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With much of the central and northeastern U.S. gripped by severe cold
and snow 
. . . now is the perfect time to register for the NCSEA Structural
Engineering 
Winter Institute in Phoenix, Arizona, January 21-24, 2001.  And if
you're 
fortunate to live where the weather is nice, come to Phoenix because
it's an 
excellent program combining education with rest, relaxation and golf. 

The program will be "Environmental Loads on Structures: Wind, Snow &
Seismic." 
Every structural engineer should plan to attend this program to learn
the 
current state of practice for these crucial load conditions.  There have
been significant changes for computing the wind, snow and seismic loads
in ASCE 7-98 
and IBC 2000.  The program will focus on the practical application of
the latest 
code requirements.  There will be a total of eighteen (18) contact hours
of 
continuing education credit available. 

Space is still available, but it is filling-up, and hotel space has to
be 
finalized soon.  Send in your program registration, call the Four Points
Barcelo 
hotel, and make your airline reservations today. 

The complete program, speaker biographies, registration form and travel 
information is available on the NCSEA website, using the links below: 

Program Information: http://www.dwp.bigplanet.com/engineers/institute/ 

Downloadable brochure: 
http://www.dwp.bigplanet.com/engineers/nss-folder/download/BROCHURE.pdf 

Downloadable registration form: 
http://www.dwp.bigplanet.com/engineers/nss-folder/download/REGFORM.pdf 

Please reply by e-mail if you have any questions, or need any additional
information. (Arrangements can be made for partial registration. 
Contact me by 
replying to this message for details.) 

Benjamin R. Baer, PE, SE 
Program Chair