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President’s Corner – November 2015 – Al Bustamante

Someone said that flexibility is the key to life...

November Meeting – The Specification, Design, Manufacture, and Installation of Cold-Formed...

The Specification, Design, Manufacture, and Installation of Cold-Formed Metal Trusses By David Boyd This course will provide an in-depth overview of the many critical elements and...

TAMU October 2015 Meeting – Ashfaq Syed

The Texas A&M University SEAoT Student Chapter had a general meeting on Oct 8th.

President’s Corner – October 2015 – Al Bustamante

Volition is the most powerful word in the English language.

October Meeting – 609 Main – Wally Ford

Houston Downtown’s 609 Main By Wally Ford 609 Main’s height of 756 feet above street level makes it the tallest building to be built in Houston...

Secretary’s Corner – October 2015 – Rick Miles

Here we are in October and I owe apologies as I missed the September newsletter after the summer hiatus.

Young Engineers’ Astros Social – Chris Hill

Last month more than 20 young members and potential members of the SEAoT Chapter of Houston...

President’s Corner – September 2015 – Al Bustamante

Summer is over. Well, not quite yet for us in Houston. However, the academic summer break is over, school is back, and yes –...

TAMU September 2015 Meeting – Ashfaq Syed

The Texas A&M University SEAoT Student Chapter had a general meeting on Sep 24th.

September Meeting – Fiber Reinforced Concrete Values and Applications – Mike...

Fiber Reinforced Concrete Values and Applications By Mike Smith Mike Smith is Forta Corporation’s regional manager for Texas, Oklahoma, Rocky Mountains, Pacific Northwest and the Dakotas. Mike...