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Who We Are

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.

Recent Press Releases

Press inquiries should be sent to Alfred T. Spada, Executive Director, at 312-649-4600, Ext. 201.

Structural Engineering Summit

Registration Opens for 2024 NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit

The National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) is pleased to announce that registration is

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 News

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

NCSEA in the Media

Interview a Spokesperson

NCSEA’s spokespeople are structural engineers with expertise in a wide-range of topics. Contact us to interview a spokesperson or if you don’t see a topic that pertains to your story, let us know and we will find a subject matter expert to speak with you.

SpokespersonNatural HazardsBuildingsInfrastructure
Maria Mohammedxx
Emily Guglielmoxxx
Ryan Kerstingxx
Chris Cerinoxx
Diane Earnest
John O’Brienxx
Kenneth O’Dellxxx
David Marxx
Troy Morganxx
Douglas Woodxx

Emergency Response

This nationwide initiative under the direction of the NCSEA SEER Committee focuses on the prevention of unsafe re-occupancy of buildings after disasters by training and certifying damage assessment professionals. 

Licensure

NCSEA’s Structural Licensure Committee actively engages with SEAs to assist with the adoption of consistent licensing laws and rules in the interest of public safety, especially relating to licensure of structural engineers. NCSEA collaborates with the Structural Engineering Licensure Coalition (SELC) and the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) and its Participating Organization Liaison Council (POLC) to further this effort. 

Code Advisory Committee

The Code Advisory Committee (CAC) advances NCSEA’s commitment to technical excellence by exerting a positive influence on the development and application of relevant codes and standards on behalf of practicing structural engineers.