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NCSEA Webinar

  • 13 Nov 2018
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Webinar

Engineering Structural Glass, an Introduction to the Engineering Structural Glass Design Guide

This webinar is an introduction to the new NCSEA Engineering Structural Glass Design Guide which provides the Engineering Professional with sufficient background knowledge and current methods to determine the specification of glass elements in buildings. It is aimed at Structural Engineers who are experienced in designing building structures and elements using traditional materials but with little to no experience in using glass to transfer forces. The intent of this Guide is to collate relevant design references, requirements, and analysis methods into a single source for easy reference, and to assist in determining the capacity of glass elements, augmented or reduced by the various relevant factors, so that glass elements can be designed successfully and safely.

  • Course will award 1.5 hours of continuing education
  • Diamond Review approved in all 50 states
Marcin March, P.E., CEng, MIStructE

Marcin March, P.E., CEng, MIStructE is a Structural and Facade Engineer. Originally from the UK, he is currently based in New York heading up the Specialty Structures Group within Thornton Tomasetti Facade Engineering. He has over 13 years of experience working on specialty structures projects, most notably ambitious glass installations for a wide range of corporate, private, and public clients across the globe. Marcin has an MEng Engineering Science from Oxford University and MRes Computer Vision, Image Processing, Graphics, and Simulation from University College London. He is a Professional Engineer in California and New York, a Chartered Engineer with the IStructE in the UK, and he has published and presented extensively in the field of structural glass. A believer in pedagogy and the dissemination of knowledge, Marcin has also taught classes and assisted in workshops in Architecture Schools at Princeton, Stanford, and the California College of the Arts.

Pricing

- $225 NCSEA member

- $250 SEI/CASE/SECB

- $275 non-member

- Webinar Subscription Plan


Several people may attend for one connection fee.



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