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Structural Engineers Association of New York

SEAoNY Annual Meeting 2022-2023

  • 22 Sep 2022
  • 5:15 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place
  • 46


2022-2023 SEAoNY Annual Meeting

Join us as we kick off the 2022-2023 Membership year!

Members only event. Registration is free for all SEAoNY members who have renewed for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. As a reminder, all SEAoNY memberships expire on August 31st yearly.  

SEAoNY will welcome the incoming Board of Directors, honor scholarship winners, and have a message from our 2023 Honorary Member, Timothy Lynch, P.E.

SEAoNY 2022 Annual Meeting Agenda (Tentative)

5:15pm - 5:55pm Registration and Social Reception

5:55pm Opening Remarks – Eugene Kim, P.E.

6:00pm Committee Reports

7:25pm Honorary Member: Timothy Lynch, P.E.

7:35pm Scholarship Awards – Eugene Kim, P.E.

7:40pm Incoming President Closing Remarks – Erik Madsen, P.E.

7:45pm Raffle Drawing & Giveaway 

Timothy Lynch, PE is a NYS licensed Professional Engineer with over 35 years of engineering experience. Up to June of 2022, Mr. Lynch served as the Chief Enforcement Engineer for the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB). Since 2005, Mr Lynch has served with the DOB in a number of titles, working on all types of field and engineering evaluation issues related to the public safety of NYC’s 1.1M existing buildings. As a structural engineer, using all his years of experience, he has coordinated and attended DOB’s engineering responses for partial and full building collapses, and the immediate efforts required to make them safe using shoring campaigns, demolitions or short and long term repairs. Regular responses and management were daily tasks required to make buildings safe for occupants and the public when serious structural stability issues arose from construction accidents and errors, fires, and structural decay from weathering and wear and tear. The work also required responding to, managing and coordinating NYC’s response to major weather events such as hurricanes and large coastal storms. These can impact anywhere up to 100K of NYC’s buildings, in particular, family dwellings located in coastal areas as was the case with Superstorm Sandy. The emergency response work also extended to out of state deployments up and down the Atlantic seaboard, where NYC provided expert engineering help for building evaluations through its mutual aid programs.

Members only event. Please renew online by logging into your member profile. Membership dues will be collected on premises for all non-Member registrants. Renewing before the event will greatly help expedite check-in. Thank you!

Online registration will close at noon the day before (9/21).

Student and Young Members “Pre-meeting Prep”, 4:00-5:30pm, The Silman Room @ CFA

Students and young professionals are invited to join us for a special 1.5-hour event prior to this year’s annual meeting.  This is a great opportunity for first time attendees or new members to warm up ahead of the greater SEAoNY Annual Meeting. We will use this time for networking and give our Student Outreach Committee and Young Members Group a chance to share all we have in store for 2022-2023.  You do not need to be a member of the committees to attend.  Snacks and light refreshments will be provided.

All participants must register for the ‘regular’ annual meeting.

Center for Architecture requires proof of complete vaccination (for visitors 6 months and up) for entry. Face masks are encouraged for all visitors. Review our Health and Safety Protocol.



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