NSPE-CO Award Dinner 2017 NSPE-CO Award Dinner 2017
DENVER — On Thursday, June 15, 2017, the National Society of Professional Engineers of Colorado (NSPE-CO) held an award dinner at Lone Tree Golf Club and... NSPE-CO Award Dinner 2017

DENVER — On Thursday, June 15, 2017, the National Society of Professional Engineers of Colorado (NSPE-CO) held an award dinner at Lone Tree Golf Club and Hotel for 30+ attendees.

Speakers at the event included:

Past Winners, Steve Conklin (President of NSPE-CO),

Patrick Roberts (Senior Project Engineer at Martin/Martin, Inc., President Elect NSPE-CO, Treasurer CMAA Colorado)

0088_RHP_6304Congratulations to the following winners:

Dave Kreneck, P.E., F-NSPE 2017 Selection as NSPE Fellow

Ethan Alcazar (Eaton High School) – K-12 Student of the Year

Clinton Parapat (Colorado School of Mines 2017 Graduate) – University Student of the Year

Matt Bixby (Cherry Creek Challenge School) – K-12 Educator of the Year

Peter Marxhausen, P.E. (University of Colorado- Denver) – University Educator of the Year

William Pierce, P.E. (Knott Laboratory) -Young Engineer of the Year

Steve Knapp, P.E. (Knott Laboratorys) -Project Manager of the Year

Mark Westberg, P.E. (City of Wheatridge) – Public Sector Engineer of the Year

Nate Dowden, P.E. (RMG Engineering) – Manager of the Year

Pamela Quillin, P.E. (Quillin Engineering) – Woman Engineer of the Year

Martin/Martin, Inc. – Project of the Year

NSPE-CO is comprised of four local Chapters (Central, Northern, Southern, Pikes Peak) throughout the State of Colorado with approximately 400 members.  Each Chapter organizes and conducts chapter meetings from September through May of each year. Chapter meetings feature guest speakers on topics relevant to the engineering community. Socializing, networking and education are key features of each meeting. An annual meeting of all chapters is held in early June.

National Society of Professional Engineers – Colorado Chapter was organized as a member State of the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1949.

Images courtesy of The Unfound Door.

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