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Thursday, November 18 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Jobsites: Truss Structures Engineering Basics

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Truss structures are more prevalent than ever before. They are also getting bigger and supporting more weight than ever. just because they all look the same and follow the same basic principles doesn't mean they are all designed or engineered the same way. This session will look at different truss structures and explore the different ways rigging and environmental challenges can be tackled. We will also look at case studies of structures gone wrong in an effort to understand why and how the situations could have been prevented.

avatar for Jeff Reder, P.E., S.E.

Jeff Reder, P.E., S.E.

Principal / Owner, Clark Reder
Jeff Reder's personal design experience is in a wide variety of entertainment structures such as performances and pavilion roof structures - both temporary and permanent, aluminum truss grids, temporary and permanent seating risers, sound delay and video wall support structures. Additionally... Read More →
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Elmer Veith

Head of Sales and Training, Reliable Design Services
Elmer Veith has spent more than 20 years working in the entertainment industry, focusing on rigging and structure-related projects. Having worked for several industry-leading companies, he is currently the Head of Sales and Training for Reliable Design Services in Dallas, TX. Pas... Read More →

Thursday November 18, 2021 11:00am - 12:30pm PST
  LDInnovation™, Rigging and Production Techniques
  • ETCP Credits 1.5
  • Separate Purchase Required? No
  • Included in Conference Pass? Yes
  • Session Number C30