Deborah Weintraub

April 4, 2014

City of LA's Engineer—A Responsibility of Significance

Deborah Weintraub, Interim City Engineer for Los Angeles, discusses the La Noria waterwheel, along with other water-oriented and public space projects in partnership with the city.

February 1, 2012

VerdeXchange Green Build Panel: Codes & Mandates Should Not Impede Sustainability

VerdeXchange 2012 hosted a panel, moderated by Gail Goldberg, Executive Director of the Urban Land Institute, Los Angeles, on ‘Green Building Through Codes, Mandates, and Incentives’. Panelists Steve Glenn, CEO, LivingHomes, Ken Lewis, President, AC Martin Partners, and Deborah Weintraub, Chief Deputy Office of the LA Bureau of Engineering, outlined their practices and how building codes impact or fail to impact development projects.

August 29, 2005

Deputy City Engineer Weintraub Manages City's Capital Programs With A Designer's Eye

L.A. City Engineer Deborah Weintraub discusses the diverse challenges of balancing financial, environmental, and human concerns while constructing L.A.'s built environment.

November 30, 2004

LA City Architect Is Promoted: Bureau of Engineering Now Greener

Bringing an architect's perspective into civic engineering projects has proven a great success.

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