Hoffman to Share Connection Advances

April 2, 2019 — Jerod Hoffman, PE, president and senior principal of Meyer Borgman Johnson (MBJ), will speak about advancements in steel connection design and construction at the NASCC Conference on Friday, April 5 in St. Louis, MO.

Joining a small panel of steel connection design experts for the educational session, “Connection Dialogue”, Jerod will share experiences and insights in how improving the quality of steel connections can help reduce project costs and speed up construction. Discussions will focus on the value of data and collaboration to support a steel project’s positive delivery – from design to detailing to fabrication to erection.

NASCC: The Steel Conference offers more than 140 educational sessions and is the premier educational and networking event for the structural steel industry, bringing together structural engineers, structural steel fabricators, erectors, detailers, and architects.

Additionally, at the NASCC Conference, Jerod will serve as moderator for several educational sessions, Dan Murphy, PE, CEO and senior principal of MBJ will present “Ethical Cultures of High-Performance Organizations”, and MBJ will have an exhibition booth, Booth #1531.

Jerod has over 24 years of experience as a structural engineer covering a broad range of structural design systems, materials, and delivery methods. With international expertise and a passion for steel delivery, Jerod has become a valued speaker at national and international conferences. A licensed professional engineer in seven U.S. states and three Canadian provinces, Jerod has led some of MBJ’s largest and most complex steel connection projects including the Minnesota Twins Baseball Stadium, Minneapolis, MN, Atlanta Braves Stadium, Atlanta, GA, Atlanta Falcons Stadium, site of the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta, GA, and multiple office buildings including two towers currently in design in New York City.