About Webcasts

Civil + Structural Engineer Webcast Series consist of sponsored, online presentations about timely topics affecting the design and construction industry. Take part in a unique opportunity to earn free continuing education credit by viewing these synchronized visual and audio presentations streamed over the Internet. These online events may provide interactive features such as desktop presentations for product demonstration, and interactive real-time polling, surveys, and a question and answer tool.

 ZweigWhite is an Approved Provider through the American Institute of Architects / Continuing Education System (AIA/CES). Provider number: J317.

Instructions for Live Webcasts

After registering for the event, you will receive an email with a URL link to join the presentation at the specified date and time. Log in at the specified time, view the entire presentation, and download a Certificate of Completion at the end of the presentation. The certificate of attendance is for 1.0 professional development hour (equivalent to 0.1 continuing education unit in most states.) Check back later for information on upcoming webcasts.

Groups who plan to view the webcast together will be allowed to download and complete a Multi-Viewer Registration Form during and immediately following the webcast.  Only one person needs to register for the webcast and that person is responsible for submitting the Multi-Viewer Form.  It is the responsibility of all group viewers to visit the certificate page following the webcast to print their own certificate.  


Prevent Costly Maintenance by Simulating Operational Conditions to Ensure Proper Fit of Frames & Piping

In the global plant industry, single or multi-structures must support piping systems often conveying very high-temperature gas, steam, water, and other liquids, which leads to large movements and the potential for disasters and explosions. At the same time, the size and complexity in plant design is rapidly increasing. For example, on today’s large billion-dollar petrochemical plants, thousands of pipelines supported by hundreds of independent structures need to be located, designed, and fitted together in very tight spaces, which is the biggest challenge to avoid costly installation and operational failures. Plant owners face millions of dollars in replacement and production downtime costs for basic design oversights such as pipe clashes and pump failure.  

Learn how plant designers can now provide faster, safer engineering designs without manual data-transfer mistakes, improving the accuracy between structural and piping engineering groups. Listen to technical experts demonstrate the benefit of 3D visualization under hot operating and extreme conditions such as earthquakes, where moving piping and structural systems can severely damage or cause failure of associated plant equipment.

Learning Objectives:
• The advantages of 3D Hot ‘Clash’ Interference to avoid costly operation mistakes
• How to transfer engineering data efficiently for faster, less error-prone structural and piping designs
• How to create more accurate, safer combined Structural/Piping models through multi-discipline integration
• How to shorten project timelines

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​Instructions for Archived Webcasts

To earn credit for an archived webcast, you must register to view the on-demand event and complete the supplied quiz after viewing the presentation. If you answer at least 80 percent of the questions correctly, you can immediately download a certificate of completion and will be awarded 1.0 professional development hour (equivalent to 0.1 continuing education unit in most states.)

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Archived Webcasts Options Air Date Expiration
Webcast: Trends in Transportation – How to Increase Your Competitive Edge
A Civil + Structural Engineer Webcast

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08/12/2014 08/12/2015
Webcast: Best Practices for 3D Modeling and Transportation Design
A Civil + Structural Engineer Webcast

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07/22/2014 07/22/2015
Webcast: Can you see underground? With Bentley’s Subsurface Utility Engineering, you can.
A Civil + Structural Engineer Webcast

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04/16/2014 04/16/2015
Webcast: Predicting Vehicle Movements for Better Performing Transportation Systems
A CE News Webcast

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12/12/2013 12/12/2014
Webcast: Stormwater Post-Construction BMPs
A CE News Webcast

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11/21/2013 11/21/2014
Webcast: Design and Specification of Buckling-Restrained Braced Frame Structures Part 2
A SE Webcast

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11/07/2013 11/07/2014
Webcast: The Autodesk BIM Specialist Certification for Roads and Highways: A Quick Spin
A CE News Webcast

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10/24/2013 10/24/2014
Webcast: Using OpenRoads Technology to Accelerate 3D Models
A CE News Webcast

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10/10/2013 10/10/2014
Webcast: Information Modeling for Civil Engineering: From 3D Modeling to Visualization
CE News Webcast

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09/26/2013 09/26/2014
Webcast: Get to “Yes” Faster with Agency and Community Stakeholders
CE News Webcast

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09/12/2013 09/12/2014

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Continuing Education Sponsors

Contech Engineered Solutions LLC PCA Portland Cement Association David Evans and Associates Inc. North American Green Tekla Propex Geosynthetics Tensar International Bentley Systems, Incorporated CONTECH Stormwater Solutions Fyfe Company LLC Autodesk, Inc Esri ARX, Inc. Microsoft SAGlobal AIRVAC T.Y. Lin StormTrap