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Rebuilding Together is a nationwide non-profit organization that coordinates volunteers and sponsorship in an effort to renovate neighborhood facilities and repair the homes of low-income, disabled, and elderly homeowners.  SEAONC has sponsored a Rebuilding Together project every year since 2001, and we are excited to keep this tradition going!

For more information on the non-profit, nationwide organization, you can visit their website and the San Francisco chapter website.

Rebuilding Together 2019
This year’s Rebuilding Together event was a huge success! Over 25 SEAONC members and friends volunteered on Saturday, April 27th at Glen Park Canyon trail in San Francisco to help rebuild sections of the trail and remove invasive species from the area.
Over the course of two weekends, we constructed edging for eroded areas of the trail, removed invasive radish plants which had overgrown into stretches of the trail, pruned overgrown vines, and resurfaced box steps.

This event would not have been possible without the support of our SEAONC members who came out to volunteer alongside our Rebuilding Together San Francisco Project Leads (Paul Gray and Mark Bonsignore), our partner organization SF Rec and Parks, and our amazing project donors listed below. Thank you for helping us keep this long-standing SEAONC tradition going strong.
 2019 Sponsors  
 Degenkolb Engineers  Forell/Elsesser Engineers
 KPFF Consulting  Kari Klaboe
 WJE  Kircher and Associates
 SidePlate  Coffman Engineers, Inc
 Tuan and Robinson  Ariel Creagh
 Rutherford & Chkene  




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2020-2021 Sponsors

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Structural Engineers Association
of Northern California
575 Market Street Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94105
Phone: 415.974.5147

Mission: To advance the practice of structural engineering, to build community among our members, and to educate the public regarding the structural engineering profession.

Vision: A world in which structural engineers are valued by the public for their contributions to building a safer and stronger community.