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SEI Technical Session

February 27, 2018
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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LJA Engineering Inc. (West Houston office)
2929 Briarpark Drive
Houston, TX 77042


Join your peers for the next SEI Houston Chapter Luncheon Technical Session:

“The future of offshore wind in the US”

Offshore wind has a key role to play in the powering of future generations. The ability to produce utility scale generation within close proximity to major population centers makes the advantages of offshore wind undeniable. The European market has shown that it can achieve parity with legacy forms of power generation. However, we must not proceed by blindly attempting to fit the European model into the growing US market. There are key differences, commercial, local conditions and supply chain, that simply must be addressed with a relentless focus on driving down costs. In particular, there are local offshore soils conditions in the North East, that could lead to different foundation solutions. Each of these will be addressed in this presentation to define European practice and how that could translate to the new US market.

Speaker: Cameron Dunn

Where: LJA Engineering, 5th Floor Training room @ 2929 Briarpark Dr., Houston, TX, 77042

When: Tuesday, February 27th, 2018, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Cost w/RSVP: $25 ($20 for Government Employees, or $15 Students)

Walk-in Attendee: $30

Type “RSVP” in the subject line of an email to: (seating may limited so please let us know if you will be attending)

Speaker Bio: Cameron Dunn of Arup is a professional engineer with offshore and onshore consulting engineering experience. His technical expertise is primarily focused within offshore engineering for energy markets including multidiscipline work including structural, process and systems, due diligence, assessment and design. The work included Conceptual Field Development Studies, Front End Engineering Design, Preliminary Engineering Design, Detail Design and Verification, as well as tender package development and preparation. In addition, he has held key business management roles including responsibilities for the technical execution and assurance project teams, industry participation in technical forums and publishing of research. This also includes Project Director and Project Manager Responsibilities for delivery of work.

The Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) is dedicated to serving and promoting the worldwide structural engineering profession and related industries by providing a forum for research, education, design, testing, manufacturing, construction, and operations in the structural engineering profession.

 Event Contact: Oliver Szymczyk, P.E. | President, SEI Houston

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$20.00 Government Employee

$15.00 Student


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