DAVID LAVENHAGEN, P.E.

SENIOR ASSOCIATE ENGINEER

David joined the Complete Structural Consulting team in 2013.  He is an excellent resource in the design of structural steel, connections, stair and handrail, foundations, pedestrian bridges, and cold-formed trusses. David has also focused on protective structure design including blast and impact effect on structures and security engineering.

Education

M.S. Structural Engineering, University of Florida, 2012

B.S., Civil Engineering (Structures), University of Florida, 2011

Professional Engineering Registration

Florida

Organization Involvement

American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), Professional Member

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Professional Member

Publications

Lavenhagen, D.; Krauthammer, T., “A Numerical Assessment of Direct Shear Behavior in Concrete,”, Technical Report to DTRA, CIPPS-TR-004-2012, Center for Infrastructure Protection and Physical Security, University of Florida, July 2012.
French, R.; Stone, M.; Krauthammer, T.; Kim, J.; Bui, L.; and Lavenhagen, D., “Assessment of Direct Shear Behavior in Normal-strength and Ultra-high Performance Concretes,” Technical Report to DTRA, CIPPS-TR-008-2013, Center for Infrastructure Protection and Physical Security, University of Florida, September 2013.
Krauthammer, T.; Astarlioglu, S.; Bui, L.; Koch, D.; Stone, M.; Lavenhagen, D.; French, R.; and Friedrich, N., “Normal-strength and Ultra-high Performance Concrete Behavior,”, Technical Report to DTRA, CIPPS-TR-009-2013, Center for Infrastructure Protection and Physical Security, University of Florida, September 2013.