COME AND JOIN OUR AUGUST LUNCHEON!!
This month we will have Timothy Tumulty, P.E., City of Rockwall recently retired Public Works Director/City Engineer discussing City of Rockwall’s CMOM (Capacity, Management, Operation, and Maintenance) Program.
When: Thursday, August 17, 2017 (Luncheon will start promptly at noon)
Where: Canyon Creek Country Club, Richardson, Texas
Please make sure to RSVP for the luncheon prior to noon on Monday, August 14
6/7/17 @ 9:36 am
MARK YOUR CALENDARS… The Preston Trail Chapter has just been selected to host the 2020 TSPE Conference and Annual Meeting!
A BIG thank you to support from our current Board of Directors, past presidents, and the State Board of Directors.
6/7/17 @ 1:00 pm
Thank you to all of the sponsors of the 2017 TSPE Conference & Annual Meeting!
6/7/17 @ 2:50 pm
The Preston Trail Chapter has been awarded the Excellence Award for going above and beyond to promote the goals and mission of TSPE!
6/8/17 @ 9:40 am
Steve Eubanks, PE (City of Fort Worth) discussing “What Makes an Engineer”
We are proud to showcase a recent article about one of our distinguished Preston Trail members, Chris Flanigan, P.E., who also recently was elected as TSPE Region V Vice President. Chris has served in many capacities in our Chapter (including serving as President in 2009) and we are excited to have him represent Region V at the State level!
Allen Profile: Chris Flanigan
Chris continues to be a great asset not only in his role at the City of Allen but also to our Chapter and TSPE.
What a great meeting! Our State Director, Jeff Frison, provided an update on what NSPE & TSPE are doing in response to the EPA’s proposed rule regarding chemical facility safety and security measures. Just one example of how NSPE/TSPE are working hard behind the scenes in favor of public health, safety, and welfare.
TSPE Preston Trail September Luncheon – Cheers!
Our guest speaker, Jenna Covington (Asst. Deputy Director Wastewater, NTMWD), provided an overview of North Texas Municipal Water Districts partnership and collaboration with municipalities to ensure that our water/sewer infrastructure is safe and well-planned for continued future growth in the region. This as we celebrated “Imagine a Day Without Water”
We are truly fortunate to live in a part of the world where clean and safe water is readily available – this is not the case for 1.8 billion people around the world. How can we help? Water For People is a non-profit that works in 9 countries to battle this devastating issue. I encourage everyone to support this cause through donation and spreading awareness.
Next month we are excited to have Chad Jackson with KDC to discuss their developments of CityLine in Richardson and Legacy West in Plano! Mark your calendars for Thursday, October 20 and be on the lookout for registration emails.
Have a great weekend everyone!
The new Preston Trail Board met yesterday to brainstorm ideas and improvements for the Chapter.
2016-2017 TSPE Preston Trail Board Retreat (6/30/16)
Some of the items discussed include:
- More strategic monthly speakers focusing on professional development, area growth, and local issues.
- Increasing the number of Chapter/Member events outside of our monthly luncheons (e.g. Community outreach, social events, etc.).
- Continuing to focus our involvement on STEM initiatives through volunteer events and grants.
- Providing increased opportunities for members to get involved in the Chapter.
- Further promoting the benefits and necessity of becoming a member of NSPE/TSPE.
- Further increasing the success of our two largest programs, Mathcounts and Engineer’s Week.
Do you have any ideas? Let us know!
We look forward to a great year ahead and are excited for some of the upcoming opportunities.
Have a safe and fun holiday weekend everyone!
Nick Ataie, P.E., TSPE Preston Trail President
Registration is open for our May Luncheon which will start at 12:00 pm on Thursday, May 26, 2016: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
This month we are excited to have Tracy Homfeld, PE & Clarence Daugherty, PE of Collin County as our guest speakers to give an update on Collin County mobility.
We will also be holding elections for our incoming 2016-2017 TSPE Preston Trail Board Members. See everyone there!