Help us build the BSCES community by sharing your achievements. Have you or your company recently been recognized for a professional accomplishment, passed the Professional Engineer Exam, received a promotion, or changed employers? Send your news to BSCES Association Manager, Rich Keenan, firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find here the latest news and announcements from BSCES. These include reports on local and national occurrences impacting the civil engineering profession and the latest BSCES undertakings and member benefits.
While the New Bedford Hurricane Barrier isn’t necessarily “historic,” it's still an incredibly interesting and important structure that’s provided storm surge protection to one of the nation’s busiest... Read More
The bridge carrying Route 44 over Route 24 in Raynham, MA, is a critical asset within the local and regional transportation networks, providing a regional link between Providence, RI, and Southeast... Read More
GEI was retained by Weeks Marine, Inc. to provide design services for the construction of new offshore material handling platforms at their aggregate processing plant in Perth Amboy, NJ. When completed,... Read More
SEI provides opportunities for structural engineers to network and enhance their technical and professional knowledge. If you are a structural engineer looking for an active group to participate with... Read More
The bridge that carries state routes 4 and 225 over the Shawsheen River in Bedford was found by MassDOT to be in serious need of work. At the same time, it is a primary corridor for east-west traffic... Read More
If you’re a railroad enthusiast or interested in iconic New England infrastructure, you’re likely familiar with the Canton Viaduct, also referred to by locals as the “Great Wall of Canton”. Constructed... Read More
A central corridor in New Bedford, Massachusetts, Union Street has long illustrated the historic story of this beautiful city. As part of the city’s overall revitalization efforts, CDM Smith is partnering... Read More
Important: To be recognized as a BSCES member you must login using your BSCES assigned username and password.
Please note: BSCES membership is handled through ASCE. To update your contact information, please visit their Manage Your Account page.
If you have additional questions regarding registration, please contact us at 617/227-5551 or email@example.com.
Supported by the staff of The Engineering Center Education Trust