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We've Moved!

CSCE has moved to! Please note our new address:

521-300 Rue St-Sacrement
Montreal, QC
H2Y 1X4

Please note our telephone number will remain the same
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Nous avons déménagé!

Noter notre nouvelle addresse:

La SCGC a déménagé au :
300, rue St-Sacrement, bur. 521
Montréal, QC
H2Y 1X4

Veuillez noter que notre numéro de téléphone reste inchangé.
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New CSCE Mentor & Protégé Program Seeks Mentors
CSCE
The CSCE is launching a brand new Mentor & Protégé Program and is currently seeking mentors. Visit http://csce.ca/mentor-protege-program/ for more information and be sure to fill out the form to be considered for the first round of the program as spaces are limited. If you are interested in becoming involved as a Protégé, watch for sign up information in the fall.
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Nouveau Programme mentor et protégé de la SCGC : recherche de mentors
SCGC
La SCGC lance un nouveau programme intitulé Programme mentor et protégé pour lequel elle recherche des mentors. Visitez https://csce.ca/fr/mentor-protege-program/ pour plus d’informations et remplissez le formulaire afin d’être considéré pour le programme car les places sont limitées. Si vous souhaitez vous impliquer comme protégé, les détails sur les inscriptions seront disponibles en automne.
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 CSCE Programs and Events / Programmes et événements de la SCGC

Event Location/Date Updates
Jamaica Institution of Engineers + Bahamas Society of Engineers + CSCE Engineers Conference – 2015 Pegasus Hotel, Nassau, Bahamass
September 21-23, 2015
TBD
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

Event Location/Date Updates
1st International Interactive Symposium on Ultra-High Performance Concrete New York City
October/November
TBD




Growing with Youth / Croître avec les jeunes



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Voulez-vous être au fait de ce qui se passe dans le monde du génie civil en ligne? Prenez part à la conversation. Suivez-nous, aimez-nous et joignez-vous à nous!



Another Successful CSCE Capstone Competition
CSCE
Twelve teams from across the country travelled to Regina to participate in the 3rd annual CSCE Capstone Competition. Teams presented their final year design project with a poster and two minute presentation. The winner was Polytechnique Montreal.
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Un autre Concours Capstone réussi
SCGC
Le troisième concours annuel Capstone de la SCGC eut lieu le 31 mai 2015 au Congrès annuel de la SCGC à Régina. Des équipes de 12 écoles différentes de partout au pays y ont participé et ont présenté leurs projets de conception de dernière année avec une affiche et une presentation de deux minutes. Les juges venant de l'industrie furent très impressionnés par le niveau de professionnalisme et les connaissances de toutes les équipes et ont du mal à sélectionner les lauréats.
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TRENDING ARTICLES
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    Is there an economic case for more infrastructure spending? (Maclean's)
Alberta's new infrastructure minister ready to play catch-up on capital projects (Alberta construction Magazine)
To fix Canada's infrastructure, billions are just drops in the bucket (CBC News)
2015 Conference Recap (CSCE)
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Leadership in Sustainable Infrastructure / Leadership en infrastructures durables



SNC-Lavalin CEO tells anti-corruption meeting the engineering giant has changed its ways
CBC News
The president and CEO of SNC-Lavalin, Robert Card, said the Montreal engineering giant has learned its lessons, cleaning up the way it does business – and it shouldn't be compelled to pay too big a price for the corruption scandals that have plagued it over the past few years.
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Asphalt likely partly to blame for road conditions in Windsor
CBC News
When kids and parents head back-to-school and back-to-work next week it might be a bumpy ride on some of Windsor's roads. Some believe the main reason for cracked, crumbling and pockmarked roads in our city is because of one thing: asphalt.
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The Internet of Things keeps connecting
Daily Commercial News
The phrase, Internet of Things, is starting to come up more and more lately when people discuss technology, and the many ways we're using it. Usually shortened simply to IoT, it's about connectivity, cheap sensors and portability. It's about having your fridge tell you that you need to buy more orange juice. It's about a farm field telling the farmer that it's getting dry and needs irrigation. It's about letting a building know when ventilation and lighting levels can be minimized because a particular area is empty.
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City set to select bridge-building partner
The StarPhoenix
The City of Saskatoon is preparing to shake hands with the consortium selected to build and maintain two new bridges. A special city council meeting has been called to approve Graham Commuter Partners — a group of eight construction, design and financial companies — to tackle the bundled bridge P3 project with a $252.6-million budget.
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UVic engineering students roll out tree-planting robot
Vancouver Island
Tree planting is often referred to as one of the hardest jobs in Canada, so two University of Victoria students have sprouted a plan to automate the industry. Nick Birch and Tyler Rhodes, both electrical engineering students at UVic, built the Tree Rover, a battery-powered platform about the size of a go-kart with a pneumatic planting mechanism on top.
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Life & Times: Engineering 'explorer' helped develop Alberta's transportation network
Edmonton Journal
Louis Grimble was a post-Second World War transportation pioneer at a time when much of Alberta’s future highway network was still gravel and dirt. Grimble, who died of congestive heart failure July 7 at the age of 95, became the provincial government's first chief bridge engineer in 1948.
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Infrastructure funding critical: Chamber of Commerce
Daily Commercial News
In order for Canada to prosper in challenging economic times, the next federal government must have a clear plan when it comes to trade, which includes critical infrastructure investments. This was the message the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and the Toronto Region Board of Trade wanted to send to all federal parties during a recent announcement in Toronto, where representatives symbolically stood next to the aging Gardiner Expressway.
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