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NCSEA Response

Statement on the Francis Scott Key Bridge Incident in Baltimore

The collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore is a tragedy. The entire NCSEA community sends our thoughts to the families, friends, first responders, and citizens impacted by this event.

Your Input Is Needed

Participate in the Code Development Process

The NCSEA Code Advisory Committee will review your recommendations and collaborate to generate code change proposals for the next IBC/ IEBC. You can submit fully developed code change proposals, general ideas, or even hot spots and problem areas.

Important Milestone

NCSEA Celebrates 30 Years

Celebrate with us as we recognize 30 years of your accomplishments and the steady advancement of the profession.

New AI Roadmap

AI in the Structural Engineering Profession

The NCSEA Foundation Artificial Intelligence (AI) Grant Team and AI Advisory Board met recently to envision the transformative impact of AI in structural engineering. A resulting AI roadmap outlines initiatives to overcome adoption barriers, foster innovation, and define organizational roles in integrating AI, shaping the future of the profession.

2024 Structural Engineering Summit

Call for Speakers

Share your experiences and insight to empower the structural engineering community. The 2024 Structural Engineering Summit will be held November 5-8, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The submission deadline is Sunday, April 14.

Professional Development

Earn Professional Development Hours

Deepen your knowledge with cutting-edge continuing education programs led by industry experts. Gain insights into the latest trends, technologies, and best practices.

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CalOES Safety Assessment Program April 2024

This California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) Safety Assessment Program (SAP), presented by NCSEA, is based on ATC-20/45 methodologies and forms. This SAP training course provides engineers, architects and code-enforcement professionals with the basic skills required to perform safety assessments of structures following disasters. Licensed design professionals and certified building officials will be eligible for SAP Evaluator certification and credentials following completion of this program and submission of required documentation.


Wind Loads on Irregular Buildings

The ASCE 7 Standard provides prescriptive provisions for determining wind loads on regular shaped buildings. Practitioners are tasked with designing a wide variety of building structures, that don’t always fit exactly within the provisions of the standard. This session will provide guidance on applying the wind provisions to a variety of building shapes and components by understanding how wind pressures and pressure coefficients relate to wind flow around a building. Additional design guides will be discussed, and examples will be presented. This presentation was developed by the NCSEA Wind Engineering Committee.


NCSEA’s committees strive to enhance the standard of practice in structural engineering.

NCSEA Committees Join a Committee

The NCSEA Code Advisory Committee invites your active participation in shaping the upcoming changes to the International

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