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Seminar: Updates to the Provisions of ASCE 7-16 & ASCE 41-17

Are you ready for the 2018 IBC and its newly updated standards?

The SEAW Education Committee is hosting an all-day seminar regarding the changes to ASCE 7-16 and ASCE 41-17 on Saturday September 28, 2019.

These two standards will be referenced in the 2018 IBC which is scheduled for adoption by the State of Washington on July 1st of 2020. The SEAW Education Committee is also planning a seminar on the changes in the 2018 IBC for the Spring of 2020 as a continuation to this seminar (date to be announced later).

The September seminar will cover:

  • ASCE 7-16 changes to:

    • Chapter 2 (Combinations of Loads)

    • Chapter 3 & 4 (Dead & Live Loads)

    • NEW Chapter 6 (Tsunami Loads)

    • Chapter 7 (Snow Loads)

    • Chapter 11 (Seismic Design Criteria)

    • Chapter 12 (Seismic Design Requirements for Building Structures)

    • Chapter 13 (Seismic Design Requirements for Non-Structural Components)

    • Chapter 15 (Seismic Design Requirement for Non-Building Structures)

    • Chapter 16 (Non-Linear Response History Analysis)

    • Chapter 21 (Site-Specific Ground Motion Procedures for Seismic Design)

    • Chapters 26 to 31 (Wind Loads)

  • ASCE 41-17 changes to:

    • Chapter 2 (Performance Objectives and Seismic Hazards)

    • Chapter 3 (Evaluation and Retrofit Requirements)

    • Chapter 4 (Tier 1 screening)

    • Chapter 5 (Tier 2 Evaluation and Retrofit)

    • Chapter 7 (Analysis Procedures)

    • Chapter 9 to 12 (Materials chapters)

    • Chapter 13 (Non-Structural Components).

Ed Huston, PE, SE, Smith & Huston Inc.
Cale Ash, PE, SE, Degenkolb Engineers
Michael Chamberlain, EIT, Hart Crowser
Laura Rendos, EIT, Magnusson Klemencic Associates
Marcus Freeman, PE, Magnusson Klemencic Associates
Donald Scott, PE, SE, F.SEI, F.ASCE, PCS Structural Solutions
Rebecca Hix Collins, PE, SE, LEED AP, Coughlin Porter Lundeen
Bryan Zagers, PE, SE, Coughlin Porter Lundeen
Zach Whitman, PE, Coughlin Porter Lundeen

Registration 8:00 am
Seminar 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Seattle City Hall, Bertha Knight Landes room (5th Ave entrance)

Cost per person (seminar or webinar):
Members $240
Non-Members $340
Students $50
Notes only $100
**Webinar attendees - No lunch and No printed notes offered.

Sponsor options:
Sponsor Table (includes 2 entries) $500;
Sponsor Name in notes $150.

This seminar will quality for 7 PDH's. Lunch and coffee will be provided. Printed notes provided. PDF of the notes emailed.

Webinar format available on the same day. Please specify when registering. No lunch and no printed notes for this option.

Click here to Register! Please register early! Registrations less than two weeks prior to the seminar will incur a $25.00 late fee. Cancellation of registration will be subject to a $25.00 administrative fee.