Technology

Cable Net Wall

Expedia Group’s new Seattle headquarters, completed in 2020, has not only redefined campus architecture, but its soaring structural glass entrances have pushed insulated glass technology to new heights. Project Overview The 40-acre Interbay campus integrates open workspaces, dynamic floor plans, wi-fi enabled outdoor spaces, walking trails, recreation facilities and more to connect employees with their… Read the full post