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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.
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.
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.
| CSCE Programs and Events / Programmes et événements de la SCGC|
|14th Global Joint Seminar on Geo-Environmental Engineering
May 21 - 22, 2015
|Fourth Climate Change Technology Conference
May 25 - 27, 2015
|The Climate Change Technology 2015 conference in Montreal will be featuring a Leeding Green course. |
|5th International / 11th Construction Specialty Conference (ICSC15)
||University of British Columbia
June 8 - 10, 2015
|Welcome to the 5th International/11th Construction Specialty Conference (ICSC 15). The conference provides the opportunity for researchers and practitioners of construction around the world to share the most recent innovations and developments in the construction industry.
|Jamaica Institution of Engineers + Bahamas Society of Engineers + CSCE Engineers Conference – 2015
||Pegasus Hotel, Nassau, Bahamass
September 21-23, 2015
|Call for Papers: April 30 2015
|The Jamaica Institution of Engineers (JIE), the Bahamas Society of Engineers (BSE) and the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) invite you to Engineers Conference 2015, the 1st collaborative conference of the three societies.
|Programs and Events from Partner Organizations / Programmes et événements d'organisations partenaires|
Growing with Youth / Croître avec les jeunes
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
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
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Leadership in Sustainable Infrastructure / Leadership en infrastructures
Ontario architects say emphasis on cost leads to bad design
Penny-pinching governments across Ontario are forcing architects to cut corners on design, leading to underwhelming skylines in cities like Toronto, says a provincial architecture group.
Replacement of Edmonton bridge delayed
Daily Commercial News
Three large steel girders that buckled on a key bridge under construction in Edmonton last month are being removed for repair or replacement.
Finance minister touts infrastructure and skills spending in 2015 budget
The NDP government says the main priority in the 2015 budget is infrastructure but the increased investments may still not be enough to appease civic and municipal leaders around the province.
The government plans to spend $15.5 billion in the coming year and will run a deficit of $422 million.
New Ontario lead-containing material handling guidelines fill in the gaps
Daily Commercial News
New lead-containing material handling guidelines published by the Environmental Abatement Council of Ontario (EACO) aim to enhance and simplify worker safety, remove confusion — and unnecessary expense – concerning worker protection requirements during construction, demolition, renovation, maintenance or repair.
Historic buildings could be saved by new infrastructure program
A national heritage group is praising a new federal infrastructure program that puts a focus on heritage buildings.
The new Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program was announced in last week's federal budget.
Natalie Bull, executive director of the National Trust for Canada, said historic buildings can be difficult for developers to take on.
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