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Our Mission & Vision

Our Mission:
NCSEA, in partnership with its Member Organizations (MOs), supports practicing structural engineers to be highly qualified professionals and successful leaders.

Our Vision:
Structural Engineers are valued for their contributions to safe structures and resilient communities.

In 2024, NCSEA celebrates its 30th anniversary!

Who We Serve

NCSEA serves the needs of the structural engineering community as well as:

  • Architects
  • Building Code and Enforcement Authorities
  • Construction Industry
  • Owners and Developers
  • Public Building Agencies
  • Disaster Response Organizations
  • Licensing and Registration Boards
  • Legislatures and Regulatory Agencies
  • Structural Material Trade Groups
  • Professional and Trade Organizations
  • Engineering Societies


NCSEA Board of Directors

Structural engineering professionals guide the vision and mission of the association.

Meet the Board

NCSEA Staff Team

NCSEA staff is composed of a team of professionals who work alongside the board of directors to further our mission.


NCSEA Past Presidents

Thank you to our past NCSEA Leadership for your service.

Past Presidents

Media Center

NCSEA serves the needs of the structural engineering community and the public. Interview NCSEA’s leading experts for commentary on structural engineering topics including, natural disasters, infrastructure, and building design and learn how NCSEA support the industry at large.

Learn about our spokespeople and press contacts.

Governance Documents

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


NCSEA 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

Committee News

Share Your Input for the 2024–2026 ICC Code Development Cycle

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

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