CSCE Annual Conference
Montreal – May 29 – June 1, 2013
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED!!!
Register at great early bird rates, now until April 30, 2013
Visit www.csce2013.ca for registration and all you need to know about the
- Sponsorship and Booth rental info.
- Paper submission info.
- Preliminary program
- Hotel and transportation links
- Registration and rates
Original “Tubular” iron bridge linking Montreal to the south shore of the St. Lawrence river was completed in 1859. The bridge is still in use – more than 150 years later. At the time of its construction it was the longest bridge in the world. The tubes were replaced by steel trusses in 1898, the single rail track was doubled and cantilevered road surfaces were added to each side.
The Confederation Bridge joins the eastern Canadian provinces of Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. At 12.9 kilometres (8 miles), the Confederation Bridge is the world’s longest bridge over ice-covered water. It has won dozens of international engineering awards since its construction, and was designed to last for a century
What CSCE is doing for you now
CSCE exists to support its members and the profession of Civil Engineering in Canada. What we are doing right now can be found at the following links:
Where we have come from
The modern CSCE is founded on 125 proud years of civil engineering history in this country. Information on the projects and individuals who exemplify this tradition can be found at the following links:
- Member recognition pins: CSCE sent pins to more than 400 members who have been with us for 40 years!
Where we are going
The future of CSCE and of the profession of civil engineering in Canada depends on two things: