Engineering Firms Invited to Attend and Exhibit at Engineering Expo on March 22nd, 2015.

Engineering firms as well as the construction community at large are invited to attend and exhibit at the Lower Hudson Valley Engineering Expo on Sunday March 22nd in White Plains, NY.  At least 40-50 engineering firms and public agencies are expected to participate and present interactive displays, innovations and exhibits focusing on engineering opportunities for the challenges of today’s economic uncertainties and international competition for engineering services.  This is a great opportunity for small to mid-sized engineering firms to network, collaborate, learn and interact with dozens of other small to large engineering entities, agencies, as well as an opportunity to display their recent accomplishments and look for future project opportunities.  Attendance to the Engineering Expo is free. [Read more…]

NYSSPE Participates in the 10th Annual Lower Hudson Valley Engineering EXPO

This past weekend, The New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) participated in the 10th Annual Lower Hudson Valley Engineering EXPO at White Plains High School.  NYSSPE chapters that were represented included Westchester/Putnam , Rockland County, and Orange/Sullivan.  (See below for the results of our newspaper tower contest.)

The NYSSPE Rockland Chapter was the founding organization of the Engineering EXPO 10 years ago.

The Engineering EXPO is intended to be a fun, hands-on learning event with a goal of teaching students and adults how engineering impacts almost everything we do on a daily basis. [Read more…]

NYSSPE to Participate in 10th Annual Engineering EXPO

LHV Engineering EXPOThe New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) is excited to be participating in the 10th Annual Lower Hudson Valley Engineering EXPO on April 7th in White Plains.

The NYSSPE Rockland Chapter was the founding organization of the Engineering EXPO 10 years ago.

The Engineering EXPO is a fun, hands-on learning event with a goal of teaching students and adults how engineering impacts what we eat, how we work, play and learn, to how we travel, communicate and stay healthy. [Read more…]