The EPA has announced "The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is adding 10 and proposing to add eight hazardous waste sites to the Superfund program’s National Priorities List (NPL). These sites have contamination from a variety of sources, including manufacturing, mining, battery recycling and dry cleaning" The Bonita Peak Mining District, including the Gold King Mine, is included.
Learn about about the field of Forensic Engineering from one of the leaders in the field. Hear Ed's thoughts on possible legislative reforms on Construction Defect laws.
Thank you to everyone that participated inThe 2016 NSPE-CO Awards on July 21st at the Lone Tree Golf Club and Hotel. In its third year, the NSPE-CO Awards dinner was our most successful yet. Nominations are open now for the 2017 Awards!
Congratulations to the 2016 NSPE-CO Award Honorees:
Maito Okamoto (Colorado School of Mines) - Student of the Year
Rich Schultz (Cheyenne Mountain High School) - High School Educator of the Year
Dr. Ray Littlejohn (University of Colorado) - College Educator of the Year
Kelly Rhoades, P.E. (Zachry Engineering) -Young Engineer of the Year
Victor Sam, P.E. (Santech)- Minority Engineer of the Year
J.R. Whipple, P.E. (Knott Laboratorys) -Project Manager of the Year
Kevin Houck, P.E. (State of Colorado, Colorado Water Conservation Board) - Public Sector Engineer of the Year
Chuck Piersall, P.E. (Missle Defense Agency) - Manager of the Year
Noelle Cochran, P.E., F-NSPE (AECOM) - Woman Engineer of the Year
RMG - Residential Project of the Year
Knott Laboratorys -Private Sector Project of the Year
2016 Platinum Sponsors:
2016 Silver Sponsors:
The Law Office of James E. Nelson
Rocky Mountain Group (RMG) Engineers
Contact the NSPE-CO state office at (303) 480-1160 to get information on how your company can sponsor the 2017 NSPE-CO Awards.
At the NSPE Annual Meeting in Dallas in June, the NSPE House of Delegates governing body elected NSPE-CO Past President Michael Aitken, P.E., to serve at the national level. Michael will be Vice President 2016-17, President-Elect 2017-18, and will be national President in 2018-19.
NSPE-CO nominated Michael for the position and wishes him great success!
October 22nd - Meeting to occur in Colorado Springs, details to follow
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Job Title: Engineering Manager (Colorado Springs, CO)
This is a unique and exciting opportunity for an experienced Municipal Water/Wastewater/Civil Engineer to join the Farnsworth Group Colorado Springs, CO office. This key leadership position will work to build a client focused, technically excellent municipal and water/ wastewater engineering team to serve clients in the state of Colorado and the western region of our company.
Qualified candidates will provide technical leadership related to water/ wastewater engineering as well as have an entrepreneurial drive to develop business opportunities. Specific responsibilities include cultivating strong client relationships, leading marketing activities, building a local team, developing and mentoring staff, collaborating with other disciplines, establishing and maintaining budgets, and working in partnership with leadership throughout the company. The position will involve close coordination with the existing established team of water and wastewater engineers located in our Fort Collins, CO office.