SEAoT STATE CONFERENCE - OCTOBER 22-23, 2015
The SEAoT 2015 State Conference will be held in Houston October 22-23, 2015 at the Hilton North Hotel.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE TECHNICAL PROGRAM. Or click on the icon to the right to see the full Advance Program.
A technically strong program has been structured for 2015, and Structural Engineers in Texas are encouraged to take advantage of this annual symposium. In additon to eleven technical sessions, there will be a Icebreaker Reception, Golf Tournament. Companion's program and over 40 vendors and exhibitors.
This is an excellent and affordable annual event, well-attended by Structural Engineers and vendors from across Texas. Please register early!
Vendors and Exhibitors - Book your space now! Only $900.00, which includes two full conference passes.
REPEAL OF $200 PROFESSIONAL FEE - The legislature of Texas has repealed the long-standing $200 Professional Fee for Professional Engineers. Effective September 1, 2015, licensed Professional Engineers will no longer pay the $200 Professional Fee associated with license renewals, new PE licenses or reactivation of licenses in inactive status. More information at http://engineers.texas.gov/
SEAoT Journal - Fall Issue Published!
Please check out the latest SEAoT State Journal. Please remember to visit our supporting vendors websites by clicking on their advertisements.
Key articles in this issue include:
- HDPE Drainboards in Gotthard Railway Tunnels
- Remembering the World Trade Center
- State Conference
- Seismic Activity in Texas
- Member News
... and more
To view the State Journal as a FLIP BOOK, click on the image to the right. (Best option for online reading)
To view the State Journal in standard PDF format, click here
(Best option for printing- but the file is large!)
Proposed Texas Windstorm Legislation - click here to view the draft proposal
Keep in Touch
You do not have to be a SEAoT member to receive regular updates and emails about the Association and its activity (though you are always welcome to join!). Click here to add your name to our electronic database.
ICC codes are now available online free of charge. Click here ( or got to: http://www.iccsafe.org/content/pages/freeresources.aspx) and select International Codes from the drop down.
The Structural Engineers Association
of Texas (SEAoT), the largest and most active Association of registered
structural engineers and allied professionals in Texas, is a non-profit
organization founded in 1983 for the benefit of the structural engineering
community, including structural engineers, university faculty members,
students, and associates involved in the design, fabrication and
construction of structures.
Chapters Across Texas
The Association has seven active chapters - Austin,
Corpus Christi, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston/Gulf Coast,
Dallas and San Antonio. Chapters
hold regular meetings at which topics of professional interest are
presented and discussed. In addition, the Association holds an annual
two-day Conference in the Fall. SEAoT members and other structural
engineers are welcome at these meetings.
Membership offers numerous
benefits to professional structural engineers, as well as the associated
engineering professions, engineering companies, contractors, university
professors, and engineering students. Professional presentations,
technical publications, forums, conferences, advisory meetings with
the State Board of Registered Professional Engineers, and personal
interaction keeps SEAoT members abreast of professional developments,
new technology, legislative issues, changes in code standards and
SEAoT can really help you meet the Texas Board of
Professional Engineers' license renewal requirements under which
PEs are required to accumulate 15 hours of professional
development hours (PDHs).
As a SEAoT member you will have ample opportunity to meet these
requirements.If you are not yet a member of SEAoT, please consider
joining. If you would like to be added to our electronic database,
please click here.
The State Board, headquartered
in Austin, meets quarterly and coordinates the Association's activities.
The board consists of elected members and representatives from each