NYSSPE Members are invited to network with NY State Town Officials, Town Engineers and to attend a conference and exhibition event with several engineering presentations (6-PDH) which will be held at the Times Square Marriott hotel in Manhattan, NY on Monday February 20, 2023. The New York State Association of towns conference and exhibition event attracts town officials, town engineers and registrants from 62 New York counties and about one-third of all New York towns. The event will be held on Monday February 20th, 2023, at the Times Square Marriott hotel in Manhattan, NY. For more information and to register to the 6-PDH seminar, <Click Here>
The 6-PDH engineering seminar at the conference will include presentations by Woodward & Curran, Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers, PSI Process, Collado Engineering, as well as the NYC Department of Buildings. Topics will include Storm Drainage Deficiencies and Flood Risk Determination, Building Energy Efficiency Planning and Design Solutions, Evolving Challenges and Solutions or upgrades of Water & Sewage Plants and Rock Stabilization for Slopes and Excavations. Robert Holub, RA; Executive Director of Code Development at the NYC Department of Buildings will present an Overview of the new 2022 New York City Construction Codes. For more information and to register to the 6-PDH seminar, <Click Here>
The Association of Towns of the State of New York was established in 1933 to help towns obtain greater economy and efficiency. The Association serves town governments by providing training programs, research and information services, technical assistance, legal services, insurance programs and a variety of publications to member towns. It represents town governments by providing advocacy in Albany, monitoring legislation and regulatory action, lobbying and presenting initiatives solely on behalf of towns. The Association gains all of its revenue from dues and activities and receives no State or federal assistance.
The New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) represents the interests of professional engineers, totaling more than 25,000 licensees in New York State, practicing in all disciplines (civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, geotechnical, environmental, etc) and practicing in all practice settings (private sector consulting, industry, government, and education). NYSSPE members consist of engineering professionals, engineers in training and engineering students from all disciplines and employment sectors that advocates licensure, promotes the ethical, competent and lawful practice of engineering, and enhances the image and interests of its members and the engineering profession.
For more information and to register to the 6-PDH engineering seminar, <Click Here>
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