Continuing Education

The Good and the Bad with Delegated Design [N35]

Deferring the structural design of certain parts of a building to a specialty structural engineer (SSE) is a reality in today's complex projects with tight schedules, aggressive budgets, non-traditional project delivery methods, and proprietary components. However, whether you are the structural engineer of record (SER) or the specialty structural engineer, it is crucial that you be aware of the pitfalls facing each party when delegated design is employed.
(Special presentation by the Council of American Structural Engineers)

Intended Audience: Engineers, Fabricators, Detailers
Track: Design & Analysis

  • Date: 4/11/2018 - 4/13/2018
  • PDH Credits: 0


Kevin Chamberlain, PE

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