The Government Affairs & Professional Practice Committee serves as both a catalyst and facilitator in promoting civil engineering professional concerns related to local or national government affairs. The committee’s mission is to investigate, study, and make recommendations concerning Standards of Practice affecting a combination of professional ethics, legislation and interagency coordination in which the civil engineer has a particular interest. Read More
Please join the YMG on November 22nd at the Arlington Street Church in Boston! The Arlington Street Church has been hosting the Friday Night Supper Program since 1984 where they serve up to 150 meals to Boston’s citizens. Read More
The Structural Engineering Institute Boston Chapter is hosting their 2019 Fall Lecture Series: Resilience and Sustainability for Structural Engineers - "Key Roles that Engineers Must Play in the Development and Integration of Future-Ready Infrastructure" Read More
The Transportation & Development Institute and UMass Civil Engineering Department are partnering to host an event on a campus with a very active ASCE Student Chapter. The full technical day kicks off with a seminar conducted by MassDOT Chief Engineer Patricia Leavenworth with the students. This will be followed by a panel to provide advice to the students as they embark on their professional careers. Read More
This presentation will provide an inside look at the design and construction of this transformative project as well as the innovative steps taken to get the project moving again after it had been stalled. Read More
Starting on Thursday, September 5th, the BSCES Professional Engineers Refresher Course features 12 sessions covering all aspects of the Profesional Engineer State Exam Read More
MA AEER TF is pleased to offer a full-day training seminar on the methods of assessment of the safety and usability of buildings after natural and man-made disasters. Professional Architects, Engineers, and Building Inspectors will become certified to assist local governments and perform safety evaluations of the built environment in the aftermath of a natural or man-made disaster. Upon completion of this Training, participants will be able to consistently and safely assess structures habitability... Read More
Sponsored by the BSCES Program Committee, this course is based on the Bridge Inspector's Reference Manual- and provides training to refresh the skills of practicing bridge inspectors. Read More
Come join the Geo-Institute of BSCES to kick off 2019-2020 at our start of year social hosted at Somerville Brewing Company (Slumbrew). Enjoy appetizers and refreshments in a reserved space with colleagues from the geotechnical industry. Read More
This annual seminar is dedicated to the memory of Bertram Berger. The theme of this year's seminar will be Leadership in the Storm: Combating Climate Change in the Bay State Read More
• Learn how to write clear and accurate risk statements. • Learn how to enhance team building and communication skills with internal and external stakeholders, and upper management. • Learn how to define and quantify uncertainties (risks) related to cost, schedule, and quality. Read More
Meet with your state legislators about engineering & land surveying community issues Read More
The lecture will briefly review several historical U.S. waste fill stability failures and the lessons learned from them. Read More
The South Boston Sewer Separation Project (SBSSP) consists of sewer separation work of 403 acres in South Boston. The impacted area is from Broadway to Andrew Square and the Expressway to Telegraph Hill, and the goal is to remove as much stormwater as possible from the existing combined sewer system. Read More
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