B.S. Civil Engineering | 1979 University of Hawaii
1983 Civil Engineer, California No. 36079
1994 Structural Engineer, California No. 3903
1990 Professional Engineer, New York No. 067561
1994 Civil and Structural Engineer, Washington No. 23349
2012 CASQA Qualified SWPPP Developer and Practitioner (QSD and QSP)
Mr. Aoanan has over thirty years of hands-on experience in civil and structural engineering related to planning, design, management, and construction of aviation, commercial, education, healthcare, housing, industrial, institutional, military, municipal, recreation and transportation facilities. He has prepared and executed engineering construction documents (plans, specifications, calculations, requisitions, contracts) in multiple capacities as project manager, project engineer, lead engineer, design engineer, and construction engineer in both the civil and structural disciplines. As a Civil Engineer, Mr. Aoanan is intimately familiar with design issues related to: site development, site and facility condition assessments, public works improvements (B-Permits) storm wet utility design and capacity studies (sanitary sewer, potable and fire water), water management (LID, SWPPP, SUSMP), grading and earthwork calculations, site sustainable design (LEEDS, CHPS), site infrastructure design, capital improvement programming, roadway and streetscapes geometrics, composite utilities coordination and right of way, onsite traffic/parking circulation and analysis, hydrology and hydraulics studies and design, ADA path of travel requirements.
In addition, Mr. Aoanan has also extensive design experience not only in on-site improvements as described above but also in off-site improvements involving municipal and jurisdictional interfaces such as the City of Los Angeles B-Permit, California State Water Resources Control Board, California Coastal Commission or similar requirements. As a Structural Engineer, he directly managed and participated in the structural analysis, design, and construction of various types of buildings and structures, new, renovated, and/or seismically retrofitted. These building types and structures include reinforced concrete (cast in place and tilt-up), masonry, wood, and steel.