SESOC is looking forward to welcoming you to our 2019 Conference. For more infomration or to submit a paper, please visit the conference website.

SESOC is proud to be partnering with the Temporary Works forum (NZ).

TWf (NZ) has been established to encourage open discussion on any matter related to Temporary Works, for the benefit of the New Zealand Construction Industry.

TWf (NZ) has released a Draft Temporary Works: Procedural Control Good Practice Guide.
For more information please visit their homepage (

South Island Travelling Lectures
Slides from the SESOC President South Island travelling lectures are now available for members at the link below. Many thanks to our presenters,
Prof. Jason Ingham, Dr. Dmyto Dizhur and Dr. Lucas Hogan
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Body of Knowledge and Skills
The BOKS has been developed in consultation with SESOC members and Engineering NZ, to define the knowledge and skills expected of a CPEng–level structural engineer.
Now Available
MemDes+ 1.0 is now available in the software page. It builts on the MemDes engine and aids the analysis as well as the design of steel members.
Kaikoura Response

John Hare explains the impact of the Kaikoura Earthquake on Wellington buildings

Interim Design Guidance

Design of conventional structural systems following the Canterbury earthquakes

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Upcoming Events

Position Statements


IStructE 2018 President

SESOC is pleased to welcome Faith Wainwright as the 2018 IStructE President. A video of her inaugural address: “Working Together for a Creative and Collaborative

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IStructE Annual Awards 2018

Members are reminded that entries are open for the 2018 IStructE Annual Awards. New Zealand has typically done well over the years including one award

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