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CLIFFORD R. PAUL,
P.E., S.E.

PRINCIPAL

For over 33 years, Mr. Paul has been performing analysis, design, project management, value engineering and structural system selection for a wide variety of projects including healthcare medical centers, large convention centers, hotels/resorts, clubhouses, public facilities of all sizes and types whether new, remodel, or additions.

As a Principal of Pimara Paul Koehler, Mr. Paul will be in charge of design and quality control. His key responsibilities involve overall building review, design, and company project oversight from design to the construction phase.

EDUCATION:
  • B.S., Structural Engineering, University of Colorado, 1977
  • Regular Guest Lecturer for the ASU Del E. Webb School of Construction.
  • PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS:
  • Licensed Structural Engineer:
    Arizona, California, 33 other states
  • PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:
  • American Concrete Institute
  • American Inst. of Steel Construction
  • Structural Engineers Assoc of AZ
  • ASU Clean Room Task Force
  • Institute of Environmental Sciences
  • ASU Council for Design Excellence
  • ASU CREATE Founding Member
  • Pre-Cast Concrete Institute Phoenix Valley Partnership
  • AWARDS:
  • 2009 Best of NAIOP, Redevelopment Office/Industrial – SkySong, ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center
  • Honor Award 2008, Arizona Masonry Guild, Banner Gateway Medical Center
  • Merit Award 2008, Arizona Masonry Guild – Cooper Crossing
  • Excellence in Concrete 2005, ACI, Arizona Chapter – IGC/TGEN
  • Speaker Appreciation Award – “Trends In Clean-room Design and Construction”
  • PUBLICATIONS:
  • “Factories for the Information Age”
  • PROJECT EXPERIENCE:

    GILA RIVER BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Sacaton, Arizona
    1-story, 14,921 SF youth recreation center includes offices, gymnasium with 200-seat capacity and full-size basketball court, stage & lockers, kitchen-banquets & training; game/activity room, library, classrooms & multi-purpose rooms.

    HUHUGAM CULTURAL CENTER
    Gila River Indian Community

    Five buildings which house offices, classrooms, a museum, a learning center and community rooms; many shade structures and ground features, including an outdoor amphitheater are included. Total square footage of the buildings is 45,292 SF.

    SALT RIVER PIMA-MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX
    Tolleson, Arizona

    Structural evaluation of the administration building.

    TESUQUE PUEBLO INDIAN VILLAGE REBUILD
    Tesuque, New Mexico

    Modifications to existing cultural center, museum, misc. structures

    WE-KO-PA GOLF CLUBHOUSE
    Fort McDowell, Arizona

    25,000 SF facilities with exposed timber and steel developed by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, consists of two 18-hole layouts. The above ground portion of the club house offers 10,000 SF of enclosed space containing the golf shop retail, administrative areas, restrooms and lounge areas, dining areas, kitchen, support offices, and large multi-use room. The lower level of the clubhouse contains an 11,000 SF underground cart storage area