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
In the 2016 publication, State of the Built Environment: Greater Boston’s Infrastructure, A Better City in Partnership with the Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy teamed up to lay out the needs of the region’s transportation, energy, water, sewer and waste management systems. In the report, the state of infrastructure in nearly 150 communities surrounding Boston were measured. Join us for this year’s Joseph C. Lawler Lecture to hear what the team determined were the major infrastructure... Read More
Reducing phosphorus (P) loading is a key management tool for controlling Lake Erie eutrophication. During the 1960s and 1970s, increased phosphorus inputs degraded water quality, stimulated algal blooms, and reduced central basin hypolimnetic oxygen to levels that eliminated thermal habitat vital to cold-water organisms and contributed to the extirpation of important benthic macro invertebrate prey species. Read More
In 1983, the Arthur Casagrande Fund was established to support a lecture given every other year by an eminent engineer with longstanding achievement in practice, teaching and/or research in geotechnical engineering. 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
Curt Spalding, USEPA Region One administrator, will talk about how challenges like climate change are impacting water management issues throughout New England. EPA New England has worked through some of these challenges with more holistic and comprehensive approaches to protect some of our most iconic resources. Read More
Water scarcity is an increasing problem throughout the world. Desalination has been deployed worldwide to expand the supply of freshwater, especially for coastal populations. But concerns remain about the energy consumption of the process. In this talk, Professor Lienhard will discuss research directed at understanding the causes of energy inefficiency in various desalination processes and efforts to adapt concepts from thermal engineering to improve the design of both thermal and membrane desalination... Read More
Lecture 1 - The State of Wicked Fast Bridge Construction in New England Read More
2nd Biennial Charles C. Ladd Memorial Lecture will be held on Monday, November 6, 2017 at 5:30PM at Northeastern University. Registration is free to all! This lecture will be organized under the theme, Selected Case Histories of Ground Characterization and Performance: SHANSEP and Beyond. The speaker for this event is Demetrious C. Koutsoftas, PE, GE, Geotechnical Consultant, DKGC, Inc. Read More
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