Organized within five divisions and at the Board level, more than 100 SEI committees produce SEI programs, publications, conferences, and continuing education.
SEI has five divisions:
Without the hard work and dedication of committee members, SEI would not be able to fulfill its mission to advance the profession.
To join a committee, first verify in which division the committee resides, then complete the application form for that division.
Board-level committees are created by the SEI Board of Governors to serve unique needs of the Board.
Join a Board-Level Committee
BPAD committees promote change in business and professional development issues unique to the structural engineering profession. Its committees are under the direction of the BPAD Executive Committee.
Join a Business & Professional Activities Committee
CSAD committees develop and maintain leading design standards that are used worldwide. The CSAD Executive Committee manages 28 committees with 20 subcommittees.
Join a Codes & Standards Committee
GAD Executive Committee is seeking individuals interested in working with them on new global initiatives and programs.
Learn more about GAD
LAD committees and local groups serve the needs of local SEI local members. The Local Activities Division is comprised of SEI Chapters and Structural Technical Groups (STGs) within ASCE Sections and Branches. To get involved, contact your Local Group.
Join a Local Activities Committee or a Local Group
TAD advances the profession with the dedicated work of its 72 technical committees that produce technical papers and publications, organize the annual Structures Congress, and produce the
Journal of Structural Engineering , the
Journal of Bridge Engineering , and the
Practice Periodical on Structural Design and Construction .
Join a Technical Activities Committee
Submit your Session or Abstract by June 5, 2017.
Submit your Abstract by September 12, 2017.
Current committee and subcommittee members can access the ASCE Collaborate community using the link below.
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