Structural Engineers Association of New York
Pre-registration is required for this event. We will not be able to accept walk-ins.
Tickets will be provided at the door. Please register in advance as only 50 spots are available. Don't forget to spread the word to your coworkers and friends. Kindly contact seaonyYM@gmail.com should you have any questions about this event or other future YMG programs.
To avoid the credit card convenience fee, please send us a check. If you would like to bring cash or a check at the day of the event, please let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Codes and Standards meeting will be held at 5:30pm on May 1st at
GACE (105 Madison Ave, 6th Floor)
Please RSVP with email@example.com by end of day April 30th if you plan to attend.
PDH - Credits Pending
SEAoNY – ATC Training Event
ATC-20 STANDARD AND ATC-45 TRAINING
for New York Engineers and Responders to Natural Disasters
RAND Engineering & Architecture, DPC
159 West 25th St., 12th floor, New York, NY 10001
Saturday, May 4, 2019 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Registration Closes May 3, 2019 3:00 pm
Join the Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY) and the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) – the New York – Northeast Chapter for an all day training on the principles of damaged buildings safety in accordance with the Applied Technology Council’s (ATC) principles. The training will incorporate material regarding safety evaluation of buildings resulting following (i) earthquakes – addressed by the ATC-20 Standard and (ii) hurricanes and floods addressed by the ATC-45 Standard. Relevant material, prepared by ATC, will be provided to the attendees as means of quickly establishing whether a structurally damaged building is suitable for continuous occupancy following the occurence of a natural disaster.
Illya Azaroff AIA, Principal +LAB Architect PLLC. & Associate Professor at NYCCT
Illya Azaroff is an architect and educator with over 25 years experience. Illya is a nationally recognized expert in resilient building measures and recovery systems often working with ASPR on the Federal Disaster Recovery Framework and ORR - New York City Office of Recovery & Resilience as a subject matter expert. Illya holds an MArch & BArch from Pratt Institute and a BS in Geography & BSAS in Architecture from UNL. Certified trainer for Cal EMA Safety Assessment Program, an instructor with NDTPC-National Disaster Training Preparedness Center. He serves on several boards including AIA New York State, the SHADE institute, and is working with FLASH - Federal Alliance of Safe Homes, building #hurricanestrong homes. In 2014 he received the AIANYS Presidents Citation and the AIA National Young Architects Award. He is honored to serve on the AIA National Strategic Council through 2018, and appointed Chair to the Board Knowledge Committee 2017. Prior to coming to New York City he worked in Germany, Italy and Holland.
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RAND Engineering & Architecture, DPC, 159 West 25th St., 12th floor
Cost: $250 for SEAoNY members / $350 for non members
Limited seats available - Register ASAP to ensure your space
7 PDHs (Pending)
With this training, Structural Engineers may register as a second responder with the NCSEA Structural Engineers Emergency Response (SEER) volunteer system.
Special Thanks to RAND Engineering & Architecture for Hosting this Event
SEAoNY YMG Presents
NCSEA Trivia Night!
May 8th, 2019
5:30PM - 8:30PM
Stantec | 475 Fifth Avenue, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10017
Join SEAoNY for NCSEA Trivia Night! Compete with other SEA's across the country in this web-based trivia event. Prizes for winners, and snacks and refreshments will be served during the game. Pre-registration is required for this event. Photo ID will be required for check-in.
Registration Opens at 5:30 PM | Trivia Begins Promptly at 6:00 PM
Location: Stantec 475 Fifth Avenue, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10017
This is 21+ event. Valid ID will be required to attend.
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Walk-ins cannot be accommodated.
If you have any questions about trivia night or other Young Members events, please email the cochairs at seaonyYM@gmail.com
For SEAoNY, registration is $5
For Non-Members, registration is $10
For Students (member & non-member), registration is $5
Online Registration closes May 7th at 4pm.
SEAoNY Gives Back: Volunteer for the Salvadori Charrette
Friday June 7th, 2018
8:00am – 3:30pm
Borough of Manhattan Community College (199 Chambers Street)
Register to Volunteer by May 3rd
SEAoNY’s Young Members Group is gathering volunteers for the Salvadori Foundation’s Annual “Charrette”. Please join us to give back to our community by volunteering your time to such a valuable cause.
About the Salvadori Charrette
Each June, the Salvadori Center hosts a one-day Student Design Charrette. Small teams, comprised of students from different schools, grades and abilities work collaboratively with built environment professionals ~ architects, engineers, builders, etc. ~ to solve a design problem in less than six hours. Students share the knowledge they gained through Salvadori’s residencies, think critically to overcome obstacles, and gain real life experience by cooperating with unfamiliar people and meeting a strict deadline with limited resources.
In the morning, teams are given a design challenge related to the built environment. They are asked to design, develop, and build a solution according to a particular set of parameters and using only the materials provided. There is a very strong math and science component to all our challenges. Throughout the day, professional architects and engineers from New York’s leading firms, guide the students as they provide insight into their professions.
Solutions are presented and tested at the end of the day. Success is tracked and measured against the program goals. Challenges from previous years include:
· Rube Goldberg Rollercoaster: designing a dynamic, fast, and safe ride
· Earthquakes & Water Towers: designing a water tower in an earthquake zone
· Pasta Bridge: constructing a new bridge between Manhattan and Brooklyn
· Withstand the Wind: constructing a tower of cards to withstand lateral force
This year’s design challenge will be equally fun and exciting.
Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
To register, please email Roxanne at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 3rd and copy seaonyYM@gmail.com.
About the Salvadori Center
Salvadori’s in-school and after-school multi-day programs celebrate a collaborative, hands-on, project-based approach to learning through the built environment ~ buildings, bridges, parks, and communities. Students learn new things about the city they live in. They see the math and science in the buildings they enter, the bridges they cross, and the parks they play in. They quickly understand why math and science are relevant to their lives.
The teachers we coach become our strongest advocates and schools return to work with us year after year. In fact, over 75% of schools returned each year and we increased the number of students we serve by 292% in seven years ~ that is more than 3.9 times!
Salvadori’s programs have a significantly positive impact on student learning and their interest in pursuing STEAM careers.
In summary, Salvadori programs:
For more information about this event or programs, visit the Salvadori Web Site.
SEAoNY’s Young Members Group will be coordinating other volunteer and outreach programs throughout the year. If you have ideas or would like to get involved, please email SEAoNYYM@gmail.com
SEAoNY YMG - Night at the WTC Observation Deck
April 25, 2018
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
1 WTC (Corner of West & Vesey Street)
14th Annual SEAoNY
Please note: Start times have changed
Support a great cause while improving your handicap, getting some sun, and mingling with colleagues! Join us Monday, June 10th for a day on the links in support of the SEAoNY Education Foundation.
Proceeds from the golf outing provide scholarships for students who are chosen by that year's Honorary SEAoNY Member. This past year, scholarships were awarded to Colin McGrane and Lucas Schmotzer, who are both students at Manhattan College.
In addition, each year the Education Foundation provides a scholarship to a high school senior from the Urban Assembly School for Design and Construction to support them as they go on to represent our industry and become leaders in promoting our profession. Last year's scholarship winners were Petrica Forcos and Angel Martinez.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Scramble Format (great for novice golfers)
Shotgun Start - Please note, start times have changed.
Cocktails & hors d’oeuvres
Dinner buffet, silent auction, awards, raffles
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