|May. 6, 2015|
CSCE 2015 Annual Conference
The Social Evening tickets for Canada's one and only RCMP Heritage Centre tour and dinner are selling out fast. Get yours today to avoid disappointment!
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Looking for your membership card?
Log in as a member on the CSCE website. You will be taken to a page entitled "My Account". There you will find instructions on how to locate and download your card as well as your receipt for membership dues paid. More
Cherchez-vous votre carte de membre?
Ouvrez une session sur le site SCGC. Vous serez dirigés vers une page intitulée "Mon compte". Vous y trouverez des instructions pour localiser et télécharger votre carte ainsi que votre reçu pour le paiement de votre cotisation. More
Lifelong Learning / Formation continue
CSA-S6 Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code 2015
Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon
May 12-15, 2015
CSA-S850 Design and Assessment of Buildings Subjected to Blast Loads
May 27, 2015
This course presents CSA S850, Canada’s first standard for the design and assessment of buildings subjected to blast loads. It is the most detailed and comprehensive standard of its kind in the world.More
CSCE Member is First Canadian to Win ACI Student Award
Congratulations to CSCE member Ahmad Shahroodi, a PhD candidate at the department of Civil Engineering at the University of Ottawa. Mr. Shahroodi has been awarded best paper in the American Concrete Institute/James Instruments Student Award for Research on NDT of Concrete.More
Student and Young Professional Programming at CSCE 2015
The 2015 CSCE Annual Conference is being held in Regina, Saskatchewan from May 27 to 30, 2015. Similar to previous years, there will be an exciting program with educational workshops as well as social events in the evenings. Click the link to learn more and to sign up for email updates. More
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