Bridge designers and engineers can learn the most up-to-date methods for making bridges seismically safe in a two-day workshop at UC Berkeley Extension.
The workshop, "Seismic Analysis, Design, and Retrofitting of Bridges," will take place on March 29 and 30, 2000, with an optional half day of SEISAB software training on March 31. The workshop and software training will be held at 415 Davis Hall, University of California, Berkeley. The fee for the two-day workshop is $795. The half day of software training costs $50. For more details or to enroll, call (510) 643-6843 or visit http://www.unex.berkeley.edu/enroll.
The workshop and software training will be conducted by Imbsen & Associates, a consulting firm with experience presenting courses on the seismic design of highway bridges for the Federal Highway Administration and other entities and organizations throughout the United States. Imbsen & Associates professionals will be joined by experts in earthquake engineering, soil dynamics, bridge design, and seismic retrofitting.
UC Berkeley Extension, the continuing education arm of the University of California, Berkeley, offers more than 3,000 courses each year in a wide variety of subject areas, including civil engineering and construction management. Courses are open to all interested adults and are designed to meet the personal and professional needs of adult learners. The majority of courses for Spring 2000 begin in January. For a free catalog, call (1 888) UC SMART or contact Diane Wolcott at (510) 642-7537.