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Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Structural Engineers

Andrew Opdyke, CFA; John Cross, PE; Kevin Artl; Bill Bast, PE, SE

While the pandemic has changed every segment of our lives, one of the keys as structural engineers is to understand how those changes will affect the economy in which our businesses operate. SEAOI & NCSEA have put together a panel of experts who will gaze into their crystal ball and share what they see for our profession’s future.

Download the slides here.

 


 

Public Resourses
Student Chapter Outreach Guide
Student Chapter Sample Bylaws
White Paper-Structural Code Requirements for Modifying Existing Buildings
White Paper-When are Geotechnical Reports Required?
White Paper-When is It Permissible to Reduce Roof Live Loads?
Continuing Education Requirements by State (updated April 2019)

 

Member Only Documents
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Creating Good Media Relationships
Essential Resources for a Structural Engineer's Library
Informational Brochure - The difference between PE/SE/SECB
Writing a Press Release

NCSEA’s mission is to advance the practice of the structural engineering profession. The association and its committees produce and provide resources for Member Organization structural engineers and the field at large.


 

Windspeed by Location

The Applied Technology Council’s Wind Speed Web Site provides users with a site specific wind speed using the GPS coordinate system. On this website, users can retrieve wind speeds from ASCE 7-10, ASCE 7-05 and ASCE 7-93. Wind speeds are also provided for serviceability purposes for 10, 25, 50 and 100-year return periods.