NCSEA, in partnership with its Member Organizations, supports practicing structural engineers to be highly qualified professionals and successful leaders.
Structural Engineers are valued for their contributions to safe structures and resilient communities.
NCSEA Response to Covid-19
As the nation responds to the challenges presented by the current COVID-19 pandemic, maintaining health and safety is paramount. NCSEA is relying on local, state, and federal officials to provide requirements and recommendations for structural engineers to follow as they conduct their professional activities during these unprecedented conditions.
While respecting such limitations, the position of the NCSEA Board of Directors is that structural engineers provide essential services in support of permitted ongoing construction activities, maintenance of buildings and infrastructure, and design of projects deemed to be critical.
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The National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) was formed to constantly improve the standard level of practice of the structural engineering profession, and to provide an identifiable resource for those needing communication with the profession. The Association’s vision is to be recognized as the leading advocate for the practice of structural engineering via its ongoing mission of representing and strengthening its 44 Member Organizations.
NCSEA serves the needs of the structural engineering profession, its clientele, as well as:
- Building Code and Enforcement Authorities
- Construction Industry
- Public Building Agencies
- Disaster Response Organizations
- Licensing and Registration Boards
- Legislatures and Regulatory Agencies
- Structural Material Trade Groups
- Public News Media
- Professional and Trade Organizations
- Engineering Societies