The mission of the Architectural Engineering Department at Cal Poly is to educate students to enter and be successful in the practice of structural engineering. The program focuses primarily on the California practice of structural engineering, that emphasizes seismic design. The curriculum goes beyond traditional structures program to give students an understanding of architecture and construction management as it relates a total project design.

Modified from https://arce.calpoly.edu/our-vision

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Senior Projects from 2020

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Tension Cranes, A Close Collaborations of Architects and Engineers, William R. Adam and Madigan Smith

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Dodecahedron Housing Tower - Collaborative High Rise Design, Michael Ayers

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Folded! High-rise, Alejandra Bravo and Riley Joseph Denis

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Chiedza Stewardship Center, Robert Wayne Garland

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Blue Mountain Residence, Marin Kira Govett

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"Knotted Tubes" High Rise Residential Tower, Roman Lara IV

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The Project Management of Investigating Dowel Laminated Timber, Sophia D. Looney, Bryan U. Garcia, and Reiley A. Akkari

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Timber-Strong Design Build Competition, Anna Luehrs, Lilliann Lai, Dolores Herrera, and John Leone

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Wine History Project Pavilion, Douglas McArthur

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Vertical Veins: Digital Commons Reflection, Ryan J. Millward and Nicole L. O'Connor

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the ALOE: High Rise Schematic Design and Analysis, Tony Duc Nguyen and Lilliann Lan Lai

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Empowering Villages Community Center: Kilimbi, Rwanda, Serena J. Reeves

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The Use and Explanation of the Phase Angle in Forced Vibration Testing, Nicholas R. Slavin and Ryan D. Thornton

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LilyPAAAAD - Structural Design, Katelyn Smith

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Same Polytechnic College - Phase Zero, Amber Sutherland, Hester Lui, and Nicole O'connor

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Analysis of Burning Wood in the Transient State and the Application to Structural Design, Roberta Veliz and Kimberly Guzman

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Analysis of High Rise Structures, Elitsa P. Vutova