Project Feature: 2100 Penn

Structural Glass with Steel Fins

Sentech’s latest project feature is located along one of Washington D.C.’s most iconic boulevards, Pennsylvania Avenue. Often called “America’s Main Street” and L’Enfant’s “Grand Avenue,” Pennsylvania Avenue connects the corridors of power in the nation’s capital, including the three branches of government and large federal agencies. Steps away from the White House, 2100 Pennsylvania Avenue is a… Read the full post

Block 185 Named Finalist in Architizer’s 11th Annual A+ Awards

Structural Glass Entry

Block 185 has been named a Finalist in the 11th annual A+ Architizer Awards! The new, defining landmark for the city of Austin, finished in 2022, was named a finalist in the Commercial – Office category in the annual award program, which celebrates some of the world’s best architecture and the teams who bring it… Read the full post

Partnership Announcement: Sentech & SLIMPACT® Join Forces

Structural Glass Façade, 200 W 6th Street, Austin, TX

Sentech Architectural Systems and SLIMPACT® by Faour Glass Technologies have officially joined forces to widen the impact-resistant structural glass product offering across the United States. The combined offering includes impact-resistant fin-supported glass walls up to 28-feet in height, frameless glass walls up to 20-feet in height, and jumbo impact-resistant glass door systems. The partnership is… 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

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

A Striking Vision: Rainier Square

  The 2nd tallest skyscraper in the city of Seattle, 58-story Rainer Square Tower was completed in 2021, and is the tallest building built in the city since the Columbia Center in 1985. Designed by architecture firm NBBJ, the urban catalyst features nearly 200 luxury apartment units, 750,000 square feet of Class A office space, 30,000 square… Read the full post