Structural Engineers Association of New York
We help New York Thrive
The Dormitory Authority State of New York Conference is the ONLY event in the area that puts General Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Architects, Engineers and Facility Managers together under one roof to hear about news, trends and opportunities in the industry as well as updates to DASNY projects. This event will attract hundreds of attendees from the area who are looking to contract business with DASNY, higher education facilities and major construction firms.
The CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016
DASNY (Dormitory Authority of the State of New York) is among the nation’s largest issuers of low-cost, tax-exempt bonds and one of its biggest public builders. We are New York’s developer, creating the health, education and scientific facilities that form the backbone of inclusive, sustainable communities and help them compete on the global stage.
DASNY takes you through an entire project, from concept to commissioning, and manages all contracts, the environmental review process, and financing. We expertly manage the project, freeing you to focus on your core mission.
For more information, visit http://www.dasnyconference.com/
Engineering the Future
39th IABSE Symposium
September 21-23, 2017
Vancouver, BC, Canada
For more information: iabsevancouver2017.pdf
Please join us on September 12th for the 4th Annual Port Authority of New York and New Jersey conference where attendees will learn about new and existing construction project opportunities. This year, the Port Authority Board approved the largest ever $32.2 Billion 10-YEAR Capital Plan for 2017-2026.
Approved projects include the area’s major airports, bridges and tunnels, railways, ports and p3 on major transportation and terminal projects. The approved plan will create 235,400 job years, $20 billion in total wages and $56 billion in overall economic activity…
Find out how you can get involved in these projects by attending this year’s conference.
The Hotel Pennsylvania
401 Seventh Ave
New York, NY 10001
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The IABSE Future of Design Conference is a one-day event aimed at engineers, architects, academics, students, contractors, fabricators or other built environment professionals. The purpose of the conference is to exchange knowledge on topics that are of importance to our industry now and in the future and to energize, educate and inspire the next generation of designers. We are aiming at maximizing the exchange between participants by making use of a variety of session styles including panel discussions, short lectures and hands-on workshops. Accomplished designers and researchers will pair with emerging and innovative designers to present ideas on what the future holds for structural engineering. We will also discuss the future of our practice as a whole and how we adapt as designers to ever changing contexts with increasing complexity.
IABSE (the International Association for Bridges and Structural Engineering) is a truly global association with members in over 100 countries. The Future of Design Conference is a successful annual event in the UK and we are about to launch the first event here in NYC. For more information, visit our website https://fodnyc.org/ and buy your ticket now at the Early Bird rate here.
The seminar will address how high strength concrete can generate internal temperatures that reduce strength.
Speaker: Jerzy Zemajtis, PhD, PE is Senior Engineer at the American
Topic: Mass Concrete: How Big is Big? Live Presentation
Location: New York Athletic Club, 59th & 7th Avenue – 180 Central Park South
What is Mass Concrete? ACI 207.1R defines mass concrete as any volume of concrete with dimensions large enough to require that measures be taken to cope with the generation of heat from hydration of the cement and attendant volume change to minimize cracking. But how does one predict whether mass concrete problems will occur and what steps should be taken? This presentation will discuss how to identify mass concrete, ACI 301 requirements pertaining to it, and good construction practices. Topics covered in this presentation will include:
You are invited to attend Professor Greg Deierlein's 2016 EERI Distinguished Lecture “From Performance-Based Engineering to Earthquake Resilience” on Thursday, May 4th, 2017. Please register ASAP by email at email@example.com as our space is limited. Registration will close by 4/20/17.
Event: EERI Distinguished Lecture “From Performance-Based Engineering to Earthquake Resilience”
Speaker: Greg Deierlein, NAE – John A. Blume Professor, Stanford University
Date: Thursday May 4, 2017, 5:30-7:30 pm (5:30-6pm networking, 6-7 pm lecture)
Organizer: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI), NYNE Chapter
Location: WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff, 1 Penn Plaza (34th St, 7th-8th Ave), Room 2313AB (2nd Floor)
Cost: Free, registration required due to limited space (firstname.lastname@example.org) and will close by 4/20/17
PDH: 1 PDH (PDH certificate cost is $0 for NYNE members and $25 for non-members)
Winning design team to construct an architectural pavilion out of recycled aluminum cast into cracked clay for Governors Island 2017 Summer Season
A distinguished jury has selected the winning design in the seventh annual City of Dreams Pavilion Competition: Cast & Place by Team Aesop (Josh Draper from PrePost/RPI-CASE, Lisa Ramsburg and Powell Draper from Schlaich Bergermann Partner, Edward M. Segal from Hofstra University, and Max Dowd from Cooper Union). Pending approvals and fundraising, this temporary art structure will be assembled on Governors Island and open to the public for the summer 2017 season.
The annual competition is hosted by FIGMENT, the Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA) of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter (AIANY), and the Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY). The City of Dreams Pavilion, so named for its focus on the future of a world that faces strains on both economic and natural resources, aims to promote sustainability-oriented thinking amidst the architecture and design communities, and requires designers to consider the environmental impact of their designs in everything from materials sourcing to disposal (or ideally reuse) of waste at the end of the season.
Cast & Place re-imagines waste as a transformative resource for our New York City future. Soil dredged from the East River, the material also used in the construction of Governors Island, is laid out to dry and crack. 250,000 aluminum cans are melted down and poured into the cracked dredge. The results are light, strong panels that provide structure and shade, assembled into spaces for performance and play. Rain-soaked reflecting pools of dredge reveal the pavilion’s formwork as they dry and crack in the summer heat, inducing meditations on time, materiality, and the sources of our city.
Cast & Place by Team Aesop (Josh Draper, Lisa Ramsburg, Powell Draper, Edward M. Segal, and Max Dowd)
Team Aesop will work with FIGMENT, ENYA, SEAoNY, and Governors Island to select the exact site for Cast & Place, refine the design, obtain necessary approvals, and fabricate and install the pavilion on the island.
The project has launched a Kickstarter campaign to support the fabrication, installation, and maintenance of the pavilion on Governors Island for the 2017 summer season. Donations can be made by clicking here.
Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY) is working to better represent all of the Structural Engineers throughout the state of New York. This year we plan to start by beginning a new chapter in Syracuse, New York.
Our goal is to introduce our organization to upstate professionals in order to advance the profession and foster forums that allow professionals to meet and exchange ideas and experiences. This will be facilitated through seminar events as well as opportunities to participate in various SEAoNY committee discussions, including but not limited to, codes & standards, future seminars and promotion of diversity in the field of structural engineering.
We also aim to promote the art and science of structural engineering and excellence in engineering education by reaching out to local colleges and universities. This will allow us to foster the next generation of structural engineers.
Joining the Upstate New York - Syracuse Chapter of SEAoNY will include several membership benefits, including:
The membership of this chapter applies to the regions of New York State that are north of, excluding Sullivan, Ulster and Dutchess County.
MARCH 9 & 10, 2017
The Rise of the Skyscraper City:
All the Tall Buildings in Manhattan, 1874-1900
In conjunction with its current exhibition TEN & TALLER, 1874-1900, The Skyscraper Museum presents symposium that explores new narratives of the first decades of high-rise history. Organized into four sessions, on Thursday evening, March 9 and on Friday morning and afternoon, March 10, the symposium brings together a range of scholars and authors who have studied nineteenth-century New York from the perspectives of architecture, engineering, and urban history.
New York’s first “skyscrapers” were erected in 1874, initiating the city’s ascent into the vertical. The all-masonry Tribune and Western Union buildings were ten-story office buildings that lifted their decorative towers to 260 and 230 feet. By 1900, the steel skeleton of the 30-story Park Row Building – tallest in the world–topped out at 391 feet.
In the last quarter of the 19th century, Manhattan added 250 buildings of ten or more stories – more than triple the number of Chicago. Elevators and new methods of construction enabled this rise, but it was the phenomenal growth of the city itself, whose population swelled from less than a million in the 1870s to more than 3.4 million in 1900, that drove New York into its vertical expansion.
In particular, the symposium will explore a new narrative of “All vs. Tall” that considers other uses beyond office buildings, including apartments, hotels, and lofts, and emphasizes the commercial motive of high-rise development. The comprehensive survey of every building in Manhattan of 10 or more stories from 1874 through 1900 that is the subject of the TEN & TALLER exhibition and the three interfaces – the GRID, the MAP, and the TIMELINE – offer new ways of viewing the architectural and urban development of the period that will be a focus of our symposium.
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