BSCES publishes its member newsletter, BSCESNews, each month between September and June. This newsletter features mix of topical articles, Society news and upcoming program announcements. Overseen by an editorial board comprised of member volunteers, BSCESNews is currently produced as a PDF document, posted on this website and distributed as an emailed hyperlink to Society members. Advertising in BSCESNews is an efficient an inexpensive way to reach the more than 3,400 civil engineers, students and affiliated professional across the Commonwealth who are members of BSCES. Consult the BSCESNews Rate Card for display and classified advertising fees, format and placement instructions.
The theme and featured group for this issue are Energy/Sustainability and the Committee on Sustainability respectively. In addition to featured articles, firm and classified advertisements, we are also... Read MoreDownload
The theme and featured group for this issue are Transportation and the Transportation & Development Institute Boston Chapter respectively. In addition to featured articles, firm and classified advertisements,... Read MoreDownload
This month's issue features articles structured around the theme of State of Infrastructure. Articles cover topics from Bridge Inspection in "Forensics of Bridge Inspection-It’s More Interesting (and... Read MoreDownload
This May's issue features articles structured around the theme of Emergency Preparedness. Articles include "Designing Resilient Coastal Structures using 'Risk-Informed Decision Making'" by GZA's Daniel... Read MoreDownload
The April 2016 issue of BSCESNews is structured around the theme of Outreach & Volunteerism. Articles include "ASCE Corporate Partnership How AECOM and ASCE Work Together", "Listen up Younger Members:... Read MoreDownload
This month's issue features articles structured around the theme of Economic Outlook. Articles include A Mission of Improving Boston’s Water Resources, New Separated Bike Lane Guide Issued by MassDOT,... Read MoreDownload
This month's issue features articles structured around the theme of Water Infrastructure. Articles include Major Milestones in Boston Harbor Cleanup, and Statewide Climate Adaptation Management Plan.... Read MoreDownload
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