The overall objective of SEAC is the advancement of the practice of structural engineering for the benefit of public safety and the structural engineering profession. SEAC was established in 1954 as an organization of structural engineers who were owners of structural engineering or architectural firms and was expanded in 1992 to include all structural engineers and persons with an interest in the objectives of SEAC. SEAC activities include breakfast technical meetings on a bi-monthly basis, a fall seminar, an annual dinner, as well as many active professional and technical committees.
- Professional Associations
- Building, Energy & Manufacturing