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Structural Engineers Association of Northern California (SEAONC)

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About Us

We value:

● Structural engineering excellence
● Collaboration with other like-minded organizations
● Promotion of the structural engineering profession to the public
● Generation and dissemination of structural engineering knowledge
● Equity and engagement within the profession
● Openness and accessibility within our organization
● Collegiality and integrity within our profession
● Inspiring future generations of structural engineers

Organization Mission

Mission: To advance the practice of structural engineering, to build community among our members, and to educate the public regarding the structural engineering profession.

Vision: A world in which structural engineers are valued by the public for their contributions to building a safer and stronger community.

Organization Size

1000+ employees

Year Founded

1930

Services Provided

Dedicated to the development of Structural Engineering as a profession, science and art in addition to being an advocate for public safety.

Professional association

Licensed Professional Engineer(s) in house?

Yes

This is Our Story...

Throughout its history SEAONC has assisted local, State and Federal agencies on a number of matters pertaining to Structural Engineering. As SEAONC evolved, its members and officers took an increasingly active role in legislative matters affecting the profession.

Since the 1940's members have maintained direct involvement in the development of building code provisions, especially those dealing in earthquake-resistant design, by reviewing, writing and updating the Uniform Building Code, the San Francisco and Los Angeles Building Codes and various industry-sponsored code recommendations.

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