NEVADA SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS A State Society of the National Society of Professional Engineers
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state organization that promotes and defends the engineering
profession as well as protects the public health, safety and
"NSPE is the only state
engineering society representing all disciplines of engineering.
NSPE promotes the protection of the public health, safety and
welfare through the ethical and competent practice of engineering.
NSPE strongly advocates licensure and enhances the image and well
being of its members."
Protection of the
public, ethical conduct, professionalism, competency, licensure,
community service, and fulfillment of member needs.
1. Promote the
competent, ethical and professional practice of engineering.
2. Enhance the image
and stature of the engineering profession.
3. Provide education,
career development, networking opportunities and other benefits
professionals and students.
4. Advocate the
interest of engineering professionals and protect the public
through effective government
relations and licensure programs.
5. Promote community
service as a professional obligation.
2014-2015 Board of Directors Southern
We are pleased to announce this month's joint luncheon with
ASCE. This months guest speaker will be
Eric Elison, P.E with Ninyo & Moore. Mr. Elison will be
presenting on "Geotechnical Challenges Associated with Project
Linq and the Vegas High Roller".
The meeting will be held of Wednesday, August 20, 2014, at Lawry's Prime Rib, 4043 Howard
The National E-Week Finale Dinner was held on Saturday, February 22,
2014 at the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino with the theme of Part of
Something Bigger. The Order of the Engineer oath was held at
5:00 pm and hosted cocktail hour at 6:00 pm. Dinner was served at
7:15 pm follwed by the program of scholarships, awards and door
prizes. An After Party was hosted by Slater Hanifan Group.
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October 2014 PE
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