Her previous roles include customer service with The Dallas Opera and the AT&T Performing Arts Center, and she actively participates in the Dallas-Fort Worth theatre community. Diane works with our staff, trainers, members, and strategic partners to enhance the experience of membership in The Institute. A more dramatic account of the case produced by PBS  includes testimony from William LeMessurier, the engineer responsible.

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Laura’s experience working in non-profit organizations and customer service provides The Institute with valuable insights to assist and educate our members. It looks like a strong wind would blow the whole structure over.

In the third video, one interview subject speculates as to whether LeMessurier actually had any choice. When she contacted William LeMessurier’s firm (the engineering firm that built the Tower), they put her in touch with Joel S. Weinstein in their New York office, at the time a junior engineer with the firm.

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Rendering courtesy of 3deluxe It’s been over ten years since cars were first banned in some sections of Times Square. The ambitious engineering student was Diane Hartley, initially an architecture and urban planning major at Princeton University.

Lastly, there are several aspects of the story that are not revealed in the videos. Robertson is in a unique position to comment on the eventual collapse of the World Trade Center and the controversy and speculation surrounding the subsequent investigation. And when the building was constructed in 1977, before some emergency repairs, that was true.

Prior to Travis Wolff, Diane served in numerous senior level management roles at The Dallas Morning News, including publisher of neighborsgo, the first local social media website in Dallas-Fort Worth and companion website for the print publication. Please try again later.

This course interested Diane Hartley early in her engineering studies and led her to pursue her undergraduate thesis with Billington, a thesis titled “Implications of a Major Office Complex: Scientific, Social and Symbolic Implications.”. Join Facebook to connect with Diane Hartley and others you may know.

In Architecture, History, Midtown East. It seems he is referring to the question of whether or not to retrofit the building, but there were clearly more choices to make that went beyond the question of the structural integrity of the building.

Diane brings her passion for luxury marketing and more than 20 years of experience growing and leading businesses to her role as president of The Institute. Joseph M. Johnson, Ph.D., P.E. In her thesis, Hartley looked into the Citicorp Tower, which had been recently built and was interesting to her for a number of reasons, including its innovative design. Prior to her tenure at The Dallas Morning News, Diane held general management and sales management positions at a number of companies in telecom, media, and publishing. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has been a New York City tradition since 1924. Something went wrong. Tags : Read more at the Online Ethics Center. She is a self-professed “lifelong learner” and is constantly seeking ways to improve the membership experience with her new ideas for tools and resources. When it comes to skyscrapers, we put a lot of trust in architects.

One of these is that the PBS special credits an unnamed male engineering student “in New Jersey”, when in fact it was a female student from Princeton University (which is in New Jersey) but remains uncredited by popular accounts, largely because LeMessurier himself pays little attention to who she was. That design not only allowed a preexisting church to remain at ground level, but, because it left more open space at ground level, was permitted to be taller than zoning laws would otherwise have allowed. Engineer; Diane Hartley; COUPON DEALS. Join the discussion when you sign in with one of the following methods: The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree arrives in NYC this weekend, New York will close restaurants and gyms at 10pm, limits indoor gatherings to 10 people, The Harlem Hellfighters: African-American New Yorkers were some of WWI’s most decorated soldiers, Here’s what you can expect from Macy’s ‘reimagined’ Thanksgiving parade, Tired of roommates?