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December 2020 New Society Members

December 4, 2020

Please help us welcome the following members who recently joined ASPE! Alabama Chapter James Brooks Bullen Jr. Atlanta Chapter Tarlochan Singh Ghuman Angela Sullivan Grant, P. Eng Baltimore Chapter Ben […]


December 2020 From the Executive’s Desk: A Digital December

December 3, 2020

By the time you are reading this column, ASPE will have recently completed our first ASPE Digital Experience, which was held on December 1–3. Our members and the industry at […]


“Standards and Design Considerations for Emergency Equipment”

November 30, 2020

Sometimes, as design professionals, we must think outside of the box and develop solutions to problems that are before us but not always obvious or mandated by rules and regulations. […]


“Three Common Questions About W-Rated Firestop Sealants”

November 12, 2020

Brush up on what W-ratings mean, how they’re obtained, what they mean for firestop sealants, and more. by Jeff Hamilton Many professionals are familiar with firestop sealants, but not all […]


November 2020 New Society Members

November 6, 2020

Please help us welcome the following members who recently joined ASPE! Alabama Chapter Hunter Lain Freeman Shane Robertson Arkansas Chapter Steven L. Calhoun Laura Paige Curtis, PE Atlanta Chapter Michael […]


November 2020 From the President’s Pen: ASPE—Another Chapter

November 5, 2020

Life is filled with chapters. As I watch the U.S. election returns, I think of how amazing we are as a country because of what we stand for: democracy. I […]


“The Risk of Using a Modified ASTM E84 Standard Test Method for Surface-Burning Characteristics”

November 4, 2020

Confusion occurs when the test parameters are manipulated in an attempt to get the product to meet the minimum flame and smoke characteristics. by Bill Bliss Recently the industry has […]


November 2020 From the Executive’s Desk: An Exciting and New Beginning

November 2, 2020

When we consider the idea of being able to look forward to exciting and new beginnings, we also must consider where we came from, what was going on, how we […]


“The Difference Between Professional Engineering, Engineering, and Certifications”

October 13, 2020

The PE has the greater risk in the process, and the public expects nothing short of strict ethical and professional efforts from the registered professional. by David Dexter, FNSPE, FASPE, […]


“Ethics in Engineering”

September 23, 2020

Using his state’s Code of Ethics for Engineers and Surveyors, the author illustrates how moral behavior can lead to engineering excellence. by David Dexter, FNSPE, FASPE, CPD, CPI, LEED BD+C, […]

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