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September Meeting – Communication Between Geotechnical and Structural Engineer – Lessons...

  THURSDAY September 21, 2017 at HESS (Houston Engineering and Scientific Society), 5430 Westheimer, Houston 77056. Tel: 713 627 2283 6:00 pm – Social – Sponsored by SEAoT Houston Chapter 6:30...

President’s Corner – June 2017 – Rick Miles

Welcome to the June newsletter! Here at the midpoint of the year, I’d like to give an update on chapter happenings and set some...

Secretary’s Corner – June 2017 – Dan Barbuto

We are halfway through the year and it’s been a good year so far.  Our June meeting will be the last meeting before our...

June Meeting – ASR and DEF Cracking “It is not...

THURSDAY June 15, 2017 at HESS (Houston Engineering and Scientific Society), 5430 Westheimer, Houston 77056. Tel: 713 627 2283 6:00 pm – Social – Sponsored by Walker 6:30 pm...

President’s Corner – May 2017 – Rick Miles

Where has the time gone? May definitely snuck up on me and with it many of my responsibilities and hence, the newsletter is late...

TAMU May 2017 Meeting

Howdy! From the SEAoT student chapter at Texas A&M university. April was a month filled with great learning and fun experiences for SEAoT members,...

Secretary’s Corner – May 2017 – Chris Hill

Hello all, I hope everyone is doing well and enjoyed our last meeting. The momentum of this year is continuing to grow and I appreciate...

May Meeting – Concrete Construction Problems: Challenges Faced by the Structural...

THURSDAY MAY 18, 2017 at HESS (Houston Engineering and Scientific Society), 5430 Westheimer, Houston 77056. Tel: 713 627 2283 6:00 pm – Social - Sponsored by SEAoT 6:30...

April Meeting – Design of Transfer Elements with Post-Tensioning Technology

THURSDAY APRIL 20, 2017 at HESS (Houston Engineering and Scientific Society), 5430 Westheimer, Houston 77056. Tel: 713 627 2283 6:00 pm – Social 6:30 pm – Dinner 7:00 pm –...

President’s Corner – April 2017 – Rick Miles

In my line of work of the focus is primarily on failures associated with existing construction, and this week I came to a simple...