Now more than ever PSPE needs the support of members and the public to continue its philanthropic efforts.
David Fleisher, PE, ASCE Philadelphia Section Civil Engineer of the Year
PSPE Keystone Northeast Chapter and PSPE Wilkes University Student Chapter Sponsor Ethics Workshop
The Workshop explored the Ethics Prompt found in the 2016 NSPE Milton F. Lunch Ethics Contest, which questioned both an engineer’s responsibility from the review of manufacturer’s drawings, plans, and specifications, and whether it is ethical for an engineer to relinquish responsibility in case manufactured equipment does not perform as represented.
How the Engineering Business Model Has Changed
Recently, emerging, midsize engineering companies have discovered that the best way to grow business is to establish geographical locations as bases to serve clients. This is a market-centered, or client-centered, business growth model, and three important elements must be in place for it to work well.
The Decision Making Process
Understanding the difference between Engineering decision making and management decision making.
Risky Business – Documentation, documentation, and documentation
I’ve had several cases lately that would not even have been disputes if the relationship was properly documented. I decided that it was a good time to address this issue.
Final Report of the Nominating Committee 2016