Wayne B. Deming
Property Division Manager, Western Region / P.E. / Los Angeles/Riverside
With a B.S. in Civil Engineering from San Diego State University, Mr. Deming is a registered professional engineer in California, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, North Carolina, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Texas, He has built a 30+ year career in the construction industry working in varied markets including residential, commercial, industrial, military, educational, healthcare, entertainment, and zoological sectors.
Specifically, Mr. Deming’s experience has focused on structural analysis and design of wood, reinforced concrete, reinforced and unreinforced concrete masonry, structural steel, and cold-formed steel buildings, bridges, and utility structures. Throughout his career, he has produced construction document, written and edited specifications and performed structural analysis and design, project management, scheduling, construction administration, cost estimating and budget control. He’s also implemented quality control procedures, completed forensic field investigations, supervised project teams, mentored and trained staff. Mr. Deming has also provided estimating support for new construction and renovations. Mr. Deming is experienced in the application of multiple industry standards and specifications including the International Building Code, California Building Code, ASCE 07 (for seismic and wind loads), ACI (concrete structures), PCI (pre-cast concrete structures), TMS 402/ACI 530 (masonry), AISC (steel structures), SJI (steel joists), SDI (steel decks), and NDS (wood structures).
Mr. Deming has investigated and evaluated building and site damage caused by subsidence, settlement, landslides, mudslides, volcanoes, soil erosion and scour, fires, straight-line winds, floods, hail storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, mechanical forces, construction vibrations, vehicle and tree impacts, and construction defects. Mr. Deming has investigated the cause and origin of concrete and masonry cracking, retaining wall failures, dock and pier failures, floor and roofing system failures, and moisture intrusions through building envelopes. He has prepared structural calculations for buildings, retaining walls, bridges, and utility structures; and cost estimating support for new construction and renovations.
Education and Certifications
• Industrial Technologies, B.A.: San Diego State University
• Civil Engineering, B.S.: San Diego State University
• Professional Engineer: California, Arizona, Hawaii, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas
• Office of Emergency Services – Disaster Services Worker
• Certified Aquatic Facility Operator: National Recreation and Park Association