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Structural Engineering Summit

Registration Opens for 2024 NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit

The premier event for structural engineers is coming to Las Vegas on November 5–8, 2024.


Board Members, SEA Leaders, Committee Chairs Collaborate at Leadership Week

Nearly 100 SEA leaders, NCSEA committee chairs, and NCSEA Board Members gathered for NCSEA Leadership Week, a collaborative event aimed at supporting the profession today and tomorrow.

NCSEA Foundation

NCSEA Foundation Announces 2024 Diversity in Structural Engineering Scholarship Recipients

The NCSEA Foundation is pleased to announce the 25 recipients of its 2024 Diversity in Structural Engineering Scholarships.

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.

SEE Awards

2024 Structural Engineering Excellence (SEE) Awards

NCSEA awards the Structural Engineering Excellence (SEE) Awards to some of the most innovative and creative projects in the world. Enter your project by June 21, 2024!

Important Milestone

NCSEA Celebrates 30 Years

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

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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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Maximizing Masonry’s Efficiency: Strength Design

This presentation will discuss the strength design provisions includes in the TMS 402 Building Code Requirements for Masonry Structures. Specifically this presentation will cover minimum prescriptive reinforcement requirements to structures constructed in Seismic Design Categories A, B, and C. For exterior walls resisting wind or seismic loads, the most economical wall assembly often incorporates nominal reinforcement spaced at the widest possible spacing.


New Bridges or Transportation Structures: Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project

Over its 84-year life span, the Sixth Street Viaduct became a cultural icon for the City of Los Angeles, appearing in countless motion pictures, music videos, and television commercials. The presentation will explain why the viaduct was replaced and discuss functional goals of the replacement. Particular attention will be given to bridge engineering innovations, including the use of Grade 80 reinforcement; the use of multi-strand post-tensioning couplers; and the development of third-generation friction-pendulum isolation bearing to meet a new seismic isolation design methodology developed for the viaduct. Emphasis will be placed on the engineering effort to support these innovations.


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

NCSEA Committees Join a Committee

The Young Member Support Committee’s Trivia Night Goes Live via Zoom on June 26, 2024.

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