In this episode, we talk to Emily Guglielmo, P.E., SE, the past president of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) and the Structural Engineers Association of Northern California (SEAONC), about building safety in response to the recent Surfside building collapse in Miami a few weeks ago. She will also talk about a structural engineer’s role post-collapse and how the collapse will affect our building codes.
In episode 26 of The Structural Engineering Channel, we talk to Rose McClure PE, SE, LEED AP, a senior consulting engineer at Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. Rose talks about SE3, an NCSEA Committee that works to improve engagement and retention of structural engineers. She provides us with the latest updates on the SE3 2020 survey, the state of engagement and equity in the SE profession, and the future of the profession from the perspective of a younger engineer.
Here Are Some of the Questions We Ask Rose McClure in This Episode:
In episode 14 of The Structural Engineering Channel Podcast, I interview my co-host Matthew Picardal, P.E. about his recent attendance at the 2019 NCSEA Summit. The NCSEA (National Council of Structural Engineers Associations) Summit is a structural engineering summit that brings together the best structural engineering professionals in the field for education and networking. Mat outlines some of his key takeaways from this conference including SE3, retention and recruiting and the role of drafters in engineering.
Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Mat in This Episode About the 2019 NCSEA Summit:
- What is the NCSEA Summit?
- What are some of the sessions that you attended at this conference?
- In terms of the Implementation session, what did you take away from that?
- What does “advocate for yourself” involve?
- What was the discussion about a 30-hour workweek in reference to?
- Tell us more about the present and future role of drafters and engineers.