IAPMO Uniform Evaluation Services (UES) is pleased to announce the hire of two new engineers — Sid Danandeh, P.E., C.B.O., C.A., S.E.C.B., and Adam Barefoot, P.E. — to serve clients with their evaluation reports.
Danandeh brings 40 years industry experience as civil engineer, building official and plan check engineer serving major metropolitan governmental agencies in Southern California, including overseeing plan review for such projects as Ontario International Airport’s $330 million expansion and Lancaster Municipal Stadium, now known as The Hangar, home of the JetHawks minor league baseball team.
Barefoot brings nearly 20 years’ experience, beginning as a technical engineer specialist for the Army National Guard Corps of Engineers and later stints as a structural design engineer, senior project engineer and senior evaluation engineer in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
“The hiring of Sid and Adam shows UES’s commitment to bringing top-notch talent on board to serve the building profession,” said Brian Gerber, UES Vice President of Technical Operations.
“UES is honored to have Sid and Adam join our team of great engineers,” said Richard Beck, UES Vice President. “Sid and Adam will have prominent roles helping UES serve our clients, architects, engineers and other construction professionals.”
Built on the reputation of the foremost source of Uniform Codes and standards, UES is the agency of choice for building officials everywhere. Its expertise starts with in-house dedicated staff of engineering professionals. The leadership’s credentials and experience in building product evaluation is unparalleled in the industry. UES staff claims collectively more than 130 years of experience evaluating building products.
For details about IAPMO UES evaluation report programs, contact Beck at Richard.Beck@uniform-es.org, (909) 472-4202, or visit www.Uniform-ES.org.