Structural Engineers Association of Arizona

PO Box 645, Tempe, AZ 85280  Phone: 602-492-6732

Email Us: info@seaoa.org

Calendar of Events

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Upcoming events

    • 15 Feb 2016
    • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Geotechnical & Structural Engineering Congress in Phoenix

    Graduate Student Career Fair – Opportunity for Grad Students and Hiring Organizations

    February 15, 2016, 4:30 – 6:00pm

    at Geotechnical & Structural Engineering Congress in Phoenix

     

    Full-time graduate students graduating Fall 2015 – Spring 2016:

    You are invited to apply for this exclusive opportunity to network with up to 40 prominent organizations in geotechnical and structural engineering. Up to 80 students who apply will be selected to participate in this event and receive complimentary full student registration to participate at the Geotechnical & Structural Engineering Congress February 14-17 in Phoenix. Apply online by October 30. Students selected to participate in this event will be notified in early December, and must register for Congress by December 17.

     

    The Geotechnical & Structural Engineering Congress is a one-of-a-kind joint conference February 14-17, 2016 offered by the Geotechnical Institute and Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE that will bring together the best of both disciplines for unmatched networking, collaboration, and learning opportunities. Learn more at www.geo-structures.org about the full program, more exciting opportunities for students and young professionals, and FLEX registration (organization employees share 4 registration badges). Early Bird conference registration rates are available through December 17.

     

    Employer organizations:

    You are invited to send two reps each to participate in the 90 minute event with exclusive access to meet and talk with up to 80 of the top graduating geotechnical and structural engineering graduate students entering the job market and searching for career placement. Plan now to send your recruiting staff to this premier opportunity. Come prepared to network with the students selected to participate, and tell them about opportunities with your organization. Participating organizations will be listed in Career Fair promotions once they sign up for the event, and will receive in advance of the event participating student contact info. The cost for an organization to participate in the Career Fair is $1,000 which will offset the costs for two students to participate. We are anticipating about 20 organizations to sign up for this event via SEI, so space is limited, and availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. Book your participation in the Career Fair online now by October 30 to participate in selecting student applicants to participate in this event. Or choose to reach SEI members with Sustaining Organization Membership year-round and enjoy complimentary participation in the Career Fair. For more info, contact Suzanne Fisher at sfisher@asce.org.

     

    If you have questions, let me know.

     

    Thank you,

     

    Suzanne

     

    Suzanne Fisher

    Senior Manager, SEI Operations

    Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE

    1801 Alexander Bell Drive

    Reston, VA  20191

    1 800 548 2723 x 6195

    Direct: 703-295-6195

     

    Join SEI (free with ASCE membership) to enjoy benefits including SEI Update e-newsletter with SEI news and opportunities, STRUCTURE magazine, Modern Steel Construction and more.

     

    Invest in the Future of Structural Engineering – Give to the SEI Futures Fund

     

    Join us:

    Geotechnical and Structural Engineering Congress February 14-17, 2016 in Phoenix

     

     Congress Convention Center:
    Phoenix Convention Center
    100 North 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004

     

    2nd ATC-SEI Conference on Improving Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures -December 10-12, 2015 in San Francisco, CA

     

     

    • 16 Feb 2016
    • 5:30 PM
    • DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix 320 North 44th Street Phoenix, AZ 85008
    • 53

    February Central Chapter Dinner Meeting

     

    Micro piles are becoming increasingly the tool of choice for excavation shoring, tie backs, underpinning, and deep foundations. They are more versatile that other pile systems and have many years of historical performance. Dr Bruce will share design concepts, limitations and other important factors in using micropiles for various applications.


    Speaker:

    Donald Bruce Ph.D., D.GE, C.Eng., L.G., L.E.G., 


    Donald Bruce received his BS (Geology and Mineralogy) and Ph.D (Geotechnical Engineering) from Aberdeen University, Scotland. He thereafter worked in specialty geotechnical construction in various countries and projects throughout the world before becoming Technical Director of Nicholson Construction, Pittsburgh, PA, from 1986-1996. Since then, he has been President of Geosystems, L.P., a consultancy based in Pittsburgh, PA and Scottsdale, AZ, specializing in the application of ground treatment, improvement and retention techniques. As such, he has participated in over 1,000 projects in 6 continents, principally associated with dams, levees, deep foundations, tunnels and mines.

    Dr. Bruce is active in professional and trade associations in North America and Europe, and is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers (UK), and a Licensed Geologist and Engineering Geologist in the US. He has authored over 300 technical papers and three textbooks, the latest of which are “Dam Foundation Grouting” (Bruce and Weaver) and Specialty Construction Techniques for Dam and Levee Remediation.”


    • 17 Feb 2016
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Rincon Market, 2513 E. 6th Street - Tucson, AZ 85716
    • 33

    February Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting

       

    Emerging Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Geophysical Technologies

    for

    Structural Assessments and

    Project Risk Reduction

     

    Several emerging geophysical non-destructive evaluation (NDE) methods and technologies are gaining in popularity to reduce the need for expensive and time consuming destructive methods and X-ray evaluations, to reduce structural QA/QC assessment time, and to reduce risk and project costs in evaluations. Southwest Geophysics' project evaluators are using a variety of recent technical advances. This presentation will include discussion of several applications of emerging NDE technologies for structural evaluations:

    • Ground penetrating radar (GPR)               
    • Ultrasonic pulse velocity (UPV)               
    • Impact echo (IE)           
    • Impulse Response (IR)               
    • Pile integrity testing (PIT)               
    • Seismic methods (refraction tomography, MASW, ReMi)           
    • Electromagnetics (EM)              
    • Electrical resistivity tomography (ERT)                  

    Guest Speaker Bio: 

       

    Mark D. Edwards, R.G. (AZ - 52449) Principal Geologist/Geophysicist Southwest Geophysics, Inc.

    Mr. Mark D. Edwards has 25 years of extensive national and international experience in geophysical and geologic evaluations, geologic resource evaluations, infrastructure and environmental assessments, hydrogeological evaluations, geologic and geophysical site characterization, environmental remediation, subsurface utility engineering (SUE), forensics, and regulatory Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) requirements. A diverse background and wide variety of project experiences allow him to manage geophysical, environmental, and geologic projects. As Principal Geophysicist and Geologist for Southwest Geophysics' Arizona office, Mr. Edwards manages geophysical, geologic, and environmental field evaluations; conducts geophysical evaluations including seismic refraction, downhole and crosshole seismic, MASW seismic, refraction microtremor (ReMi) seismic, ground penetrating radar (GPR), magnetics, electrical resistivity, and electromagnetic (EM) studies; plans and conducts site characterization; performs detailed geologic reconnaissance studies through literature review, field mapping, analysis of aerial imagery; and satellite imagery and data; and performs utility designating. He provides summary geophysical survey reports including data interpretations and findings regarding geologic, structural, and environmental factors.

     

    • 15 Mar 2016
    • 5:30 PM
    • DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix 320 North 44th Street Phoenix, AZ 85008
    • 60
    The New ASTM A1085 Specification: 
    A New Dynamic for HSS
     

    With the adoption of the new ASTM A1085 specification in early 2013, Hollow Structural Sections (HSS) produced to a higher standard are now available. This new manufacturing standard raises the bar on the performance of HSS used in structures subjected to seismic and fatigue related loads. With tighter material tolerances, a higher minimum yield stress, a required Charpy V-Notch test, and cap on the minimum yield stress, this new specification makes designing with HSS easier and more economical, especially for buildings and bridges subjected to fatigue and seismic loads. This session will cover the history and development of the new spec as well as show how economical HSS can be through design examples.
       
      Biography of Presenter:

    Brad Fletcher, S.E., is the senior sales engineer at Atlas Tube. In this role, Brad leverages his 24 years of experienc in engineering design and the steel industry to provide technical expertise on the use of steel hollow structural sections (HSS) and pipe piling products to design engineers, detailers, fabricators and architects.  A registered structural engineer in the state of Illinois, Brad has held senior positions at leading architecture and engineering firms, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Sargent & Lundy; and Halvorson and Partners. For the past eight years, most recently while working at Tata Steel (formerly known as Corus) and now with Atlas Tube, Brad has focused his efforts on serving as a liaison between structural designers and the steel industry.  Brad holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in civil engineering (BSCE, MSCE) from Purdue University. He is active in many industry groups, including the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois (SEAOI) and ASTM International. Brad is active within AISC, participating in the Technical Committees responsible for the AISC Specification, as well as the HSS Producers Group. Brad is also on the Board of the CISC Education and Research Council (formerly SSEF) in Canada and the

    S16 Technical Committee for the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).

    • 16 Mar 2016
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • 2513 E. Rincon Market, Tucson, AZ 85716
    • 60

    The New ASTM A1085 Specification: 

    A New Dynamic for HSS
     

    With the adoption of the new ASTM A1085 specification in early 2013, Hollow Structural Sections (HSS) produced to a higher standard are now available. This new manufacturing standard raises the bar on the performance of HSS used in structures subjected to seismic and fatigue related loads. With tighter material tolerances, a higher minimum yield stress, a required Charpy V-Notch test, and cap on the minimum yield stress, this new specification makes designing with HSS easier and more economical, especially for buildings and bridges subjected to fatigue and seismic loads. This session will cover the history and development of the new spec as well as show how economical HSS can be through design examples.
       
      Biography of Presenter:

    Brad Fletcher, S.E., is the senior sales engineer at Atlas Tube. In this role, Brad leverages his 24 years of experience in engineering design and the steel industry to provide technical expertise on the use of steel hollow structural sections (HSS) and pipe piling products to design engineers, detailers, fabricators and architects.  A registered structural engineer in the state of Illinois, Brad has held senior positions at leading architecture and engineering firms, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Sargent & Lundy; and Halvorson and Partners. For the past eight years, most recently while working at Tata Steel (formerly known as Corus) and now with Atlas Tube, Brad has focused his efforts on serving as a liaison between structural designers and the steel industry.  Brad holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in civil engineering (BSCE, MSCE) from Purdue University. He is active in many industry groups, including the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois (SEAOI) and ASTM International. Brad is active within AISC, participating in the Technical Committees responsible for the AISC Specification, as well as the HSS Producers Group. Brad is also on the Board of the CISC Education and Research Council (formerly SSEF) in Canada and the

    S16 Technical Committee for the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).

    • 19 Apr 2016
    • 5:30 PM
    • DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix 320 North 44th Street Phoenix, AZ 85008
    • 60
    ASU SUN DEVIL STADIUM
    Phase I Improvements
     
    by
     
    Meyer Borgman Johnson Structural Engineers
     
    Presenters: Kurt Kindermann and Lindsey Schultz

     

     

    • 20 Apr 2016
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • TBD
    • 60

    April Tucson Chapter Dinner Meeting

    Topic:  TBD

    • 17 May 2016
    • 5:30 PM
    • DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Phoenix 320 North 44th Street Phoenix, AZ 85008
    • 60

    May Central Chapter Dinner Meeting

     

    Topic: TBD

     

     

    • 18 May 2016
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • TBD
    • 60

    May Tucson Chapter Dinner Meeting

    Topic:  TBD

Past events

27 Jan 2016 YMG - Hands On Demonstration with Powers Fasteners
23 Jan 2016 Future Cities Competition - Volunteers Needed
20 Jan 2016 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting: Rebar: Jobsite Issues & Inspection
19 Jan 2016 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Rebar: Jobsite Issues & Inspections
12 Jan 2016 YMG - Social Event at Dave and Buster's
11 Dec 2015 Facility Tour: Coreslab Structures
17 Nov 2015 Tucson Chapter Dinner Meeting: University of Arizona Student Night
17 Nov 2015 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: ASU Student Night Tempe Lake Dam Replacement
10 Nov 2015 SEAoA YMG - Hilti Presentation
06 Nov 2015 ODYSEA - Aquarium Construction Site Tour
21 Oct 2015 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: Common Geotechnical Issues, Problems and their Remedies
20 Oct 2015 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Joint Meeting with GeoInstitute on Monitoring & Modeling of Land Subsidence
13 Oct 2015 SEAoA YMG Election Meeting
09 Oct 2015 AZ ICRI Fall Sporting Clay Tournament
30 Sep 2015 NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit
16 Sep 2015 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Structrual Engineers
15 Sep 2015 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: The Restoration of the Historic Yavapai County Courthouse in Prescott, AZ
20 Jun 2015 Managing Engineering Risk and Ethics Issues - Seminar
18 Jun 2015 Welcome Reception sponsored by the SEAoA YMG
18 Jun 2015 43rd Annual Convention ATTENDEE REGISTRATION
18 Jun 2015 43rd Annual SEAoA Convention EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION
20 May 2015 Joint SEAoA AzACI AzICRI Annual Meeting: Repair of Construction Defects
20 May 2015 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: The Causes and Prevention of Structural Failures
19 May 2015 SEAoA YMG Networking Event
11 May 2015 2015 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards Competition
01 May 2015 Welding Seminar - SEA of Southern Nevada
22 Apr 2015 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: In Situ Investgation of Concrete
21 Apr 2015 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Avoiding IBC Pitfalls for Structural Engineers
19 Mar 2015 SEAoA YMG Networking Event
18 Mar 2015 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: 3D Laser Scanning for Structural Engineering
17 Mar 2015 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: 3D Laser Scanning for Structural Engineering
18 Feb 2015 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: Oso Mudslide
17 Feb 2015 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Masonry Material Testing
06 Feb 2015 SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
21 Jan 2015 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: Fabreeka Seminar
20 Jan 2015 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: An Investigation of Soils Reports
19 Nov 2014 Tucson Chapter Dinner Meeting: University of Arizona Student Night
18 Nov 2014 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: ASU Student Night
15 Oct 2014 Joint SEAoA AzACI AzICRI Meeting: Achieving Success on Decorative Concrete Projects
15 Oct 2014 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: Pre-Stressed Masonry
11 Oct 2014 SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
23 Sep 2014 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: High-Performance Steel Connections - The SidePlate Approach
17 Sep 2014 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: Simpson Strong Tie Product Update
26 Aug 2014 SEAoA YMG Elections & Business Meeting
08 Aug 2014 SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
14 Jun 2014 Saturday Ethic Training Seminar
12 Jun 2014 42nd Annual Convention ATTENDEE REGISTRATION
21 May 2014 Joint SEAoA AzACI AzICRI Annual Meeting: ACI 211.5R-14 GUIDE FOR SUBMITTAL OF CONCRETE PROPORTIONS
21 May 2014 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: Harnessing The Power of AISC Design Guides
14 May 2014 SEAoA YMG Networking Event
09 May 2014 AISC Seminar: 2010 AISC Seismic Provisions
23 Apr 2014 City of Phoenix : Simplified Bracing Seminar
16 Apr 2014 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: Collaborative Selection and Optimization of Reinforced Concrete Structural Systems
15 Apr 2014 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Engineering Liability: Practicalities and Pitfalls
10 Apr 2014 SEAoA Code Committee Meeting - SSI Certification
22 Mar 2014 2014 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards - Call for Entries
19 Mar 2014 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: How New Trends In Wood Construction Comply With The Building Code
18 Mar 2014 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Design Responsibility for Engineered Precast Systems
08 Mar 2014 SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
28 Feb 2014 Facility Tour: Schuff Steel
20 Feb 2014 AISC Seminar: 2010 AISC Seismic Provisions is coming to Phoenix, AZ on February 20
19 Feb 2014 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: Precast/Prestressed Concrete Overview
18 Feb 2014 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: The Economy and How It Affects the Steel Design and Construction Industry
11 Feb 2014 SEAoA YMG Networking Event
08 Feb 2014 SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
21 Jan 2014 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: City Official Meeting
15 Jan 2014 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting: Introduction To ASTM A1085 HSS
20 Nov 2013 Tucson Chapter Dinner Meeting: University of Arizona Student Night
19 Nov 2013 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: ASU Student Night
08 Nov 2013 Facility Tour: AZZ Galvanizing Arizona
05 Nov 2013 SEAoA YMG Elections & Business Meeting
16 Oct 2013 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting :Structural Synthetic Macro Fibers
15 Oct 2013 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Concrete Cracking
12 Oct 2013 SEAoA Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Opportunity
04 Oct 2013 SEAoA AISC SteelDay 2013: See the Industry at Work
21 Sep 2013 SEAoA Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Opportunity
19 Sep 2013 Simpson Strong-Tie Infrastructure Commercial Industrial FREE Workshop in Chandler, AZ
18 Sep 2013 Tucson Chapter Luncheon Meeting :Lessons Learned from My Failures
17 Sep 2013 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Design of Blast Resistant Buildings with Structural Brick
14 Sep 2013 SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
08 Aug 2013 SEAoA Younger Members Group Social Meeting
08 Aug 2013 SEAoA Younger Members Group Business Meeting
27 Jul 2013 SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
29 Jun 2013 SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
22 Jun 2013 Saturday SEER Training Seminar
21 Jun 2013 2013 SEAoA Convention Social Meeting/Event
20 Jun 2013 41st Annual SEAoA State Convention ATTENDEE REGISTRATION
11 Jun 2013 Arizona Board of Technical Registration Continuing Education Special Board Meeting
06 Jun 2013 City of Phoenix Infill Development Meeting
25 May 2013 SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
23 May 2013 SEAoA Younger Members Group Social Meeting
22 May 2013 Joint SEAoA AzACI AzICRI Annual Meeting: ACI 117.1R-XX (13) GUIDE FOR TOLERANCE COMPATIBILITY IN CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
22 May 2013 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting: Adhesive Anchors - So what if they don't blow out the hole?
09 May 2013 2013 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards - Call for Entries
27 Apr 2013 SEAoA Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Opportunity
17 Apr 2013 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting: U of A North End Zone Project
16 Apr 2013 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Connection Solutions for Wood-Frame Structures
20 Mar 2013 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting: North American Standards for Cold-Formed Steel Framing
19 Mar 2013 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: North American Standards for Cold-Formed Steel Framing
02 Mar 2013 1st SEAoA Young Member’s Review Session
01 Mar 2013 Central Chapter: Simpson Plant Tour
21 Feb 2013 SEAoA Younger Members Group Social Meeting
20 Feb 2013 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting: Arizona State Board and CEU Requirements
19 Feb 2013 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Steel Solutions Center FAQs
08 Feb 2013 Central Chapter: Technical Seminar and Pile Load Test.
16 Jan 2013 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting: Landscape Evolution Observatory
15 Jan 2013 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: City of Phoenix New Code Presentation
09 Jan 2013 ASCE SAB YMF January Social January 10th
04 Dec 2012 AISC Seminar in Tucson-2010 Specification and 14th Edition Manual
20 Nov 2012 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: ASU Student Night
15 Nov 2012 SEAoA Younger Members Group Social Meeting
13 Nov 2012 Tucson Chapter Dinner Meeting: The University of Arizona Student Night
02 Nov 2012 Seismic Design Research - UCSD Outdoor Shake Table
20 Oct 2012 SEAoA Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Opportunity
17 Oct 2012 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting: HSS Connections, Software that Tackles Hard Work
16 Oct 2012 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Masonry Veneer Attachments
11 Oct 2012 SEAoA Younger Members Group Inaugural Meeting
09 Oct 2012 SEAoA Code Committee Meeting
19 Sep 2012 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting: Design and Detailing with High Strength Reinforcing
18 Sep 2012 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Design and Detailing with High Strength Reinforcing
16 Jun 2012 Ethics Half Day Seminar - Optional Convention Seminar
16 Jun 2012 Saturday Golf Event or Tennis Clinic Registration
14 Jun 2012 40th Annual SEAoA State Convention ATTENDEE REGISTRATION
16 May 2012 Joint SEAoA AzACI AzICRI Annual Meeting: Evaluation of Geotechnical Reports and Applicability To Construction
16 May 2012 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation- Updates on AISC Specifications
14 May 2012 2012 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards - Call for Entries
18 Apr 2012 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation - Hear from Steel Fabricator AISC 303-10 Section 3.
17 Apr 2012 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Performance and Repair of Prefabricated Wood Trusses
21 Mar 2012 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation - Voided Slabs
20 Mar 2012 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Alkali-Silica Reactivity Effects and Mitigation Methods
02 Mar 2012 AZZ Galvanizing Plant Tour
28 Feb 2012 SEAoA Code Committee Meeting
25 Feb 2012 Engineering Day at the Arizona Science Center
21 Feb 2012 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting
15 Feb 2012 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation - Wood Connectors
18 Jan 2012 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation - Appendix D Concrete Anchorage
17 Jan 2012 Central Chapter Dinner Meeting - Concrete Anchorage Design
15 Nov 2011 Tucson Chapter Monthly Meeting & Presentation - U of A Student Night
15 Nov 2011 Central Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation - Quality Concrete
08 Nov 2011 SEAoA Code Committee Meeting
26 Oct 2011 Vulcraft BIM Webinar - Free
20 Oct 2011 NCSEA 19th Annual Conference
19 Oct 2011 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation - Innovations in Steel
18 Oct 2011 Central Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation - Innovations In Steel
27 Sep 2011 SEAoA Code Committee Meeting
23 Sep 2011 Joint Golf Tournament
22 Sep 2011 SEAW Northwest Conference
21 Sep 2011 Tucson Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation - Steel Joists
20 Sep 2011 Central Chapter Lunch Meeting & Presentation - Steel Joists
13 Sep 2011 SEAoA Code Committee Meeting - NEW DATE
18 Jun 2011 Test Event

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