Changes in ASCE 41-17
by David Bonowitz, S.E.
December 2, 2019; 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Pacific Time
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ASCE 41-17, cited by the 2015 IEBC, combines and updates the national standards for seismic evaluation (formerly ASCE 31-03) and seismic retrofit (ASCE 41-06). This webinar will describe how ASCE 41-17 works with the building code and how the new combined standard solves some of the problems of its predecessors. It will explain four key technical concepts that distinguish the standard from building code provisions for new buildings.
David Bonowitz is a structural engineer in San Francisco. He chairs the Resilience committee of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations, developing policy positions, regulations, and engineering best practices with leading NGOs and local governments around the country. From 2007 to 2017 he chaired NCSEA’s Existing Buildings committee, through which he developed and coordinated building code changes on behalf of the nationwide engineering community.
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