SP3 enables engineers to consider damage and loss reduction directly in the design process, to achieve more resilient buildings.
SP3 provides a consistent and credible method for a seismic risk assessment report. SP3 provides the basic results needed for a PML study, and unique additional building-specific risk information.
SP3 distills years of cutting-edge research to equip engineers to comprehensively assess seismic damage, loss, and building repair time.
SP3 provides a streamlined workflow to give results in hours (rather than days or weeks), with the ability to refine the analysis at any step.
SP3 is based on the open-source FEMA P-58 methodology, providing unprecedented transparency for the basis of the risk assessment.
SP3 provides building-specific risk information, rather than predictions based on a general class of buildings. Refine your building model to get tailored insights or perform sensitivity studies.
SP3 provides a standardized analysis method that is consistent and repeatable, being backed by the comprehensive FEMA P-58 component damageability database which is based on the past 30 years of structural engineering research.
The application of FEMA P58 is going to have a transformative impact on the structural engineering profession's ability to communicate with clients and the public. The SP3 software makes the application of FEMA P58 as simple as it could possibly be - I have no hesitation in recommending its use to obtain a USRC Rating.
Ronald L. Mayes, Ph.D Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
SP3 opens the door for using FEMA P58 to engineers and adds a valuable toolbox to design offices. The input tabs are intuitive and user friendly. The support group is helpful and knowledgeable.
Amir Gilani, PhD, SE Miyamoto International, Inc.
At the heart of performance-based engineering is communicating complex engineering ideas to the public and clients. SP3 enables us to do this through the automation of FEMA 58. Fantastic!
Kit Miyamoto, PhD, SE, CEO Miyamoto International, Inc.
SP3 is a next generation seismic risk assessment tool that allows the user to quickly and efficiently perform a FEMA P58 seismic risk evaluation incorporating a high level of detail that quantifies expected repair costs, recovery time, and casualties.
Russell A. McLellan Simpson Gumpertz & Heger