Nearly 30 years experience devolving complex challenges into manageable solvable tasks through introspection, research, team development and leadership, collaboration with specialists and a tenacious, focused commitment to produce achievable, applicable solutions. Experience specific to Emergency Medical and Construction industries.
Goal: Effectively and affectingly exercise experience and creative design improving the human condition in all aspects from health to habitat.
Construction product and process design, medical hardware design, CNC machining, Wood, Metal and composite work.
Sustainable, frustration-free construction methods
With netting, sheets of fabric, and simple sewing techniques anyone can create form-work for concrete, grout, sand and microbes structures.
Imagine tubes of fabric, netting sewn within as reinforcement for both the concrete and the form-work. Tubes connected to other tubes by netting to temporarily hold the desired structure. These tubes, in all shapes and sizes pumped or filled with fibrous concrete similar to inflating a balloon animal with air.
These structures are light weight, stay-in-place forms, that can be dropped (prefabricated) into any area, inflated with air to unfold the form-work for layout. Then strategically filled with concrete. A new solid structure, ready for use by the next day.
Applying higher order fibers and high tech fabrics can add engineered, calculable strengths where needed. Specialized self-consolidating concrete, ceramic, and clay blends can enhance the properties of these structures.
Anything related earth, humanity, art and design.
Cooking, soccer, fly fishing.
I am in my infancy as the TED story goes, however, I am an avid, ravenous researcher and student of the TED talks and auxiliary features: As well as web threads relating to such talks.
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