In this episode, we talk to Missy McMullen, Design Engineer at Lane Supply Inc., about barrier cables in parking garages, what they are, how they work, and how they can benefit the industry as we know it. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions We Ask Missy in This Episode: Tell us more about […]
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In this episode, we talk to Antonio Zaldívar de Alba, a teacher and research assistant at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He talks about wind engineering and provides three great benefits that students can get by joining ASCE’s Structural Engineering Institute (SEI). Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions We Ask Antonio Zaldívar […]
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In this episode of The Structural Engineering Channel Podcast, we talk to Prof. Dr. Olivier Vassart, Chief Executive Officer of Steligence at ArcelorMittal about fire engineering, his nomination as CEO of the Steligence business unit, and how Steligence can benefit the construction industry as we know it. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions […]
In this episode of The Structural Engineering Channel Podcast, we talk to Mostafa El-Mogy, Ph.D., P.Eng, an active researcher, passionate instructor, and highly talented structural engineer about the design of high-rise buildings. Mostafa also talks about the structural engineering profession and provides some great tips for aspiring structural engineers. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of […]
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In this episode of The Structural Engineering Channel podcast, we talk to Anne Ellis, a leader in the AEC industry, about the ASCE SEI Global Practice Guide. Anne provides five very important points that structural engineers should know about this guide. The Global Practice Guide, developed by and for the structural engineering community, highlights those […]
In episode 26 of The Structural Engineering Channel, we talk to Rose McClure PE, SE, LEED AP, a senior consulting engineer at Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. Rose talks about SE3, an NCSEA Committee that works to improve engagement and retention of structural engineers. She provides us with the latest updates on the SE3 2020 […]
In episode 25 of The Structural Engineering Podcast, we talk to Kayley Seawright, an aeromechanics structural analyst. Kayley talks about her career journey and provides some great advice to our listeners on how they should never give up on their dreams no matter how people may perceive them — and especially when people tell them […]
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In episode 24 of The Structural Engineering Channel podcast, Alexis Clark interviews her co-host, Mat Picardal. Mat hosts the very popular YouTube channel “Structural Engineering Life,” through which he promotes the structural engineering profession to engineering students who are not familiar with the industry perspective. In this episode, Mat talks to us about what he […]
In episode 23 of The Structural Engineering Channel Podcast, we talk to Stan R. Caldwell, P.E., SECB, a Structural Engineering Consultant who provides structural engineering consultation, primarily with respect to construction litigation. This is the second of a two-episode series. In the previous episode, Stan provided five tips for young structural engineers and in this […]
In episode 22 of The Structural Engineering Channel Podcast, we talk to Angie Fante, PE, SECB, LEED AP, who is the Principal and Chief Structural Engineer at Ballinger. Angie talks to us about a Structural Engineering City Walking Tour App that will be launching very soon and provide some valuable information on how you can […]
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In episode 21 of The Structural Engineering Channel podcast, we talk to Aimee Corn, PE, who is a civil and structural engineer at Gannett Fleming. Aimee will be talking to us about structural analysis using finite element modeling and hydropower dam inspections. She also talks about her career journey and shares some great tips on […]
In episode 20 of The Structural Engineering Channel podcast, we talk with Stan R. Caldwell, P.E., SECB, a structural engineering consultant who primarily consults on construction litigation. After almost 50 years of managing and mentoring dozens of young structural engineers, Stan has seen firsthand the various struggles that engineers face in building successful careers. This […]
In this episode of The Structural Engineering Channel podcast, we talk to Reed Brockman, Associate Vice President and Bridge and Tunnel Inspection Leader at AECOM. We discuss National Engineers Week (EWeek) and, more specifically, the importance of inspiring the youth of today to become more aware of engineering and the state of the infrastructure in […]
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Blast protection moved beyond military and conventional warfare as the frequency of terrorist and domestic attacks increased.
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If you know what your goals are and where you want to go, a mentor will help you get there quicker and help you become what you want to be.
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As BIM evolves into two groups, namely structural engineers and drafters, the groups need to start working closely together. When BIM tools get better, the BIM tools will link with structural analysis better.
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Practitioners, contractors and researchers should all work together to advance sustainability and resilience in our world. By spurring research through the Federal Government and industry support on the topics of sustainability and resilience pragmatic solutions will be developed.
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The NCSEA Summit is a structural engineering conference where professionals come together to share their experience and knowledge. It has sessions for engineers with different experience levels and from different industries; regardless of the industry that you’re in, you’ll get a really good overview it.
A combination of beams was used in the construction of the bridge, including HCB beams, CFRP and GFRP strands and stirrups, and FRP bars and strands. That is what makes this project unique: every element has some form of FRP composite.
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These tips will help you to prepare for that structural engineering career fair you are planning to visit and ensure that you make the most out of every moment, which in turn might just launch your engineering career.
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