Sponsored by the Structural Engineering Institute Boston Chapter
Tuesday Evenings October 3 - November 7, 2017
Tufts University - Barnum Hall, 163 Packard Ave, Medford, Massachusetts
Construction Aspects of Structural Engineering - "If You Design It, Can They Build It?"
ASCE SEI Boston Chapter is pleased to present the 23rd Fall Lecture Series, entitled "Construction Aspects of Structural Engineering - If You Design It, Can They Build It?" Topics include Virtual Design and Construction, Blurred Lines, Structural Issues during Construction, Legal Aspects and Risk Management, and You Want to Build It How? This lecture series is co-sponsored by the Tufts ASCE Student Chapter.
Lecture 4 – Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Legal Aspects and Risk Management
David Hatem, PC, Partner, Donovan Hatem LLP
Paul Kelley, PE, Senior Principal, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
Lecture 5 – Tuesday, November 7, 2017
You Want to Build It How?
Tom Zieman, PE, SE, Principal, Zieman Engineering
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$60 Members, $75 Non-Members
$55 Public Sector Members, $60 Public Sector Non-Members
$25 Senior Members (65+), $25 Students
The registration deadlines for lecture 2 through lecture 5 are 12:00PM on the day of each lecture.
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