Calendar of Events

Upcoming SEABC and Industry Events

ACEC-BC Breakfast Seminar: Safety by Design

Presented by Association of Consulting Engineering Companies British Columbia

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Reducing the Risks of Nonstructural Earthquake Damage - A Practical Guide (FEMA E-74)

Presented by Applied Technology Council

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Young Professionals Trivia Night

Presented by Association of Consulting Engineers Canada and SEABC YMG

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21st Century Construction - Integrated Project Delivery, Prefabrication and Net Zero

Presented by Wood WORKS!

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Earthquake Risk Modeling in Canada - From Knowledge to Action

Presented by Geological Survey of Canada, the UBC Earthquake Engineering Research Facility and the GEM Foundation

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Certificate in Structural Engineering Program

The January 2018 Term will run from January 9 to April 5. Courses will be held at UBC Robson Square, Vancouver, as well asĀ via live webcast.

Current Term Courses:

  • C4-2 Advanced Concepts in Earthquake Engineering and Seismicity
  • C54 Seismic Bridge Analysis for Force-Based & Performance-Based Design
  • E12 Design of Steel Structures for Seismic Resistance
  • E15 Applications of Dynamic Analysis for Seismic Design of Structures

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

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.)