Contribute to the Future of Structural Engineering
"Structural Engineering is a profession, not a job. SEAW is where I see this distinction"
Tim Nordstrom, PE, SE Star Seismic
"I joined SEAW shortly after moving to Seattle from out of state and started to attend meetings regularly. I found this was a great way to meet colleagues and quickly found myself becoming more active within the Association."
Cale Ash, PE, SE Associate Principal Degenkolb Engineers
"SEAW is the professional organization that provides the best quality education, networking and code development opportunities of any professional engineering organization at an affordable price."
Jill Shuttleworth, PE, SE Meier Architecture • Engineering
GREAT REASONS TO BECOME AN SEAW MEMBER
Networking: SEAW has over 700 members; over half are registered SEs
Continuing Education: High quality seminars at a great price along with papers, regular meetings, and SE Refresher Course
Professional Contribution:Have an impact on the engineering community, codes and policies through committees and task groups
Code Influence:Strong tradition in engaging with and influencing local and national code committees
Community: Build strong relationships with your peers through meetings, volunteer opportunities, and regional conferences
Member SE: Registered structural engineer in the state of Washington and regularly engaged in the practice of structural engineering at the time of application.
Member PE: Registered professional engineer or architect licensed to practice in the state of Washington.
Associate:Graduate of an approved engineering school or college, and not yet licensed in the state of Washington.
Affiliate:Individual engaged in a profession which cooperates with structural engineers in the advancement of professional knowledge, practice and welfare.
Student: Individual currently enrolled full-time in an approved engineering program. (Student membership in SEAW is free.)
LOCAL CHAPTERS SEAW members belong to the statewide organization through a local chapter: