Calendar of Events

Upcoming SEABC and Industry Events

Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Multi-Unit Wood-Frame Buildings with Weak First Stories (FEMA P-807)

Presented by Applied Technology Council

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Wharf Rehabilitation

Presented by Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

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Building Smart with Site and Foundation Drainage

Presented by BC Housing

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2018 Annual ACI BC Chapter Spring Seminar

Presented by American Concrete Institute - BC Chapter

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Master of Engineering Leadership - Open House

Presented by Faculty of Applied Science, The University of British Columbia

More information.


Certificate in Structural Engineering Program

The September 2018 Term will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays between September 11 and December 6. Courses will be held at UBC Robson Square, Vancouver, as well asĀ via live webcast.

Courses:

  • C1 Analytical Methods in Structural Engineering
  • C5 Conceptual Design of Building Systems
  • E10 Structural Analysis Fundamentals: A Refresher
  • E25 Structural Health Monitoring

More information

Contact Us

Contact SEABC

The SEABC is a non-profit society, and does not maintain a business office. As such, all contact is via email or voicemail at our telephone number.

Primary Points of Contact

  • Toll-free phone: +1-85558-SEABC
    (+1-855-587-3222)
  • Toll-free fax: +1-85558-SEABC
  • Membership: membership(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)seabc.ca
  • Seminars: seminars(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)seabc.ca
  • CSE Program courses: courses(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)seabc.ca
  • General inquiries: info(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)seabc.ca

Please see the SEABC contact page for a more extensive list of contacts.

Looking for an Engineer?

If you are looking for a structural engineer for a project, please see our Directory of Structural Firms or consult the Yellow Pages.

If you are looking for the contact details of a specific individual member of the SEABC, please see the Engineers and Geoscientists BC Membership Directory.

(The Canadian Privacy Act prohibits the SEABC from releasing private information of members; members that choose to make their contact details visible to the public may do so on the EGBC website.)