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NH Joint Engineering Societies Calendar
Starting January 13, 2015
at NH Department of Transportation, Concord
Friday, January 30, 2015
Waterville Valley Resort
for questions contact Jay Hodkinson
February 22-28, 2015
Awards Banquet & Exhibition
Thursday, February 26, 2015
SERESC Conference Center
29 Commerce Drive
In February, engineers, land use planners and other professional consultants can learn to use a new on-line tool in a 60 minute webinar presented by NH Resilient Coasts. The "Coastal Viewer" brings together existing spatially-explicit hazards information and includes dozens of different data sets including the location of impervious surfaces (such as parking lots), wetlands, transmission and pipelines, roads, critical community assets, culverts and conservation and developed areas. The Coastal Viewer will help the user visualize storm and sea-level rise impacts to upland areas, beaches and salt marshes, developed areas, infrastructure, and schools and town buildings.
The webinar will be presented by Fay Rubin, Director of the GRANIT System, the NH statewide geographic information system; and Cheryl Coviello of GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc and member of the NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup (NHCAW).
Learn how to take advantage of this new tool which will be made available for free use.
To be advised of the webinar date and time and registration information, contact Roger Stephenson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year, the NH Section recognizes an exceptional project with the New Hampshire Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) award. Nominations for this year's OCEA award will be due March 20, 2015.
Please check the NHASCE website - updated application materials will be posted soon.
Please contact Britt Audet at email@example.com for more information.
HIGH SCHOOL RECIPIENTS
Jeffrey Robichaud, Henniker, NH
Sonja Hansson, Walpole NH
Benjamin Enos, Plaistow, NH UNH
Priscilla Tengdin, Durham, NH
Joshua Mele, Milford, NH
each recipient receives $1,200
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The New Hampshire Section is a chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, a world wide professional society, active in all facets of the civil engineering profession.
It is the mission of the ASCE - New Hampshire Section to uphold and enhance the integrity of the civil engineering profession by collaboration of our engineers, communication with our legislators, interaction with our educators and students, and service to our community.
Updated: January 20, 2015