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Daniel F Tully, AIA, FIEI, PE, NCARB, Architect & Engineer. Tully International Inc, Consultants, Santa Fe, New Mexico and formerly Middleburg Virginia, USA and recently Dublin,Republic of Ireland (in private practice since 1959)

Registered Professional Civil Structural Engineer now or formerly: Connecticut, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island

Registered Architect now or formerly: California,Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois,Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas (Emeritus), Vermont and Virginia

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Certified; Member American Institute of Architects; Fellow, Institute of Engineers of Ireland; Chartered Engineer Institute of Engineers of Ireland

Teaching:


University College, Dublin, Republic of Ireland: Visiting Lecturer, 1996-1998 Architecture & Structural Engineering, Project Management Trinity College, Dublin, Republic of Ireland: Visiting Academic, 1996-1998 Structural Engineering

Dan Tully and Felix Candela in Toledo Spain Conferencing colleagues discussing thin shells.

Conferencing colleagues discussing thin shells. Boston Architectural Center, Boston, Massachusetts: Fifth year architectural design studio, 1992 Design of large span public assembly facilities Northeastern University, Bouve Graduate School, Boston, Massachusetts:1984 Design of University Athletic Facilities

Dublin Institute of Technology 1997
The American University of Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria 1994
University of Maryland Baltimore 1993
University of Maine, Orono, Maine 1993 ASCE Lecture
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1978, 1991
The American University Washington DC 1988
Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 1980

Professional Memberships: American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures, Madrid, Spain American Concrete Institute, Detroit, Michigan

Special Committees: ASCE/ACI (American Society of Civil Engineers/American Concrete Institute) Chairman: ASCE/ACI Joint Committee 334 on Concrete Shell Design and Construction Former Chairman: ASCE/ACI Committee on state-of-the-art Shell Structures

Patents:

Canadian Patent #2098586: Plywood and Timber Roof/Wall Shell System
U.S. Patent #3,958,375: Hyperbolic Paraboloid Shell Construction
U.S.Patent #4,137,679: Inverted, Doubly-Curved Umbrella Hyperbolic Paraboloid Shells with Structurally Integrated Upper Diaphragm
U.S. Patent # 5,331,780: Roof and Sidewall System of a Modified Hyperbolic Paraboloid Geometry
U.S. Patent: Earth Energy Sink (co-rights)

Special Problems Resolved:


The American University, Washington, DC: Academic office building spans roadway to unite campus quadrangle with 300,000 sf. Athletic Facility and 500 car multistory parking garage
Brown University, Providence,Rhode Island: Rooftop Football/Soccer field over 180' x 400' meter clear span athletic facility roof - complex Concrete Hypar
Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts: 60,000 sf. 3-story recreation building over 5-story 200 car parking garage
Georgetown University, Washington, DC: Underground 150,000 sf. recreation building with rooftop football field - Concrete Hypar
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts: 1,000 car 6-story parking garage (split- scissor design)
Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut: 8 lane 40m natatorium built between 4 adjacent buildings and under 12 squash courts
University of Rochester, Rochester, New York: Athletic facility has rooftop playing surface for 12 tennis courts - Concrete Hypar

Special Energy Projects:

Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York: 1994 300KW engine generator plant for electricity and waste heat
The American University, Washington DC: 1987 Campus wide steam distribution system.
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York: 1975 Heating/Cooling from 500 foot deep wells
Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut: Earth energy sink
Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania: Earth energy sink for heating and cooling

Education:


Alabama Polytechnic Institute:
Architectural Engineering

Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Building Construction Engineering (Mechanical Engineering Minor)

The United States Coast Guard Academy:
Marine Engineering