SEAoNY

Structural Engineers Association of New York


Upcoming events

    • 12 Apr 2022
    • 03 Jun 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • New York City
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    Call for Submissions!

    2022 SEAoNY 

    Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards

    It's that time again! Entry for the 2022 SEAoNY

    Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards is now OPEN!

    All entries must be received no later than

    DEADLINE EXTENDED: 5:00 PM EST on Friday, June 3rd, 2022

    We are back in person!

    All awards, including Engineers' Choice, will be presented at the

    Annual Boat Cruise and EiSE Awards Presentation 

    The Awards will recognize the best of creative achievement and innovation in structural engineering by New York State firms in three categories, plus a new category recognizing a rising and young engineer. Five awards will be awarded during the EiSE Awards Event:

    1. New Buildings

    (up to 9 finalists, up to 3 awards)

    2.  Forensic Analysis/ Renovation / Retrofit / Rehabilitation of Structures 

    (up to 3 finalists, 1 award)

    3. Other Structures

    (up to 3 finalists, 1 award)

    4. Young Engineer of the Year (For more information and Entry form download this file 2022 SEAoNY Young Engineer Of The Year - Call for Entries.docx)

    5. Engineers' Choice 

    For further details download the Call for Entries here. 

    For multiple entries feel free to email admin@seaony.org to request an invoice

    For Sustaining Members Entry Comp Code please email admin@seaony.org 



    • 26 May 2022
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Old Onondaga County Savings Bank 101 S Salina St, Syracuse, NY 13202
    • 45
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    Upstate Chapter of SEAoNY:

    Site Tour – Onondaga County Savings Bank Building

    Thursday May 26, 2022

    4:00PM - 6:00PM

    Old Onondaga County Savings Bank

    101 S Salina St, Syracuse, NY 13202 


    This event will tour the historic Onondaga County Savings Bank Building and conclude with a happy hour at Maxwells. The 10-story building, originally constructed in 1897, features ornate details with murals depicting Syracuse’s early history. It most recently served as M&T Bank’s downtown branch and is currently being converted into apartments and event space.


    STEEL-TOE BOOTS, HARD HATS, SAFETY VESTS, AND SAFETY GLASSES ARE REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TOUR AND WILL NOT BE PROVIDED BY SEAONY.