The new SP3 website has been launched, to provide SP3 users with additional information about the various SP3 products, as well as additional technical training resources (papers, presentations, etc.). The SP3 team is also working on a new SP3 Knowledge Base that will be released this Spring, in order to provide additional technical documentation on SP3 and FEMA P-58 analysis methods.
Browse through the news articles below to learn about the latest at SP3!
Client Migrations Underway to Upgrade Clients from SP3-Design (v.2.6) to the new SP3-RiskModel Advanced!
Migrating appointments are underway for transitioning current SP3-Design clients to the new SP3-RiskModel Advanced, and will continue over the next year. One-on-one appointments will be scheduled with each of our clients and an SP3 Team Engineer to go over the upgrades in the new software and answer any questions. Customer support will be provided throughout this process to assist our clients until it’s time to retire SP3-Design.
We are pleased to announce the release of the new SP3-RiskModel Advanced analysis module. This new module is crafted to better support our clients focused on resilient design and advanced risk assessment. This is an upgrade from the advanced analysis capabilities previously found in SP3-Design v.2.6, is now fully integrated into the SP3-RiskModel, and has a wealth of new features.Dr. Curt Haselton hosted a webinar to introduce the new SP3-RiskModel Advanced analysis module, cover the new features, summarize plans for migrating current SP3-Design users to the new software, and answer questions live.
The SP3 team welcomes new post-doc David Welch! David joined Haselton Baker Risk Group in 2020 after completing a post-doctoral fellowship at Stanford University. At Stanford, he worked with Dr. Greg Deierlein and David was instrumental in the PEER-CEA project, which focused on how cripple walls impact the seismic vulnerability of wood light-frame construction. His areas of expertise include nonlinear analysis of structures, assessment of wood-frame structures, and application of probabilistic performance-based engineering frameworks.