Structural Engineers Association of New York
Improving the Design of Slender Concrete Columns
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 12 noon
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Thursday, March 17, 2016
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Thursday, March 10, 2016
5:30 to 7:30 pm @ The Library of General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen (generalsociety.org) at 20W 44th St in New York City
The New York-Northeast Chapter of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) and the Deep Foundations Institute’s (DFI) Women in Deep Foundations Technical Committee are co-hosting a Reception and Panel Discussion on Professional Women in the World of Construction.
Confirmed panelists are:
The event will be moderated by Dr. Sissy Nikolaou of MRCE (EERI subscribing member), Director of EERI and President of the NYNE chapter, and Ms. Helen Robinson of Schnabel Engineering, Chair of the DFI Women in Deep Foundations Technical Committee
There is no cost to attend the event, but reservations are required – please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
January 21, 2016
6:00 to 8:00 PM @ The Mohawk Group
71 West 23rd Street (18th Floor)
New York, NY 10010
Event Description: For years, building developers and their teams have searched for ways to optimize concrete mixes for performance, schedule, and reduced environmental impact. Simultaneously, the New York City metro area has been generating far more post-consumer glass than recyclers have a consistent end market use for. In an effort to address these dual challenges, pragmatic thought leaders brought key stakeholders from multiple industry sectors together to collaborate on a solution. Team members worked together over the course of 18 months to begin piloting use of locally recycled ground glass as an ingredient in high-performing concrete with reduced environmental impact.
Come hear the Recycler, the Manufacturer, the Structural Engineer and the Building Owners Representative/Convener discuss what was involved in identifying this solution, whether the idea can be replicated in concrete mixes across the country, and what will it take for the larger cast-in-place concrete and glass recycling marketplaces to be transformed.
Founding Partner, Building Product Ecosystems
Lou Grasso Jr.
Managing Partner, Kingston Block/Urban Mining North East
Principal, Severud Associates
Manager, Municipal Recycling at Sims
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Urban Green website
February 11, 2016
9:00am - 11:00am @ New York Athletic Club
59th & 7th Avenue - 180 Central Park South
Concrete can provide a service life of over 100 years when properly designed, batched and constructed. Many projects, in particular for the transportation infrastructure, require concrete to be designed and built for a service life of 100+ year. Estimating concrete service life, is a somewhat new requirement to the concrete industry, but of great importance. Our speakers will share their methodologies for estimating, designing and constructing concrete structures to provide a service life in excess of 100 years.
Moderator: Cas Bognacki, PE, Chief of Materials Engineering, The Port Authority of NY & NJ
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This is the eighth year of a respected and internationally recognized survey on the topic of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the profession of Structural Engineering. Key changes in this year's survey address emerging topics of Risk Management, Laser Scanning, Project Management of firms, recruiting of staff, Level of Development (LOD) in contracts and trends in best practices for model based analysis.
Please take a few moments to participate in the online survey before Jan. 20, 2016:
The overview of the trends the survey has tracked over the last 8 years will be presented in a webinar series with Part 1 beginning Thursday, December 17 at 10am ET. This webinar is in collaboration with the National Institute of Steel Detailers (NISD) as part of their launch of their 2016 Design to Construction webinar series. The following webinar in January 2016 will review the survey results.
Please register for Structures from Design to Construction, Part 1 Introduction on Dec 17, 2015 10:00 AM EST at:
Thank you for your participation,
SEI-CASE National BIM Committee
Will Ikerd, PE - Co-Chair
Micheal Bolduc, PE - Co-Chair
David Aucoin, PE - Incoming Vice-Chair
When: Wednesday, 11th November 2015 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. Admission free.
Where: General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen. 20 West 44th Street, NYC, NY, 10036
Sponsored by: STRAAM Group., 40 Wall Street, NY, NY and Forensic Engineering Technical Group of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Distinguished Speakers: Ms. Margot Christeller and Dr. Alan Jeary AO, PhD, FIStructE
Margot Christeller spent 18 months as Deputy General Manager of the Infrastructure Rebuild team at the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) and then an additional 18 months at CERA supporting the work to refresh the governance, leadership and funding frameworks to meet the collective needs of the city to survive and recover. Margot is visiting NYC, Washington DC and San Francisco to continue her engagement, at their invitation, with urban development and recovery agencies such as the UNDP, World Bank and the City of San Francisco.
Context – What happened? 6.3 earthquake and 30 major aftershocks in a year.
Observations -- What worked well and what we learned to prepare for the future.
Lessons learned/ Opportunities – Smart technology and building resilient cities.
Future -- What does this mean for other cities?
Please RSVP via email to: Info@straamgroup.com
Tuesday Nov 10, 2015
Free and open to the public
Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America
1161 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027
OHNY Weekend Highlight:
Engineering New York
October 17 & 18 2015
New York has always been a city of engineering feats, home to historically important projects-from the Brooklyn Bridge to the subway system to the Empire State Building- that pushed the boundaries of structural possibility. Over the past decade, architects and engineers have continued this long tradition of structural innovation, using new materials and technologies to design and build a new generation of New York icons that advance the art of engineering while enriching the city's built environment.
During this year's OHNY Weekend, Open House New York and the Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY) partner to open a selection of recent projects that illustrate the state of the art of structural engineering in New York City. Tours will help visitors to understand these projects from the perspective of the structural engineers who helped transform them from idea to reality.
Several Engineering New York sites feature Open Access hours; others require Advance Reservations, as noted below. For more information about these sites, or to make reservations where necessary, visit ohny.org/engineering.
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EERI - Schools Earthquake Safety Initiative Call for Committee Volunteers
EERI-NYNE is calling for committee volunteers to join the EERI SESI (Schools Earthquake Safety Initiative)
Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in volunteer participation in these active SESI subcommittees:
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