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Why Bother With Site Visits? Because They Are Critical!

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When writing an RFP for a Blast Vulnerability Assessment there are a number of things to consider, one of which is whether to pay for the engineers of the assessment team to visit the site in person.  Often, the inclination may be to reduce the cost of the assessment by excluding a site visit. We […]

What The Heck Is Balanced Design??

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If you have been involved with a project that includes blast loads, you have probably heard of “Balanced Design.”   If the project had more than one blast consultant, you probably heard way more about Balanced Design than you ever wanted to hear.  This is because there is no single approach to incorporating it into a […]

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Presenting….iStandoff a Stone Security Engineering iPad App!

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Stone Security Engineering is thrilled to present a great new tool for design teams and security personnel who work on DoD projects incorporating the requirements of the updated UFC 4-010-01 DoD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings. iStandoff  is a free iPad App that has been designed to quickly and easily identify Conventional Construction standoff distances, […]

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