Michael Jundt, SE – President

REGISTRATION

  1. Licensed Structural Engineer SE3396 (1990-Present)
  2. Licensed Civil Engineer RCE 34873 (1982-Present)
  3. Licensed Civil Engineer Nevada RCE 10818 (1994-2015)
  4. Licensed Structural Engineer Arizona SE28067 (1994-Present)
  5. NCEES National Registration 13163 (1995-Present)
  6. Licensed Professional Engineer Florida 53476 (1998-2014)
  7. Licensed Professional Engineer Colorado 34046 (1999-2015)
  8. ASA Softball Coach (1995-2009)
  9. State E/D Soccer Coach (2004 to Present)
  10. USSF Soccer Referee (2004 to Present)

EDUCATION

  1. High School – Laton High School, Laton, CA (1970)
  2. College – Attended, Reedley Jr. College (1970-1971)
  3. College – Associates of Arts, Reedley Jr. College, Reedley, CA (1978)
  4. College – Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, California State University, Fresno (1981)
  5. College – MS Civil Engineering with Emphasis in Structures, California State University, Fresno (1987)
  6. Continuing Education – Structural Engineers License Review, California State University, Long Beach (1986)

WORK HISTORY

  1. US Army (1972-1975)
  2. Student Aide, City of Fresno, Dec. (1978-1979)
  3. Structural Engineer Technician, City of Fresno (1979-1980)
  4. Civil Engineer I, City of Fresno, (1980-1981)
  5. Civil Engineer III, City of Fresno, (1981-1983)
  6. Associate, Ransom, Boone and Associates, (1979-1983)
  7. President, Associated Design & Engineering, Inc. (1983-Present)

AFFILIATIONS & SERVICE

  1. California Office of Emergency Services Disaster Team Responder

– Northridge Earthquake (1994), Loma Prieta Earthquake (1989), Coalinga Earthquake (1983)

  1. SEAOCC – Structural Engineers’ Association of Central California
  2. Member Seismic Code Development Committee
  3. National Society of Professional Engineers
  4. California Society of Professional Engineers – Board of Directors (1989-1993)
  5. International Conference of Building Officials
  6. The Construction Specifications Institute
  7. California Building Industry Assoc., (1990-1993)
    – Board of Directors San Joaquin Chapter, Fresno, California (2000-2001)
  8. Involved in promoting the engineering profession in the community through volunteer presentations of course work to peers and students

PROFESSIONAL DISTINCTIONS

  1. Treasurer – Fresno Chapter of the California Society of Professional Engineers (1986-1992)
  2. Member – State of California Disaster Response Team, Structural Engineer’s Assoc. (1989-Present)
  3. Nominated – National Society of Professional Engineers Distinguished Service Award (1988)
  4. Awarded – Building Industry Association, Associate of the Year (1988)
  5. Selected to Represent California State University, Fresno, Engineering Department as Judge and Award Presenter at Fresno Unified School District Science Fair (1989)
  6. Vice President – Structural Engineer’s Association of Central California Chapter (1991-1996)
  7. Board of Directors – Building Industry Association of Central California (1990-1991, 1993-1994)
  8. Instructor – Fresno Chapter of the C.S.P.E. Engineering Registration Review Course (1985-2001)
  9. Requested to Conduct Informational Courses at Local, Primary and Secondary Schools for Local Builders and Building Departments.
  10. Certificate of Appreciation – CSI Seismic Presentation (1991)
  11. Member Advisory Board – CSU, Fresno School of Engineering (1994-Present)
  12. Truss Joist MacMillan – Customer Advisory Council (1996-2000)
  13. BIASJV Representative to CBIA Board of Directors and Committees
  14. Reedley College Sports Hall of Fame Inductee, Football and Wrestling (2003)
  15. Reedley College Alumnus of the Year & Commencement Speaker (2004)
  16. Building Industry Presenter – Moisture Sources in Structures (2004)
  17. I-ENG-A Las Vegas Convention Guest Speaker (2011)
  18. ASCE A&E Project of the Year (2012)
  19. Periodic Presenter/Guest Instructor- CSU, Fresno School Of Engineering (1996-Present)
  20. Periodic Presentation/Guest Speaker – San Joaquin Valley Chapter, ICC, Inc. (1994-Present)

PAPERS, ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONS

  1. Bachelor’s Thesis – California State University, Fresno, Moment Capacity of Metal Truss Plates (A Need for Research) (1981)
  2. California Energy Commission – Title 24 Energy Compliance (An Alternate Solution) (1981)
  3. Master’s Thesis – California State University, Fresno, Ground Motion Reconstruction for the 1983 Coalinga, California Earthquake (1983)
  4. California Professional Engineer, Fresno O.E.S. Disaster Response to the Loma Prieta Earthquake, Part II, March and April 1990.
  5. Builder Alert – Non-Structural Drywall Cracking, January 1997.
  6. Association of Wall and Ceiling Industries – Centerline Ceiling Cracking and Crowning on Drywall, January 2001.

PAST RESEARCH

  1. Truss Plate Connectors (1980-1981)
  2. Coalinga Seismicity (1983-1987)
  3. Lumber Shrinkage and Deflection Problems (1986-1990)
  4. Masonry – Fireplace Performance (1985-1990)
  5. San Joaquin Valley Seismicity (1990-1991)
  6. Asphalt Shingle Failures
  7. Runoff Coefficients in the Northeast Fresno Drainage Area

 CURRENT AREAS OF RESEARCH

  1. Floor Covering and Slab-on-Grade Moisture Problems
  2. Non-Structural Movements in Structures (Lumber Instability)
  3. Paint Permeability
  4. Non-Structural Drywall Cracking, Bulging and Crowning
  5. Building Envelope Problems (Condensation, Leakage, Moisture and Mildew)
  6. Plaster Cracking in Structures

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER ENGINEERING PROJECTS

  1. 20,000 Sq.Ft. Remodel, World Impact, Fresno, CA (1985)
  2. Site Plan and Bathroom Facilities, Our Lady of Fatima Church, Laton, CA (1992)
  3. 12,000 Sq.Ft. Facility, First Church of the Nazarene, Clovis, CA (1992-1993)
  4. 2,000 Sq.Ft. Addition, Church of the Nazarene, Los Banos, CA (1992-1993)
  5. Restoration of the Historic Tarpey Village Train Depot Office (1997)
  6. Meux Carriage House Reception Room (2013)

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER WORK

  1. Youth Worker with Teenagers and College/Center (1978-Present)
  2. Church Board, Calvary Nazarene (1986-1989, 1992-1998) & Faith Community (1998-2001, 2010-2015)
  3. Office of Emergency Services, Disaster Response Team (1990-Present)
  4. Children’s Ministry Leader (1995-1998)
  5. CYSA Soccer Coach (1994-2012)
  6. ASA Softball Coach (1995-2009)