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Moore, Jr. Award, Walter P.

This award is given annually in recognition of a structural engineer who has demonstrated technical expertise in, and dedication to, the development of structural codes and standards. Membership in SEI/ASCE is not required. Nominations are due to SEI by November 1 of each year.

Award

The Walter P. Moore, Jr. Award was established in 1998 by the Structural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers to honor Walter P. Moore, Jr. in recognition of his dedication to and technical expertise in the development of structural codes and standards. The award consists of a plaque presented at the Structure Congress.

Criteria

I. The award is made annually to a structural engineer who has demonstrated technical expertise in and dedication to the development of structural codes and standards. The contribution may have been in the form of papers, presentations, extensive practical experience, research, committee participation or through other activities.

II. Not more than one award is made each year unless the achievement upon which the nomination is based is considered to be the joint achievement of more than one person.

III. Nominations may be submitted by anyone.

IV. The Executive Committee of the Codes and Standards Activities Division of SEI recommends the recipient, if any, to the Board of Governors of SEI for final action.

Award Recipients

Awards have been made as follows:

1999   Richard D. Marshall
2000   Bruce R. Ellingwood
2002   James R. Harris
2003   Fred Moses
2004   Theodore Galambos
2005   H.S. Lew
2006   Lawrence G. Griffis
2007   Robert E. Bachman
2008   Kishor Mehta
2009   Clarkson Pinkham
2010   John Kulicki
2011   Michael O’Rourke
2012   Don Dusenberry
2013   S. K. Ghosh
2014   Ron Hamburger

Nomination Deadline

Submit a nomination online by November 1.