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:
- For first year of organization, membership will carry through until Aug 31st, 2018.
- Goal of 4 seminars per year including 1 half-day seminar, 2 afternoon or evening seminars & participation/collaboration in the full day Central NY Engineering Expo
- 1 free NYC seminar per year.
- Current technical and professional news through the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations’ (NCSEA) monthly STRUCTURE magazine
- Access to NCSEA website and resources
- Access to SEAoNY website and resources
- Local industry news and ideas through SEAoNY’s quarterly publication, Cross Sections
- Participation in downstate SEAoNY committees and support for local committees
- A forum for networking and socializing with fellow industry professionals in upstate New York as well as networking opportunities in the New York City area
- Opportunities to promote the profession at local colleges and universities
The membership of this chapter applies to the regions of New York State that are north of, excluding Sullivan, Ulster and Dutchess County.