May 12, 2014 Luncheon – Tour of the APS Community Stadium
Join us for a tour of the award-winning Albuquerque Public Schools Community Stadium. The design engineers (BHI) will lead the tour and provide information about the engineering challenges and solutions experienced in the design of the project. The new stadium opened in Fall of 2013 and is the first stadium for our community in the last 40 years! It seats 7,000 in the football stadium and 2,600 in the track and field venue.
It is located at I-40 and 98th Street. Lunch will be provided.Guest Speakers: Bruce Stidworthy, PE, and Jeff Mulberry, PE of Bohannan-Huston, Inc. When: Monday, May 12, 2014 at 11:45 am Where: 1601 Arroyo Vista Boulevard NW, Albuquerque, NM
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Ethics for the Practicing Engineer – Dr. Kristy Mills (Online Video)
Ethics for the Practicing Engineer - Dr. Kristy Mills
Ethics for the Practicing Engineer from Dr. Kristy Mills Parts 1 & 2. Recorded during E-Week 2010 - February 12, 2010.
Ethics for the Practicing Engineer from Dr. Kristy Mills Parts 1 & 2. Recorded during E-Week 2010 – February 12, 2010.
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- the promotion of the practice of engineering to properly qualified and licensed persons,
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