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
Sponsored by the BSCES Program Committee, this is a two-week course based on the -Bridge Inspector`s Reference Manual- and provides training on the safety inspection of in-service highway bridges. Read More
Hosted by MA Architects & Engineers Emergency Response Task Force, this workshop certifies attendees as Building Evaluators in the nationally recognized Safety Assessment Program (SAP). Read More
This webinar provides guidance on current and evolving design practice for Complete Streets. Read More
Come join the Geo-Institute and the Engineering Management Group of BSCES to kick off 2018-2019 at our start of year social hosted at Somerville Brewing Company (Slumbrew). Read More
Join the CI Boston Chapter, GI Boston Chapter, GAPP committee, and the T&DI Boston Chapter for an innovative infrastructure financing workshop on Friday, September 28, 2018. Read More
The Fall 2018 BSCES Professional Engineers Refresher Course features 12 sessions covering all aspects of the Professional Engineer State Exam. Read More
The BSCES Board of Government is comprised of the officers of the section and the most recent Past President. The officers of the section consist of a President, President Elect, two Senior Vice Presidents, two Vice Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Branch Vice President, and Technical Group Chairs. Read More
Members of the BSCES Executive Committee include the President, President-Elect, two Senior Vice Presidents, two Vice Presidents, Branch Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. The Executive Committee is responsible for making operational decisions and meets regularly for this purpose. Read More
BSCES Government Affairs and Professional Practice Committee Meeting Read More
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The Public Awareness and Outreach Committee is responsible for organizing, overseeing, and reporting all educational outreach on the K-12 level, and developing and/or participating in activities and creating/participating in the development of literature or other media with the explicit purpose of promoting Civil Engineering or the work of the BSCES to the public as a whole. Read More
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