Back row from left to right: Bechtel, son-in-law Matt, daughter Kristie, wife Mary and son Kevin
Front row from left to right: daughters Kara and Kelsey
Therrien when he was six months old
Therrien with (from left to right) daughters Olivia, Hanna, Emma and Alyssa and wife Lianne
McNamara (seated) with Therrien
Therrien with his son, Matthew
Therrien enjoys fishing in his free time.
Photo 1: This car was struck by a large exhaust fan that blew off a roof.
Photo 2: Water entered this building where the equipment blew off the curb. Note that an adjacent condenser shifted off its sleepers. Even in areas with low wind speeds, sleepers typically offer inadequate wind resistance. To resist ASCE 7 loads, equipment typically will need to be anchored to flashed curbs or equipment stands.
Photo 3: This gooseneck vent was attached with only two small screws. For a critical facility with a 30-foot roof height and a basic wind speed of 90 mph, FEMA 577 recommends attaching such a vent with eight No.12 screws. A substantial amount of water entered the building during passage of a slow-moving hurricane. Winds were in the range of 100