NCSEA Webinars

March 24th

CalOES Safety Assessment Program – 2017

Judith Fredericks has worked for the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services since January 2007.

April 4th

Special Inspections for Masonry

John Chrysler, P.E., has been active in the masonry industry since 1968 working for a large masonry contractor for 25 years.

April 18th

Upcoming Changes to AISC 341 – Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings

James O. Malley, S.E., is a Senior Principal with Degenkolb Engineers. Mr. Malley has over 30 years of experience in the seismic design.

May 2nd

Structural Steel & Bolting: Special Inspections with the IBC & AISC

Robert E. Shaw, Jr., P.E., has 43 years of experience in steel construction, including the last 26 years as President of the Steel Structures.

May 16th

Structural Welding: Special Inspections with the IBC & AISC

Robert E. Shaw, Jr., P.E., has 43 years of experience in steel construction, including the last 26 years as President of the Steel Structures.

June 15th

Seismic Design of Large Wood Panelized Roof Diaphragms in Heavy Wall Buildings

John Lawson, S.E., is a licensed Structural Engineer in California and Arizona.

June 27th

Special Inspections for Existing Buildings

Chris Kimball, S.E., P.E., MCP, CBO has more than 16 years of experience in the design, construction and building safety industries.

July 11th

Repair of Construction Defects

David Flax, of The Euclid Chemical Company has a Civil Engineering Degree from RPI and over 35 years experience as a field engineer.

July 25th

Nonstructural Components

Chris Kimball, SE, PE, MCP, CBO has more than 16 years of experience in the design, construction and building safety industries.

August 10th

CFS Frame Lateral Design

Jeff Ellis, P.E., S.E., SECB, is the Director of Codes & Compliance for Simpson Strong-Tie Company Inc.

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