Alan P. Jeary, AO, CEng, DSc (Eng), PhD, FIStructE, FAIB, FRMetS
Partner and Chief Technology Officer
Alan Jeary brings to STRAAM over 40 years of innovation and experience in the area of structural performance monitoring and analysis. He is a world-recognized authority on instrumenting full-scale structures to study their dynamic characteristics. A pioneer of the field of Real Time Dynamic Structural Monitoring, he has published over 130 papers on the results of his studies. Dr. Jeary co-authored the new Hong Kong wind code; is a winner of the prestigious Telford Gold Medal of the Institution of Civil Engineers; is a Guest Professor at the Global Center of Excellence in Wind Engineering at the Tokyo Polytechnic University; is also a fellow of the Institute of Structural Engineers in the UK, the Australian Institute of Buildings and the Royal Meteorological Society. In April 2011 Alan won an Engineering news Record “Newsmaker of the Year” award, and in 2015 he was invested as an Officer of the Order of Australia, for services to Engineering and Education. Prior experience with other academic institutions include, the Building Research Establishment and the Central Electricity Research Laboratories. Jeary earned his PhD and DSc from University College, London and has lectured worldwide on the overall behavior of structures.
Thomas A. Winant, PE
Thomas A. Winant is President of STRAAM Group. He was previously the Executive Vice president of STRAAM Corp since 2009. Prior to that was the Chief Operating Officer for Osmos USA. With these firms, he was responsible for all aspects of Company operations and sales. He brings significant experience in Technology platform development and Project Management, including Structural health Monitoring used to aid in the condition assessment for bridges, buildings, and other structures under rehabilitation. Mr. Winant has broad engineering experience in the construction and civil engineering fields. Mr Winant received a BS in Civil Engineering (Structural) from Lafayette College (89’). He lives in Northern New Jersey with his wife Bonnie and two sons. .