The Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) is a vibrant community of more than 30,000 structural engineers within the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). SEI involves all facets of the structural engineering community including practicing engineers, students, research scientists, academics, technologists, material suppliers, contractors, and owners. SEI advances our members' careers, stimulates technological advancement, and improves professional practice.
SEI is participating in the inaugural ASCE Virtual Technical Conference, the week of September 14. SEI’s hosted sessions are part of the week-long program that also includes interdisciplinary sessions of interest in geotechnical, coastal, construction, and architectural engineering relating to structural engineering.
SEI will showcase 3 interactive sessions that are designed to enhance the functional skill set of the structural engineer, while providing broad appeal to all civil engineers.
- Making the Case for Conceptual Design – an Expert Panel Discussion
- San Francisco’s Millennium Tower Retrofit
- Sustainability, Embodied Carbon & SE2050
Earn 4.0 PDHs for these sessions and join in the live Q&A discussion that will follow each session. Visit the virtual Exhibit Hall before and after each session - exhibit & sponsorship opportunities are still available.
David J. Odeh, SE, PE, SECB, F.SEI, F.ASCE, Principal, Odeh Engineers, Inc.
Making the Case for Conceptual Design - an Expert Panel Discussion
Ronald O. Hamburger, PE, SE, FSEI, Senior Principal, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Inc. San Francisco
San Francisco's Millennium Tower Retrofit
Michael Gryniuk, P.E., Associate, LeMessurier, Boston
Sustainability, Embodied Carbon & SE2050