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SEAoNY Presenter - Engineering of Temporary Structures

SEAoNY Presenter
Engineering of Temporary Structures

Design Scenarios in a changing world.

Join Bill Gorlin, PE, SE VP of Entertainment as he presents “Engineering of Temporary Structures” (March 11th – 10:50 AM) at SEAoNY’s (Structural Engineers Association of New York) annual conference.

When structural engineers work on permanent infrastructure, like buildings and bridges, they are bound within a generally clear set of code requirements. In contrast, temporary structures, like those for live events, are often handled inconsistently as their short-term construction lacks clarity on building code guidance.

Register to learn more about provisions in the NYC Building Code for temporary event structures, as well as applicable ANSI standards for the live event industry.