National Council of Structural Engineers Associations

The National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) is a professional association in the United States, with member organizations in 44 states.[1] NCSEA was established in 1993.[2] As of 2003, NCSEA represented 12,000 individual engineers, who are members of local state associations.[2]

National Council of Structural Engineers Associations
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AbbreviationNCSEA
Established1993
TypeStructural engineering professional association
PurposeNCSEA, in partnership with its Member Organizations, supports practicing structural engineers to be highly qualified professionals and successful leaders.
Region served
United States of America
Services
  • Professional membership
  • Find An Engineer
  • Magazine
  • Library
Membership
12,000
  • Susan Jorgensen, President
  • Emily Guglielmo, Vice President
  • David Horos, Secretary
  • Ed Quesenberry, Treasurer
  • Richard Boggs, Director
  • Paul Rielly, Director
  • Eli Gottlieb, Director
  • Ryan Kersting, Director
  • Jon Schmidt, Past President
Websitehttp://www.ncsea.com/

NCSEA advances the practice of structural engineering and, as the national voice for practicing structural engineers, protects the public's right to safe, sustainable and cost effective buildings, bridges and other structures. It was formed to constantly improve the level of standard of practice of the structural engineering profession throughout the United States, and to provide an identifiable resource for those needing communication with the profession. NCSEA serves the needs of the structural engineering profession, its clientele, and ...Architects, Building Code and Enforcement Authorities, Construction Industry, Owners, Developers, Public Building Agencies, Disaster Response Organizations, Licensing and Registration Boards, Legislatures and Regulatory Agencies, Structural Material Trade Groups, Public News Media, Professional and Trade Organizations, and Engineering Societies.

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  1. ^ "About SEAoNY". Structural Engineers Association of New York. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-08-21.
  2. ^ a b Post, Nadine M. (February 10, 2003). "Structural Engineering Groups Cooperate to Build Strength". Engineering New Record.

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