|SPECIAL INSPECTION FORMS AVAILABLE FROM SEAOG
Are you looking for forms that can be used for special inspections on your projects? Our April 2013 SE University session focused on special inspections, and speaker Otto Schwarz provided links for forms that have been created by Structural Engineers Association of Georgia (SEAOG) to provide a framework for special inspections...read more
|RIGID DIAPHRAGM EFFECTS IN ANALYSIS SOFTWARE
Have you ever received unexpected results while performing a lateral analysis using rigid diaphragms in structural analysis software? In the December 2012 and February 2013 issues of Structural Engineer magazine, the effects of rigid diaphragms were discussed, including axial load (or lack thereof) in beams, and how the introduction of frames at lower levels affects load distribution.
|STATES WITH UPCOMING LICENSE RENEWALS
There are a number of states with license renewals due by September 30th.
Kentucky (June 30th, Last Names A-K)
Louisiana (September 30th, Varies)
Oregon (June 30th, Last Names G-K)
Pennsylvania (September 30th, All Engineers)
Rhode Island (June 30th, Varies)
In addition to the states listed above, there are other states that may require renewal based on your initial date of licensure or other rules for that state. Please check your license information to confirm your renewal dates.
For more information about license renewal, please visit our Continuing Education Requirements by State page, where you can click on states in which you are licensed to see the license renewal date, as well as the continuing education requirements for that state. If you would like a complete summary of all 50 states, a PDF file is available for download below the map. This option can also be selected if you are viewing the page from a mobile device.
We hope that you find this information beneficial. If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Willard.
|UPCOMING SE UNIVERSITY SESSION: MAY 8th
Our next SE University session will be held on May 8th, when we welcome J. Paul Guyer for a two-hour ethics session focused on a case study of the Kansas City Hyatt Hotel Collapse. This session will be held from 12:30 - 2:30 pm EDT, and will allow most engineers to earn their required Ethics continuing education hours in just one session.
Handouts and registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, May 3, 2013.
To learn more about subscribing to SE University, please contact Lisa Willard at (805) 482-8436, or by email.