The links on this page are categorized into four principal categories:
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Professional Associations and Institutes
Engineers & Geoscientists BC certifies engineers to practice professional engineering in British Columbia.
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) regulates the practices of engineering and geoscience in Alberta.
The official website of the American Institute of Steel Construction. This web site is your online resource for information about the structural steel design & construction industry.
The homepage of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Non-profit organization that acts as a forum for sharing of experiences, ideas and knowledge in the BC construction industry. BCCR represents all sectors and interests of the construction industry and include engineers, architects, public and private owners in commercial and industrial sectors, large contractors, lawyers, financiers and major suppliers.
The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction promotes good design and safety, as well as the efficient, economical and sustainable use of structural steel.
The CSCE is a learned society intended to develop and maintain high standards of civil engineering practice in Canada and to enhance the public image of the civil engineering profession.
Excellent resources for wood-related design and construction in both Canada and the United States.
Wood WORKS! is a program by the Canadian Wood Council that aims to increase the use of wood in commercial, industrial and institutional construction.
The Cement Association of Canada represents 100% of Canadian cement producers and is the national and regional voice of Canada’s cement industry.
A global, nonprofit, technical society of engineers, geoscientists, architects, planners, public officials, and social scientists, focused on reducing earthquake-related risk by advancing the science and practise of earthquake engineering.
IStructE provides relevant and considered opinion on all structural engineering and public safety issues in the built environment.
Representing the masonry industry in British Columbia.
An international directory of Engineering Organizations and resources.
Providing Canadians with road infrastructure and urban transportation knowledge.
The following Continuing Professional Development providers offer on-line webinars, courses and other continuing education events that may be of interest:
These providers and others offer a mixture of free and at-cost, live and recorded structural engineering events for both members and visitors, so it is well worth searching their websites to see what you can access.
The National Research Council’s Institute for Research in Construction (IRC) is Canada’s construction technology centre.
An explanation of deep web search and a guide on using if for academic research.
A collection of student resources from the University of Minnesota, Duluth.
Student resources from the University of Western Ontario.
An extensive list of international bridge engineering links.
The web site for the weekly engineering news magazine.
Engineers Without Borders Canada works to support developing communities around the world.
Seismic-related information and access to the slide library at the U of Berkley.
International database and gallery of structures.
A monthly “Can you identify this bridge?” contest. Win a great coffee table book.
The Great Buildings Collection is a gateway to architecture from around the world and across history.
A searchable database of over 300 international standards, including ISO, ASTM, CSA, ASCE, etc.