The Society maintains many Special Funds, each with its own specific mission. They are used to finance events, provide scholarships, grants and other similar activities.
Special Funds are originated by a donor or by the Board of Government. The funds are invested by the society and the accrued income from each fund is used to increase the principal of the fund, or is expended in a manner consistent with its mission. All fund investments and expenditures are subject to the approval of the Board of Government. The investment and expenditure policy encourages expenditure of income in excess of what is necessary to maintain the purchasing power value of each fund in the face of inflation.
The Ralph W. Horne Fund, established June 29, 1964, is a bequest of $3,000 that was received from the Directors of Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, Inc.The Lester Gaynor Fund was established on December 20, 1982 from a gift of $1,500 from Mr. Gaynor to the Section. On May 21, 2018, the Board of Government... Read More
The Joseph C. Lawler Fund was established in March 1986 in memory of ASCE Civil Engineering Management Award winner Joseph C. Lawler to provide a forum to discuss important aspects of engineering management. Read More
Since establishment of the BSCES Legislative Fellowship in 2001, BSCES Legislative Fellows have provided technical civil engineering resources to the Massachusetts Legislature (Massachusetts House of Representatives and State Senate) as lawmakers and their staffs formulate public policy and shape... Read More
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