Upcoming Events

FEMA P-807-1, Guidance and Recommendations for the Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Multi-unit Wood-frame Buildings with Weak First Stories

Presented by Applied Technology Council (ATC)

This webinar on FEMA P-807-1, Guidance and Recommendations for the Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Multi-unit Wood-frame Buildings with Weak First Stories, will provide new insights into the seismic behavior of soft, weak, or open-front (SWOF) buildings and encourage improved practice in the design of retrofits. The webinar will summarize key findings from analytical studies and present engineering design recommendations for seismic retrofit ordinances based on these findings.

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2024 Annual General Meeting - Register Now

SEABC Event

Join fellow SEABC members for the Annual General Meeting, where we will report on and discuss the business of the Association, and elect the Board of Directors for 2024/2025.

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2024 Annual Dinner and Pinnacle Lecture - Register Now

SEABC Event

The President and Board of Directors of the Structural Engineers Association of British Columbia invite members and guests to the 2024 Annual Dinner and Pinnacle Lecture.  

Our keynote speaker is Konrad Merz. His talk is entitled “Timber Construction, Low Tec – High Touch“.  

Talk Description:
Hardly any other building material has such a positive image as wood. This is not primarily due to its properties, which are important to us as engineers, but rather to its aesthetic and tactile qualities and the fact that it accompanies us from cradle to grave in the form of objects such as toys, musical instruments and other everyday objects that we hold dear.

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Past SEABC Events

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