SEAOI hosts seminars and workshops throughout the year to aid in meeting your continuing education requirements. These events typically vary from 4 to 8 hours and are held throughout the Chicago area.  Most classes are also available online. 

Our programming includes a wide range of topics and issues, and we are always open to suggestions for future classes. Recent seminar topics include the following: 

  • ASCE 7 Design for Wind and Tornado Loads - Principles, Current Provisions, and Future Research
  • AISC Seismic Design Manual
  • Assessment & Repair of Steel Building Structures 
  • Bridge Design for Building Engineers sitting for the SE Exam
  • Communications for the Built World
  • Deep Foundations, Ground Modification, and Earth Retention
  • Design of Low-Rise Concrete Buildings
  • Designing Aluminum Structures
  • Designing Transparency
  • Ethics for Engineers
  • Guide to the Design of Building Systems for Serviceability
  • Incremental Bridge Launching
  • Investigations, Failures, and Repairs of Existing Structures
  • Key Changes in ASCE 7-16
  • Masonry Design and Construction
  • Occupant-Caused Floor Vibrations
  • Practical Design of Post-Tensioned Buildings
  • Principles of Seismic Design
  • Railroad Bridge Engineering
  • Seismic Design of Bridges
  • Seismic Design of Buildings
  • Soil Primer for Structural Engineers
  • Soil Retainage
  • Structural Masonry
  • Vibration for Reinforced Concrete Floor Systems
  • Welding for Structural Engineers
  • Wind Engineering

View the Calendar for a full list of upcoming events!

Persuasive Writing led by Leslie O'Flahavan, June 20, 2016