We are shaking it up for our September presentations (pun intended). We have rock star Emily Guglielmo, SE, PD, SEI and NCSEA President. She never sleeps. This is two one hour sessions. Sept. 17th and 24th. Noon to 1:00 each day.
This session will provide an introduction to seismic design methodology and approaches used in ASCE 7. It will focus on ASCE 7/ IBC seismic provisions that are often misunderstood or incorrectly applied by the practicing structural engineer. Key topics will include: Redundancy (ρ), R, Cd and Ωo, horizontal and vertical lateral force resisting system combinations, and irregularities. Each topic will include references to lessons learned from past earthquakes, code provisions, suggestions to simplify, and sample problems. Register on line www.seaoal.com
P.S. Unlicensed engineers are free!
If you just love an interesting story, this webinar is for you! SEAoAL and KELLER (Formerly Hayward Baker) have partnered with the ACFA to share the investigation, design & stabilization of the Pointe du Hoc Cliff in Normandy, France. This was an important site during the Normandy landings on D-Day. This project was commissioned by the American Battle Monuments Commission and investigated by Texas A&M University.
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Do you need PDH’s?!
If so, check out our platinum sponsor, Alabama Concrete Industries Association’s webinar this Thursday, April 30th from 11 am – 12 pm. This topic will focus on the performance and specification of Portland limestone cement for concrete. 1 PDH will be provided for the event and certificates will be emailed following the program.
This discussion will be led by Bill Goodloe, Director of Technical Services at Cemex. Bill has over 32 years in the concrete and cement business included the last 22 with Cemex. The program will explore the differences between Portland limestone cement PLC and traditional Portland cement, and the impact specification of PLC will have on the performance in place concrete
Register today by following the link below:
Due to the state of emergency surrounding the Coronavirus, we are canceling our 2020 Spring Seminar. We love our members and do not want to put their safety and well being at risk! If you registered for the spring seminar, you can recieve a full refund or use it as a credit for the next SEAoAL event.
Please practice social distance and remember while you may not be at a high risk to catch Coronavirus, you could put others at risk. Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.
It is our pleasure to announce the availability of the 2020 Structural Engineers Association of Alabama’s (SEAoAL) scholarship application. The scholarship program was founded in 2014 to benefit the future structural engineers in our state, and we have since distributed more than $20,000 in scholarships to several Alabama students.
Scholarships are available for students who are both residents of Alabama and fall into one of the following categories:
Information and applications can be found online at www.seaoal.com or by clicking on the link below. Applications are to be postmarked no later than March 2nd, 2019.
Click here to review the 2020 Scholarship Application.
For any questions, please contact Executive Director, Rhea Williams at 205-601-2345 or by email at email@example.com.
CASE, NCSEA, and SEI are united in envisioning a future where, as stewards of the built environment, structural engineers are widely recognized as making key contributions to the advancement of society on a national and global scale.
Join us on October 17th, 2019 for the 24th Annual ACFA Golf Tournament Sponsored by The Prewitt Group!
The Annual ACFA Golf Tournament is held at Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail every October. All proceeds benefit the ACFA’s educational programs & student scholarships. We have awarded $91,750 in scholarships since 2007. The mission of the Alabama Center for Architecture is to advance the enjoyment of architecture and design through engagement, education and collaboration.
Thursday, October 17th, 2019
Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Oxmoor Valley 100 Sunbelt Parkway Birmingham, AL 35211
10:00am - 11:30am - Registration
10:00 am - Driving Range: Free Range Balls
10:30am - 12:00pm - Box Lunch
12:00pm - Shotgun Start
5:00 - 7:00 pm - BBQ Dinner, Awards, and Door Prizes, plus Live Music!
$150 per person | $580 per team of four
Make Checks payable to: Alabama Center for Architecture Golf Tournament
Address for ACFA: 109 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd South Birmingham, AL 35233
All playing spots include 3 mulligans per player, green fees, cart with baggage service before play, range balls, lunch, and dinner.
Don't Golf? Beer, Balls, & BBQ
5:00-7:00 PM at the clubhouse $30 per person, includes food, drinks, & live music!
Sponsorship: Due October 9th, 2019
To pay for a sponsorship or a team, follow the link provided: https://squ.re/2nUFzdw
$400 Hole Sponsor
$500 Drink Cart Sponsor
$500 Meal Sponsor
$350 Music Sponsor
Please contact Rhea Williams, Executive Director or Katie Parker, Executive Assistant with questions.
Alabama Center for Architecture
This program will last from 8am - 4pm
A Day of Concrete Knowledge is designed to provide valuable education programs on concrete topics. This full-day seminar provides 8 hours of AIA approved HSW LU & engineering PDH credits. Certificates will be issued to both architects and engineers.
There is a fee of $30 to attend. All proceeds go to the Alabama Concrete Industries Foundation (ACIF). The ACIF yearly awards two $8,000 scholarships to students enrolled in architecture, engineering, or building sciences at one of Alabama’s universities. Payments can me made online or the day of class.
Join us for the 2019 ACFA Awards Ceremony on July 16 at The Club, Inc., which recognizes scholarship winners and newly licensed architects. The luncheon will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tickets include a delicious meal and a lecture from Craig Lewis, FAICP, LEED, AP, CNU-A.
Craig Lewis will be speaking about the City of Birmingham Master Plan in a presentation titled, Downtown Vibrancy – Let’s Walk One More Block Together. According to Lewis, "Downtowns are the heart and soul of our communities. Density and connection are critical ingredients, but so are the details that enliven the human experience. Equity also plays a major role in ensuring that everyone feels welcome & can leverage their own opportunities. Using the recent City Center Birmingham Master Plan, this presentation presents the key elements for lively & walk-able places, including the latest market & demographic trends to empower the next generation of designers."
2020 Platinum Sponsors
Alabama Concrete Industries Association
Alabama Professional Services
Parrot Structural Services, LLC.
The Prewitt Group
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