Join CSI East Bay-Oakland and ASCE Golden Gate Branch for a joint November November chapter meeting, featuring a presentation from architect and world-renowned bridge expert Donald MacDonald! Mr. MacDonald’s talk is titled “Bridge Architecture and Engineering Collaboration”
Donald MacDonald, FAIA
An internationally recognized architect, Donald MacDonald’s bridge design work is evident in such Bay Area landmarks as the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Eastern Span– as well as outside of his home locale and in existence all over the nation.
Owner/Principal of MacDonald Architects for over 40 years, the firm’s constant project load has led to such projects as: South Carolina’s Cooper River Bridge – North America’s largest cable-stayed bridge; Napa County’s 3rd Street Bridge, Maxwell Replacement Bridge, and the I-80 Berkeley Pedestrian Bicycle Overpass.
Mr. MacDonald is the author of several books discussing the aesthetics of bridges: The Golden Gate Bridge: History and Design of an Icon, Bay Bridge: History and Design of a New Icon, and Tilikum Crossing: Bridge of the People, Portland’s Bridges, and a New Icon.
SCOTT’S SEAFOOD – JACK LONDON SQUARE: #2 BROADWAY OAKLAND, CA–510-444-6917 (across street from Amtrak and free shuttle “B” from 12th Street BART Station) validated Garage parking or FREE street parking after 6:00 pm.
Tabletops and networking start at 5:45 pm Dinner at 6:30 pm, followed by program at 7:15 pm.
NOTE: Meeting will be in Harbor View Room A.