Review Category : News

The next course offered by NCSEA is March 24, 2017.

This series of webinars will feature an in-depth look at design examples from the newly published 2015 IBC Structural/Seismic Design Manual (SSDM) Volumes 1, 2 and 3. This will be your opportunity to hear directly from contributing authors of the example problems as they share their significant expertise and experience in the design area and underlying building code provisions of the new 2015 International Building Code (IBC). These unique sessions, hosted by SEAOC and supported by NCSEA, are sure to be useful to experienced and new engineers alike.

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Register now for P.E./S.E. Review Courses beginning February 2017! Taking the P.E. Civil, S.E., or Environmental Exam this Spring? ASCE’s Exam Review Courses take the guesswork out of your study plan and prepare you for exam day. Qualified experts deliver interactive courses that will build your confidence for exam day. You will receive access to recorded webinars and reference materials. Group rates are available for 2 or more engineers preparing in the same location. www.asce.org/live_exam_reviews Recordings of these sessions will be available in February and March.

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ASCE recently lowered prices on webinars, making them an even better value. Webinars are convenient, low-cost, and an efficient training option. Login anywhere and interact with the instructor and other participants. Our webinars cover practical, targeted topics taught by experts in their field. Gain knowledge and earn PDHs.

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After serving for five years on the STRUCTURE magazine Editorial Board as the steel industry representative, Roger A. LaBoube, Ph.D., P.E., is retiring. Roger is the Curator’s Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering and Director of the Wei-Wen Yu Center for Cold-Formed Steel Structures at the Missouri University of Science & Technology (formerly University of Missouri-Rolla).

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Earn up to 42 PDHs in one week

Don’t miss ASCE Week, March 26 – 31, 2017, at the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek. ASCE Week offers ASCE’s most popular face-to-face seminars in one location. Structural seminars include Designing Nonbuilding Structures Using ASCE/SEI 7-16, Earthquake-Induced Ground Motions, Application of Soil-Structure Interaction to Buildings and Bridges, Financial Management for the Professional Engineer, Investigation, Analysis, and Remediation of Building Failures, Public-Private Partnerships for Transportation Infrastructure, and Seismic Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (newly updated for ASCE 7-16). Also, there will be a special behind-the-scenes tour of Disney. Register by March 3 for special discounts. Learn more at www.asce.org/asceweek.

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Bridges 2017 is the must-have wall calendar for anyone who designs, builds, crosses, or simply loves bridges. Each month highlights a spectacular bridge with an awesome photograph and a thumbnail history highlighting the bridge’s engineering significance. Plus, each month has a bonus bridge mini-photo. Chock-full of photos from the United States and around the world, this full-sized calendar is perfect for jotting down daily activities or appointments.

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ASCE’s Guided Online Courses are back January 23, 2017. Two courses in structural engineering are available: Earthquake Engineering for Structures, which premiered in April 2016 and explains the why and how of ASCE 7, and Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Buildings, which is a new course and explains the differences between seismic evaluation and retrofit. Learn more at www.asce.org/continuing-education/guided-online-courses.

 

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