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Mr. Paul E. Feuerstein entered the engineering field with a BSCE from Indiana Institute of Technology, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1958. His vibration experience began in 1963, in the stone crushing aggregate equipment world of support structures, for crushers, screens, etc. His interest in vibrations drove him to begin independent vibration studies. He earned his Professional Engineer License, Wisconsin, in 1965. The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) presented him with a faculty appointment in 1973. There he taught structural engineering and materials courses plus dynamics etc. for 27 years. He began structural consulting in 1976. While pursuing his teaching appointment, he continued studying Soil and Foundation Dynamics and Structural Dynamics. These efforts resulted in a Master of Engineering (ME) degree from the University Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1982.
Paul founded Feuerstein Engineering in 1985 while he was consulting within the aggregate industry. He relishes consulting assignments in design and loves to investigate unique, bizarre static and dynamic structural systems.
Paul received the 1988 Outstanding Professional Engineer in Education Award from the Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers.
Having earned Professor Emeritus recognition from the Milwaukee School of Engineering in 2000, Paul has written and presented numerous articles on dynamically loaded structural support systems. He has integrated his knowledge of vibrations, structural dynamics, foundation and soil dynamics plus experience into a holistic analysis with the goal of enriching the structural design of support structures for vibrating systems thus “attenuating vibrations.”