Engineering Investigations of Hurricane Damage: Wind versus Water

Exponent, in collaboration with OACTA, is pleased to bring you this webinar!

Wednesday, October 24, 2018
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. 
When a hurricane strikes, civil engineers are often called upon to investigate the resulting damage to structures. Frequently, engineers performing those investigations are asked to distinguish between wind damage and water damage. This task can be dauntingly complex, demanding expertise in structural engineering, historic building codes, construction practices, wind forces, and water/wave forces. This webinar explores important issues related to engineering damage assessments of structures following hurricanes, focusing particularly on wind versus water investigations. Case studies will be presented to highlight the principles discussed. This webinar presents the key topics contained in the newly released book published by ASCE.

**There is a $25 fee for Non-OACTA members who are requesting CLE credit. An invoice will be sent after the seminar.**  

CLE CREDIT: This course is approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 1.00 total CLE hour of instruction. In order to get CLE credit for this Self-Study Activity, individuals must:

1) register for the program; 2) log-in for the meeting; and 3) complete the evaluation at the end of the program and include the verification code (this code will be announced during the program).

OACTA will submit for CLE credit in the state of Ohio, on behalf of registered individuals who met the above criteria. There is a twelve-hour limitation on self-study CLE in the state of Ohio.  

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