61 years of
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The purpose of the Association is to provide a forum for its members to exchange ideas on professional and business practice. The goals of this Association are to protect the safety and other interests of the public, maintain high professional standards, safeguard and improve the practice of structural engineering, improve business relationships with clients and, when needed, provide criteria and support for legislation or governmental regulations pertaining to the practice of structural engineering.

61 years of
Experiences

The purpose of the Association is to provide a forum for its members to exchange ideas on professional and business practice. The goals of this Association are to protect the safety and other interests of the public, maintain high professional standards, safeguard and improve the practice of structural engineering, improve business relationships with clients and, when needed, provide criteria and support for legislation or governmental regulations pertaining to the practice of structural engineering.

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NOVEMBER 20, 2019

Location: Babson College
Time: 5:30pm-9pm
Event: Dinner/Meeting

Join us for a night of continuing education at Babson College in Wellesley

Define a Structural Engineer

A Structural Engineer is an individual who is knowledgeable about structure (buildings, towers, bridges, boats, airplanes, space craft, etc.). They provide design, analysis and inspection of structures using calculations based on applied loads and strengths of materials.

The Structural Engineer is bound by the governing building codes and sound engineering principles to assure a structures integrity for the safety of the general public. Structural engineers are licensed by each individual state in which they practice and cannot legally be called structural engineers without being licensed. Although not required by law, they usually carry errors and omissions insurance to cover mistakes in their work.

Define a Structural Engineer

A Structural Engineer is an individual who is knowledgeable about structure (buildings, towers, bridges, boats, airplanes, space craft, etc.). They provide design, analysis and inspection of structures using calculations based on applied loads and strengths of materials.

The Structural Engineer is bound by the governing building codes and sound engineering principles to assure a structures integrity for the safety of the general public. Structural engineers are licensed by each individual state in which they practice and cannot legally be called structural engineers without being licensed. Although not required by law, they usually carry errors and omissions insurance to cover mistakes in their work.