Lee Herzog

Lee Herzog Facade Access Consulting | Chico, United States

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Lee Herzog entered the Façade Access field in the mid 70s, as a manufacturer and designer, of permanent equipment, under the name Citadel Inc. Lee selected the Citadel name as its definition is a “Strong High Place” and ironically enough it was the name of his college yearbook. He and his partners sold Citadel Inc. to a foreign firm in the early 80s. Lee continued to manage Citadel, for the new owners for several years. In that position, he continued to design façade access systems for high-rise projects around the world.

During that same time, Lee was selected to design an access system for the US Air Force Minuteman Missile Silo program. In order to understand the design requirements for the silo access, Lee witnessed the launching of several Minuteman Missiles.

Lee then formed a façade access-consulting firm, and for over twenty years operated under the name of Citadel Consulting…

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04 March 2008

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Track 10 Panel Questions and Answers

The panel of Track 10 consisting of Ahmad Abdelrazaq, Jon Evenson, Aaron Vanney, Lee Herzog, Clyde Baker, and Tony Kiefer enthusiastically answered questions from the...

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04 March 2008

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Façade Access for the Burj Dubai and other Articulating Towers

Lee Herzog from Lerch Bates, discussed the design of façade access equipment with the advent of supertall towers at the CTBUH 8th World Congress in...

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03 March 2008

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Façade Access for the Burj Dubai and other Articulating Towers

Lee Herzog, Lerch Bates Inc.

With the advent of supertall towers, and in some cases, articulating architectural features, the designing of façade access equipment has necessarily become increasingly complex. However,...