Welcome to the Structural Engineers Association of Wisconsin (SEA-WI). SEA-WI was formed in 2009 to enhance the profession of structural engineering in the state of Wisconsin. SEA-WI’s goal is to join together all Wisconsin structural engineers and to address common concerns of the profession.

SEA-WI Board of Director Elections

SEA Wisconsin recently elected individuals for the following positions on the SEAWI Board of Directors:

President Elect: Chris Bolle, Strand Associates, Inc.

Treasurer: David Rice, Strand Associates, Inc.

Secretary: Meghan Scanlan, Performa, Inc.

SE Regional Director: Alan Rentmeester, Spire Engineering

SW Regional Director: vacant

Board members began serving their terms in July of 2016.
Congratulations, and we look forward to seeing what you all bring to our organization!

 

Upcoming Events:

Recent Events:

 2016 SEAWI Fall Technical Conference (November 4, 2016) 
The 2016 Fall Technical Conference was hosted in Madison, WI, this year and included presentations on ACI 318-14 Reorganization & Updates and International Pro-Bono Structural Engineering. There was also the presentation of the SEAWI Excellence in Wisconsin Engineering Awards, as well as a tour of the Anchor Bank renovation and new construction in Capitol Square, Madison. See the photos from this event here.

The 2016 SEA-WI Excellence in Wisconsin Engineering Award winners include:
RA Smith National & Spancrete, Highland Manor Community Safe Room
Highland Manor Community Safe Room 
Performa Architects+Engineers, One Menasha Center
One Menasha Center

 2016 SEA-WI Spring Technical Conference (April 22, 2016)
SEA-WI’s 6th Annual Spring Technical Conference in Pewaukee, WI, was a great success this year! We had our largest attendance ever - topping out at 90 structural engineers from across Wisconsin, as well as 8 structural-industry vendors. International Code Council Senior Staff Engineer Sandra Hyde traveled to Wisconsin to overview IBC 2015 changes, which helped prepare structural engineers for the upcoming 2017 Wisconsin Code change. Robert Schmitz presented on his passion of fabric-formed concrete and updated us on innovations in the scholastic concrete industry. Also, with it being a Wisconsin Professional Engineering license-renewal year, we had Blake Wentz of MSOE give a very informative and entertaining presentation on engineering ethics. This was Wisconsin’s largest structural engineering-focused conference that offered a total of 6 PDH’s, exhibitor displays, national presentations, networking, and we even drew for a code book door prize!  See the photos from this event here    

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