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Josh Raney

Josh Raney is finishing his Master of Science in Architecture with an Architectural Engineering Specialization at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA. He was drawn into the field by a fascination for how large structures are built and how they withstand earthquakes. After his internship at Watry Design, Josh looks forward to his future as a licensed San Francisco Bay Area engineer.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering

Affiliations

Watry Design Leadership

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