Attendance at the 20th Annual NHDOT/ACEC-NH Technical Transfer Conference on April 18, 2019 was worth 6.0 Professional Developments Hours (PDH’s). We are pleased to present the final attendance list.
The New Hampshire Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-NH) recently returned from their third trip to Gwase, Uganda! With their in-country NGO partner, BuVoCoD, EWB-NH installed two drinking water wells and completed monitoring of the three supply wells installed as part of the January 2018 trip. To date, EWB-NH’s work in Uganda has helped provide a source of clean drinking water to over 5,500 people! For more information on becoming involved or donating to the project please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website www.ewbnh.org.
Below is the list of the ACEC-NH 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) winners. This year the program received 11 entries from 10 member firms. Our judges had to make some tough decisions as we received a great group of projects this year. Congratulations to all the Winners!
The entry by Hardesty & Hanover & FIGG Bridge Engineers was the “Overall Winner” signifying the year’s most outstanding engineering achievement for the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge between New Hampshire and Maine.
You can view photos of all the projects Here. Please look for our full page AD highlighting the winners and all entries in an April edition of the NH Business Review.
The EEA Awards Luncheon was held on Thursday, March 21st at the Puritan Backroom in Manchester, NH. The event had over 60 registered attendees including several project owners and clients. Special thanks to Alicia Dunstan who served as event M.C