Draft Technical Specification 1170.5 open for consultation

NZSEE are pleased to inform our members that Standards New Zealand have published drafts of Technical Specification TS 1170.5 and its commentary. The attached advisory for members has been prepared in conjunction with SESOC and NZGS. NZSEE strongly encourage members to review and comment on the draft Technical Specification, and also to register to attend … Read moreDraft Technical Specification 1170.5 open for consultation

Call For NZSEE Management Committee Members 2024/2025

Nominations for the 2024 – 25 NZSEE Management Committee are now open The Society members annually elect nine of their members to the Management Committee. All current members of the Management Committee are eligible to be re-elected if they wish to have their nomination put forward. Nominations shall be on a form supplied by the Executive Officer … Read moreCall For NZSEE Management Committee Members 2024/2025

He Tohu Pūpū Seismic Design Competition – NZSEE Conference

We are pleased to announce that the 3rd version of the He Tohu Pūpū Seismic Design Competition will be held at the 2024 NZSEE Conference in Wellington. Within the competition, teams of undergraduates, postgraduates, and early-career practitioners design and build a small-scale earthquake-resistant building that is tested on a shake table during the conference. Requirements for participants include (1) … Read moreHe Tohu Pūpū Seismic Design Competition – NZSEE Conference

Call for Nomination of NZSEE Members: Consideration for Election to a fellow of the society

In accordance with the Constitution & Rules of The New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering Incorporated, the NZSEE Management Committee shall annually publish a call for nominations for Fellows. Specifically, Rule 4.7 states: 4.7  Fellows: The Management Committee may elect as a Fellow of the Society any person, whether resident in New Zealand or otherwise who, in … Read moreCall for Nomination of NZSEE Members: Consideration for Election to a fellow of the society

Call for Abstracts Submission Deadline Extended – now Friday 3rd November 2023. 

Call for Abstracts Submission Deadline Extended – now Friday 3rd November 2023.  Please CLICK HERE for more information. The abstract submission deadline has been extended until Friday 3 November 2023. On behalf of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering (NZSEE) we warmly invite you to join us at the 2024 NZSEE Annual Technical Conference to be held at Tākina, Wellington from … Read moreCall for Abstracts Submission Deadline Extended – now Friday 3rd November 2023. 

Abstract Submissions for NZSEE 2024 are now open!

Abstract Submissions for NZSEE 2024 are now open!   The NZSEE 2024 organising team invites researchers and professionals to submit abstracts reporting state-of-the-art developments on the science and practice of earthquake engineering. Paper topics need to be related to earthquake engineering but preference will be given to topics that complement the theme by providing new insights … Read moreAbstract Submissions for NZSEE 2024 are now open!

Site Visit: Wellington Town Hall

Friday 15th September, 9:30am & 1:30pm Friday 22nd September, 9:30am & 1:30pm SESOC’s Wellington Structural Group and NZSEE invites you to a site visit the Wellington Town Hall, located at 101 Wakefield Street hosted by Holmes Consulting and Naylor Love. Please RSVP at the link here to secure your place. The 120-year-old unreinforced masonry Wellington … Read moreSite Visit: Wellington Town Hall

Toka Tū Ake EQC Grants

Toka Tū Ake EQC grants to support teams entering the He Tohu Pūpū Seismic Design Competition now available! To assist the competition’s growth in its early years, Toka Tū Ake EQC has made available a pool of $10,000 for grants to support teams entering this year’s He Tohu Pūpū Seismic Design Competition. The grants are … Read moreToka Tū Ake EQC Grants