Jolanda Kenyeres Pavlinic P.E.
Ms. Kenyeres-Pavlinic has been actively engaged in structural engineering for 30 years, having worked in Yugoslavia, Slovenia, Germany and Kuwait on many international projects. She has designed a variety of structures, including museums, research centers, educational buildings, housing and health care facilities. Ms. Kenyeres-Pavlinic has extensive experience in the design of reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete, structural steel, as well as timber structures, and she has been involved in the construction administration and supervision of all her projects. While at Souza, True and Partners, Inc. she worked on many significant projects, including the St. Louis Science Center project, which received the 1991 Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award from the National Association of Professional Engineers, the Health Care International Project in Glasgow, Scotland and the recently completed New England Aquarium Imax Theater on the Boston waterfront. Ms. Kenyeres-Pavlinic has worked on projects where emphasis was on waste reduction, use of recycled materials, energy efficiency and efficient use of materials.
As a student thesis advisor to the architectural students at BAC, Ms. Jolanda Kenyeres-Pavlinic is attempting to help build a solid structural knowledge base for future architects.
B.S. Structural Engineering - University of Belgrade Yugoslavia
2003 - Present
Ms. Kenyeres-Pavlinic is a member of American Concrete Institute, and the National Association of Women in Construction.