Welcome to the NNE section of the
American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
NH Engineers Week Banquet and Exhibition
Thursday, February 21, 2013
SERESC Conference Center
29 Commerce Dr.
MRSS for Bridge Inspection, Lessons from Japan Earthquake, Spin Fin Piles for Offshore Structures
Exhibits and Social Hour
Dinner: Choice of – Chicken Cordon Bleu, Grilled Fillet of Beef, Scallop and Crab Stuffed Cod
Awards Presentation: Engineer of the Year, Young Engineer of the Year
$50 Seminars & $47 Dinner
Student rates are $25 & $30 respectively
This event is hosted by NHSPE and registration is to be made directly through the event website.
Additional event information:
There will also be a Maine Engineers Week Expo, March 2, 2013 on the campus of the
University of Southern Maine, 37 College Ave, Gorham, ME.
Meetings are open to all. Meeting costs listed are for dinner, with the presentation being free if you happen to arrive late.Please RSVP so that we may have a full head count.There are many products and services that are available to you just for being a member of ASME. Please see the ASME member benefits page for more information.
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