Structural Engineers Association of New York
2019 AISC IDEAS2: Call for Entries
Show the great work your firm does in steel through entering the 2019 Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel (IDEAS2) Awards competition! Architectural and engineering firms, structural steel companies, general contractors and owners are encouraged to enter steel-framed building projects in the competition. Conducted annually by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), this awards program recognizes excellence and innovation in the use of structural steel on building projects across the country. The award is the highest honor bestowed on building projects by the U.S. structural steel industry.
"The IDEAS2 Awards is how we recognize the innovative and progressive ways that you use the versatility, utility and beauty of structural steel in your projects," said Charles J. Carter, SE, PE, PhD, AISC's president. "You amaze us every year and we look forward to another year of your incredible work."
Winning projects receive their awards at the project sites during special presentations to which the project team and local dignitaries will be invited. The winning projects will also be recognized at NASCC: The Steel Conference in St. Louis, April 3-5, 2019.
The IDEAS2 jury represents a cross-section of the structural steel design, fabrication and construction industries. Including a diverse panel helps the jury highlight steel solutions to the challenges designers and constructors face in all building types and sizes. Entries will be judged in three categories according to constructed value: Less than $15 million; $15 million to $75 million; and Greater than $75 million. There is also a category for sculptures, art installations and non-building structures.
For the full eligibility requirements, instruction on how to enter and access to the online entry form, please visit: www.aisc.org/ideas2
The deadline for entries is SteelDay, September 28, 2018
SEAoNY 2019 Honorary Member Guy Nordenson
Guy Nordenson is a practicing structural engineer, teacher and writer, and is active in coastal adaptation research and design. His research project and book On the Water | Palisade Bay (Hatje Cantz 2010) won the 2007 American Institute of Architects Latrobe Research Prize, and served as the basis for the 2010 Museum of Modern Art workshop and exhibition “Rising Currents.” With his firm Guy Nordenson and Associates, he was the engineer for the 2004 MoMA expansion in New York, the Fort Worth Kimbell Art Museum expansion, the National Museum of African American History and Culture superstructure in Washington DC, the Jubilee Church in Rome and over 200 other buildings. He was Commissioner and Secretary of the NYC Public Design Commission from 2006 to 2015 and is a member of the NYC Panel on Climate Change. His books also include Seven Structural Engineers (MoMA 2008), and Patterns and Structure and Reading Structures (Lars Muller, 2010 and 2016). In 2013 his team at Princeton was awarded a major grant by the Rockefeller Foundation to develop “Structures of Coastal Resilience” in collaboration with the US Army Corps of Engineers and teams from Harvard, City College of New York, and the University of Pennsylvania. He has taught at Columbia and MIT, and since 1995, is a professor of architecture and engineering at Princeton.
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NEW WEBSITE LAUNCHED TO INTEREST KIDS IN ENGINEERING CAREERS
Contact Rose E. Reichman
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 3, 2018—Those Amazing Professions Inc. (TAP) announces the launch of www.thoseamazingengineers.com, a website to inform young people about careers in engineering through real life examples of what engineers do and where they work. The site, particularly appropriate for middle school students who are at an age when they begin to think about careers, can be used with students in upper elementary and high school as well. The publicly available site was developed with a lead grant from The Thornton Tomasetti Foundation and with matching funds from The National Academy of Construction, the New York Building Foundation, and the Structural Engineers Association of New York.
The site will help students understand how their classroom science, technology, engineering and math programs (STEM) are relevant to actual career options that can help change the world. Information and video links illustrate the variety of engineering disciplines and professional opportunities, examples of places to work, and ideas on how to get started, as well as some of the latest and most innovative work being done by engineers today. For teachers, the site includes resources and suggested classroom activities to engage students and challenge their imagination.
The basis for the site is the highly touted book, Those Amazing Engineers, produced by Trilogy Publications LLC, with over 90,000 copies sold nationwide. Trilogy has donated the books and the copyright of Those Amazing Engineers to TAP. Rose Reichman, Executive Director of TAP, states “The digital version of Those Amazing Engineers builds on the success of the book and makes the content free to users and universally accessible. It also allows TAP to easily update and adapt the material in response to teacher and student feedback.”
Those Amazing Professions Inc. (TAP) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 whose mission is to educate young people about careers in underserved professions. The engineering website is its first initiative. For more information on the website and TAP, contact Rose Reichman, firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-816-1211/201-816-8904.
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NASCC: The Steel Conference
Incorporating the World Steel Bridge Symposium and the SSRC Annual Stability Conference
April 11 - 13, 2018
Baltimore Convention Center
Attendees can earn 16 PDH's
What is The Steel Conference?
NASCC: The Steel Conference is the premier educational and networking event for the structural steel industry. The Steel Conference offers more than 130 sessions on topics ranging from "Stiffeners, Doublers, Web Plates-Oh My!" to "10 Seismic Lessons from the Design of Large and Complex Structures" to a "Diagrid and Mega-Braced Structures-Stability and Design Approaches." The conference also offers an extensive trade show, featuring products ranging from structural design software to machinery for cutting steel beams, and plentiful networking opportunities.
What is the World Steel Bridge Symposium?
The World Steel Bridge Symposium (WSBS) brings together bridge design engineers, construction professionals, academics, transportation officials, fabricators, erectors and builders to discuss and learn state-of-the-art practices for enhancing steel bridge design, fabrication and construction techniques.
What is the SSRC Annual Stability Conference?
The Structural Stability Research Council's Annual Stability Conference has been held in conjunction with the Steel Conference since 2001. In addition to 13 sessions with more than 30 papers, the SSRC Conference includes the 2018 Beedle Award and MAJR Medal presentations.
How Many PDHs can I Earn?
The conference offers 16 PDHs plus an additional 4 PDHs if they attend the optional Tuesday short courses. AISC is a registered continuing education provider for the State of New York, and all PDH opportunities comply with the new New York State requirements.
What is the Registration Fee?
THE SOONER YOU REGISTER, THE MORE YOU SAVE! Registration prices increase each week. And varying registration types are available (e.g. AISC Member, student, Public Agency Employee). Visit the registration type to find your registration type and early bird discount to calculate your registration price.
Who can answer my questions?
Please feel free to contact the AISC New York Structural Steel Specialist at any time.
Jacinda Collins, PE, LEED Green Associate
(917) 846 - 9264
American Institute of Steel Construction, the National Steel Bridge Alliance , the Structural Stability Research Council, the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction, and the Mexican Institute of Steel Construction.
Learn about mass timber from the experts. Join us for a day-long symposium for architects, engineers, building owners and anyone interested in the exciting possibilities of mass timber building design.
Choose from 10 unique sessions that include case studies on some of the most innovative mass timber and heavy timber buildings in North America:
Presented by: Tom S Chung AIA LEED BD+C, Leers Weinzapfel Associates & Peggi Clouston, PEng, MASc, PhD, University of Massachusetts
Presented by: Amado Guevara III, AIA, DLR Group
Presented by: Tanya Luthi, PE, Fast + Epp
Presented by: Jeff Morrow, Lendlease
Presented by: Gregory R. Kingsley, PhD, PE, KL&A, Inc.
Attendees will have an opportunity to meet leading manufacturers and related suppliers at the industry exhibit showcase, as well as WoodWorks staff and other wood design experts.
$75 – Includes lunch
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CFSEI TO HOST WEBINAR ON THE STRUCTURAL ASPECT OF INTERIOR NONSTRUCTURAL COLD-FORMED STEEL FRAMING ON OCTOBER 26, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C., October 3, 2017—The Cold-Formed Steel Engineers Institute (CFSEI) will host a webinar on “The Structural Aspect of Interior Nonstructural Cold-Formed Steel Framing” on Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. ET. The webinar is designed for architects, engineers, building officials and contractors. Participants are eligible for 1.5 PDHs.
The webinar will review various interior nonstructural cold-formed steel framing for code-specified and engineered applications. Often, interior applications beyond ASTM installation standards are not thoroughly addressed in project contract documents. This webinar will assist building design professionals by highlighting code and industry standard limitations and illustrating which ones do not require analysis and which ones require additional engineering to determine proper member sizes and installation. The webinar will cover several topics, including:
The webinar will be conducted by Randy Kuss, Project Manager at ClarkDietrich Engineering Services, LLC. Randy has more than 25 years of experience in both structural and nonstructural cold-formed steel framing, ranging from basic interior partition installation requirements to complex architectural feature framing. His current responsibilities include engineering pricing, sales, design management, engineering design, detailing and field installation technical services for all aspects of structural and nonstructural cold-formed steel framing.
More information on the webinar and registration details are available at http://www.cfsei.org/.
The Cold-Formed Steel Engineers Institute comprises hundreds of structural engineers and other design professionals who are finding a better way to produce safe and efficient designs for commercial and residential structures with cold-formed steel. CFSEI members work together to develop and evolve industry standards and design methods, produce and issue technical bulletins, and provide seminars and online training to improve the knowledge and skills base of engineers and design professionals. For more information, visit http://www.cfsei.org/.
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