The final lecture of the 2017 SEI Fall Lecture Series on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 is titled You Want to Build It How? and features Tom Ziemna, PE, Zieman Engineering Read More
Lecture 4 of the 2017 SEI Fall Lecture Series on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 will focus on Legal Aspects and Risk Managment and features David Hatem, PC, Donovan Hatem LLP, and Paul Kelley, PE, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Read More
Lecture 3 of the 2017 SEI Fall Lecture Series on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 will focus on Structural Issues during Construction and features Alan Fisher, PE, Cianbro Corporation. Read More
Lecture 2 of the 2017 SEI Fall Lecture Series on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 is titled Blurred Lines and features Joseph Gill, PE, Gill Engineering and Kevin Lampron Jr., J.F. White Contracting Co. Read More
The Structural Engineering Institute Boston Chapter is hosting their 2017 Fall Lecture Series: Construction Aspects of Structural Engineering - "If You Design It, Can They Build It?" Read More
The instructors combine to present the critical knowledge and skills you need in order to take advantage of the cost effective use of earth retaining structures in rural and urban construction for transportation, energy, commercial and industrial development. From start to finish - from design to construction and general site development - the instructors will lead you through the myriad of different retaining wall systems from which you can choose for your project. Read More
The expansion of the Panama Canal Locks is a construction and engineering marvel. The canal expansion utilized over 10,000 workers, more concrete than the Hoover Dam, and approximately 25 times the amount of steel used to erect the Eiffel Tower. Mr. Pansic is the deputy design engineer of the Design Consortium for the Third Set of Locks which makes up $3.2 billion of the $5 billion dollar Panama Canal Expansion. The Consortium is composed of MWH Global, Tetra-Tech and Iv Infra from the Netherlands.... Read More
Starting on Tuesday, February 23, the BSCES Professional Engineers Refresher Course features 12 sessions covering all aspects of the Profesional Engineer State Exam. Read More
The Francis M. Keville Memorial Fund was established in 1989 from donations in recognition of Mr. Francis M. Keville’s efforts and abilities to take his vision of large public transportation projects and make them a reality. The fund provides a forum to discuss important aspects of transportation and construction related matters through an annual function. Read More
Lecture 1 - The State of Wicked Fast Bridge Construction in New England Read More
Casey Arborway Construction Tour and Networking Social on Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 4:00 PM at Forest Hills Station Bicycle Cage Read More
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