Events

NSPE-CO Central Chapter October Dinner-  The Hyperloop: A New Form of Transportation

What is hyperloop? The fastest, cleanest and safest way to connect the world. 

Learn more about it Thursday, October 26th at the Central Chapter October Dinner Program. Networking 6-7pm , dinner at 7pm.

A proposal to build a "hyperloop" transportation system in Colorado with people riding back and forth in a tube at high speed has been named one of 10 winners in a global competition held by Los Angeles-based Hyperloop One.  The state’s winning proposal was from the Rocky Mountain Hyperloop team, which includes the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), Denver International Airport and the city of Greeley.

Hyperloop One, CDOT, and AECOM -- CDOT’s partner in the proposal -- will shift into a public-private partnership to start a feasibility study of a Front Range hyperloop route from Cheyenne to Pueblo

Presenter Dave Clute has spent more than 35 years working with architects, engineers, facility managers, owners and others on a range of global architectural and engineering projects involving facility life-cycle management from concept design to demolition/disposal.  As the Intelligent Building Operations Director at ESD, he provides thought leadership, leading key initiatives and ensuring clients and project teams deliver truly intelligent buildings. He is a frequent speaker, presenter and panelist at conferences such as Realcomm, IBcon, CoreTech and CoreNet Global.  As an NREL Energy Executive, CoreNet Global Innovator award winner and co-founder of OSCRE , he is focused on Improving Society Through the Built Environment.  

 

This dinner is at the centrally located Holiday Inn Select Denver- Cherry Creek (455 South Colorado Blvd at Cherry Creek Drive North). Parking in the hotel's garage is free.   
 
Registration starts at 6pm, with networking time before the dinner at 7pm,  followed by the dinner presentation about 7:30pm. Cost is $40 per person and students are welcome at a special student discounted rate of just $5 for the dinner and program. Cash or check are accepted for payment at the event, or

you can RSVP and pay by credit card here.  Registrations after noon on Tuesday October 24th are $45.

For questions or to RSVP contact Rick Skaflen by email at rick.nd66@live.com.  or call (720) 201-5990. 

 

 

Symposium for Sustainable Infrastructure - 2

SSI-2 will be held November 3-4, 2017 at the SEEC MacAllister Building on the University of Colorado Boulder Campus. The Symposium brings together professionals, government officials, academics and students from all areas, including engineering firms, government agencies, utilities and universities.

Over 200 attendees will come  together for two full days of learning and networking. The second day is devoted to Envision training that will empower many of them to assess sustainability projects.

Join us for SSI-2 and take the opportunity to interface with some of the brightest minds in academia, engineering, planning, and policy.

Click here for details and to register.

 

 

2017 NSPE-CO Awards

The NSPE-CO Awards, recognize Excellence in the Engineering Profession.  The 2017 Awards were presented on Thursday, June 15th, 2017 at the Lone Tree Golf Club and Hotel.

 

Thank you to our great 2017 NSPE-CO Awards sponsors!

 2017 Platinum Sponsor:

          

 

2017 Silver Sponsor:

 

Photo Sponsor:

The Unfound Door

 

Bronze Sponsors:

Palace Construction, The Law Office of James Nelson and The NSPE-CO Central Chapter

 

Educator of the Year and Student of the Year Awards sponsored by the NSPE-CO Education Foundation

 

 

NSPE-CO & ASCE Southern Colorado Branch 2017 Golf Tournament

The 24th Year of the NSPE-CO Golf Tournament and fourth year in partnership with ASCE Southern Colorado Branch was Monday, June 19th, 2017.  Thank you to everyone that participated.


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