SEAOG GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS
Carbon Nanotube Concrete Admixtures
Post Installed Anchors
Concrete Repair and Strengthening
SunTrust Park Case Study
What Your Fabricator Wishes You Knew About HSS
Hartsfield-Jackson Landside Modernization
An Introduction of CRSI/Building Value and Voided Slabs
Meetings are held at
Registration begins at 6:00 pm, dinner at 6:30 pm. The program time is 6:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
A certificate for one PDH will be provided.
Cost is $30 for members, $40 for non-members, $20 for full-tme students.
PLEASE NOTIFY IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND.
Program: Supplementary Cementing Materials
Speaker: Scott Kelley - Technical Services / Quality Control Manager for Lehigh Cement Company / South Region.
I have been in the Ready Mix Concrete and Cement Industry for approximately 18 years. I've been involved in numerous large, high specification projects with Army Corp of Engineers, Power Companies, and Government Entities.
I have participated in most aspects of the concrete business from operations, batching, and analysis. But my passion is in the quality control side of concrete with emphasis on mix design proportioning, raw materials, data analysis, and resolving issues. When I'm not elbow deep concrete I enjoy fishing and spending time with my wife and 3 children.
Directions: The meeting will be held in Building X in the Executive Dining Room underneath Stingers Restaurant. Please park in the "P60" parking garage, on the 3rd floor and above
The Georgia Chapter ACI hosts monthly luncheon meetings throughout the year. Luncheons are an opportunity to network with your peers, earn Professional Development Hours and further your industry knowledge.
11:30 am - Registration
12:00 noon - Luncheon
*Walk-Ins will be charged $45.00
Please register by Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Fernbank Engineering Day
Saturday, April 14, 2018 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Volunteer opportunity to help celebrate all things engineering! SEAOG will have a table set up at the Fernbank Engineering Day with activities and demonstrations to teach children of all ages about structural engineering. To volunteer or for more information please email Abby Caballero.
Southeast Wood Solutions Fair, April 25, 2018 | Georgia International Convention Center, Atlanta, GA | 6 AIA/CES HSW LUs, 6 PDH credits or 0.6 ICC credits. | Register here.
With a full day of seminars and a trade exposition, the 2018 Southeast Wood Solutions Fair will pack an informational punch for architects, engineers, developers, code officials and everyone interested in wood's exciting design possibilities. Register today if you'd like access to wood design experts for one-on-one support, informative seminars, technical information from manufacturers, engineering consultants and industry associations, and exhibits featuring a wide range of structural and finishing products.
Session topics include, among others:
- Better, Faster, Safer: Experiences of a Tall Timber Builder
Jeff Morrow, Lendlease
- Higher Education Facilities in Focus: The Versatile Nature of Mass Timber Construction
Tom S Chung AIA LEED BD+C, Leers Weinzapfel Associates
- Why Acoustics Matter: Demystifying Noise Control in Buildings
Randy D. Waldeck, PE, LEED AP, CSDA Design Group
- Lateral Design Considerations for Mid-Rise Wood Structures
Terry Malone, PE, SE, WoodWorks
- Shaft Wall Solutions for Wood-Frame Structures
Ricky McLain, PE, SE, WoodWorks
- The T3 Sequel: Applying Lessons Learned, Advancing Mass Timber and Improving LCA
Leif Johnson, PE, SE, LEED AP, Magnusson Klemencic Associates
- Timber-Frame Design: Structural Timber as an Architectural Feature
Jim DeStefano, PE, AIA, FSEI, DeStefano & Chamberlain
Click here for a full list of sessions, descriptions and speaker bios.
On-site check-in: 7:30 am
Fair begins: 8:00 am
Fair concludes: 5:00 pm
Early-bird price is $120 through March 28, then $150. Includes lunch
We are extending a discount to the SEA of Georgia of 20% off the registration price. By using the code SEWSFASSOC members of SEAOG can register through March 28th for $96 (vs $120 without the code) and after March 28th for $120 (vs $150 without the discount).
For questions, contact Mary Schramka
Hosted by WoodWorks - Wood Products Council
Be Prepared to help in a disaster.
Come join us for an all-day Disaster Assessment training course.
- Wednesday May 09th, 2018;
Registration 7:30 am 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
- Gwinnett Department of Water Resources
- 684 Winder Highway,
- Lawrenceville, Ga. 30045
- Large Training Room 1st floor
- Cost $120.00 (includes training material and ATC handbook 20-1 and 45)
- 1 hour lunch will be on your own. 7.0 AIA CEU credits available
- No door registration will be available, you must pre-register.
Anyone is invited to attend, but in order to be registered with California Emergency Management Agency (CalEMA) Safety Assessment Program (SAP) you must be a Building Official, Building Inspector, Registered Architect or Registered Engineer (see full list below):
Cal OES Safety Assessment Program Approved Licenses & Certifications
Card Designation Prof. License/Cert Agency
Architect, Any state
Civil Engineer Civil Engineer, Any state
Structural Engineer Structural Engineer, Any state
Geotechnical Engineer Geotechnical Engineer, Any state
Engineering Geologist Engineering Geologist, Any state
Building Inspector DSA School Construction CA DGS/ DSA Inspector, Classes 1 & 2
Building Inspector OSHPD Hospital Inspector CA OSHPD Class A
Building Inspector Registered Const. Insp. Div. II ACIA
Building Inspector Building Inspector ICC
Building Inspector Combination Inspector ICC
Building Inspector Combination Dwelling Inspector ICC
Building Inspector Commercial Building Inspector ICC
Building Inspector Residential Building Inspector ICC
Building Inspector Residential Combination Inspector ICC
Building Inspector Building Plans Examiner ICC
Building Inspector Combination Plans Examiner ICC
Building Inspector Building Code Official ICC
Building Inspector Certified Building Official ICC
Building Inspector Master Code Professional ICC
Public Works Inspector Registered Const. Insp. Div. IV ACIA
Public Works Inspector Construction Inspector City of Los Angeles
New Night School Course on the Seismic Design of a Low-Rise Building Begins February 5th!
Deeply discounted 2nd Edition Seismic Desighn Manuals offered to all registrants!
School 16: Seismic Design in Steel - Concepts and Examples
Presented by Rafael Sabelli
Sessions will take place on Monday nights, 7 p.m. Eastern.
based on the 2010 Seismic Provisions and Seismic Design Manual,
2nd Ed., is intended to provide engineers with guidance so that they are ready
to apply the AISC seismic design requirements correctly and efficiently on typical
projects in regions of moderate or high seismicity. The course includes conceptual
treatment of the principles of seismic design so that engineers understand the
intent and basis of the AISC requirements. It also includes a long design example
that provides more specific guidance on the application to the design of a low-rise
building. The example will be extrapolated from the Seismic Design Manual.
||Seismic Design Concepts - Course Introduction|
||Seismic Design Concepts - Moment Frames|
||Seismic Design Concepts - Braced Frames|
||Seismic Design Concepts - Design|
||Application - Design Example Setup|
||Application - Building Analysis/Diaphragms|
||Application - Moment Frames|
||Application - Braced Frames|
Registration, pricing and PDH information can be
Learn more about AISC Live
Webinars and Night School and register today!