The 2017 Annual Banquet is set for Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at the Westin Convention Center Hotel with Guest Speaker Phil Bourque. Reservations will open November 1, 2016
We have rolled out a great deal for our young engineers…
ESWP offers an “Under-35” dues rate of $25 annually, with a limited time offer of NO entrance fee ( a $55 savings!) Now is the time to add ESWP to your professional network and expand your horizons. Our Young Member Forum is gaining momentum by offering quality programs designed specifically with the young engineer in mind. Click here: https://eswp.com/membership/individual-membership-2/
Summer fun! The ESWP Young Member Forum combined forces with those of the ASCE, ASHE, EWB, TBP and SAME in hosting a Summer Social on August 19. The event was held at the Pittsburgh Engineers’ Building and featured craft beers, and a special summer Sangria cooler, along with lots of great food. Each of the hosting groups provided a gift basket for door prize table, where attendees could try their luck at baskets of their choosing. Representatives from each of the hosting groups also previewed their upcoming continuing education activities. Keep an eye on the ESWP website for the next mixer, scheduled for the December holiday season. For more information on ESWP’s Young Member Forum, contact Outreach Coordinator Taylor Bombalski.
Very promising news for graduating engineers as reported in the August 5 issue of the Pittsburgh Business Times…PBT reports on the local job market for engineers and the ways that local universities are preparing their students to fill these roles. Best wishes to all our student members, and remember, ESWP is here to help!
More than 100 ESWP Members’ and their guests enjoyed a delicious lunch and a discussion on the past, present and future projects with Mark Compton, PA Turnpike CEO. Thank you to Mr. Compton for taking time to speak at the ESWP and our members for another great event. Stay up to date with all the ESWP news at eswp.com.
ESWP sends a big thanks to member Tom Leech for volunteering to speak at the Sept 25 Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council walking tour, which hosted many international visitors.
From the GPAC: “It was a tremendous success, and I think that we made a great connection with the Nepali and Bhutanese community. Your talk was outstanding, and I loved hearing how you described the bridge like a backbone; your enthusiasm for bridges and Pittsburgh history was clearly evident.”
Thank you Tom!
We have been hard at work over the last several months redesigning a site that is dynamic, modern and scalable to fit all of your devices, including handhelds and portables. Please spend some time browsing our new layout and let us know what you like and where we may still need to make improvements. One thing we learned for sure through this conversion: we have an extensive website filled with a lot of information that serves a variety of stakeholders. Like all active websites, we will continue to work on improvements as we move forward. In the meantime, enjoy the newly designed ESWP website and please share your feedback with us!