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Dr. Kit Miyamoto was elected as a Chair of the California Seismic Safety Commission. This commission investigates e… t.co/BMiOsIyGfi
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Yeah... Save people. Protect people. Teach; it is your mission ... Never stop moving to the end of the world to do the best things. - Facebook Follower
This building can withstand an unlimited number of earthquakes. That’s the difference... In the event of a major earthquake, this airport will be the center of emergency response for Southern California. - Dan Feger, Executive Director, Bob Hope Airport
As structural engineers, we have a responsibility to prevent these disasters. - Kit Miyamoto
They can be counted upon for creative solutions that balance risk from the perspective of a principal. We value their work with the highest regard. - Kipp Blewett, Rubicon Partners
There are dangerous buildings everywhere on earth. Unless we speak out and build better, we will see many more of these tragedies in our lifetimes. - Kit Miyamoto
Miyamoto, they bring all the expertise, taking into account the seismic area that we are in. - Richard T. Hale III, The Hale Corp.
After talking to Miyamoto, we decided to do a complete retrofitting of the structure as well as an expansion. An earthquake by itself is not a fatality. It is how you build that makes the difference. - Richard Buteau, Karibe Hotel Owner
It is nice to see the proactive approach you and your team have undertaken for Nepal earthquake... I still remember one of your slides, which says, 'There is a cost for doing nothing.' - Tamorish Kole, Society for Emergency Medicine, India