NYSSPE Holds Successful Fall Conference in Syracuse, New York

The New York State Society of Professional  Engineers (NYSSPE) held its annual Fall Conference in Syracuse, New York on October 26th through 28th.  A variety of classes were offered covering topics including Structural Building Condition Reviews, Detectors, Meters and Air Quality Measurements, Cellular Confinement & Load Support as well as Engineering Ethics.  Attendees received up to 5PDHs during the conference.

There was also business conducted at the meeting in the form of NYSSPE’s Executive Committee meeting and Board of Directors (BOD) meeting.  The Practicing Institute of Engineering (PIE) and the Foundation for Engineering Education (FEE) also held their Executive Committee meetings.

The most notable action from the meetings was that NYSSPE’s BOD voted to integrate with the NSPE’s proposed unified dues model which will lower member dues to $299. If the model is officially accepted, it will take effect on July 1st.  The model, which we have previously written about here, was crafted by a special National Committee on which NYSSPE Executive Director Anthony Fasano, P.E. served.

A very big thank you to all of the NYSSPE staff, sponsors and exhibitors for making this event a success for everyone.

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