Secure your place at the best civil engineering conference of the year!
The CSCE 2015 Regina Conference Organizing Committee heard your feedback. For the first time ever, the host city is introducing a new applied science stream in Regina.
The 1st Annual Conference on Innovation in Engineering Practice is what you’ve been asking for – an annual conference that offers a stream of papers and presentations that takes applied research and puts it into practice. The intent is with your support and participation, this will become an annual component within our conference.
The Innovation in Engineering Practice sessions will provide real world application in what we as civil engineers do best – create value to society. This conference will provide a non-juried submission format for civil engineering practitioners, planners and industry leaders. Sessions will showcase leading practices in several civil engineering disciplines and will provide the ideal forum for exchange of knowledge and ‘on the ground’ ingenuity.
For those of you looking for the traditional juried conference don’t worry. The general conference and the Disaster Prevention and the Mechanics and Materials specialty conferences will provide the same juried format as previous conferences.
The CSCE 2015 Regina Conference Organizing Committee is excited to offer this new and innovative approach to the annual conference. We invite you to showcase your expertise and share it with the world.
REGINA is no longer the place to be from, it’s the place to be! SEE YOU IN 2015.
Cathy Lynn Borbely
We invite you to join us in Regina, Saskatchewan for the 2015 CSCE Annual Conference from May 27 to 30, 2015. For those who may not have visited our beautiful province before, you are in for a treat.
Regina has the distinction of having the most beautiful skyline of all small cities in North America. It is home to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre where you can learn the history of the Force and experience the grounds where members have trained since 1885. Come view one of Canada’s most recognized national symbols – the Mountie, wearing the traditional red serge.
Regina was named for Queen Victoria. Experience our Queen City by filling your day with regal things to do. Have a cup of tea at the Hotel Saskatchewan where the Royal family stays while visiting the Queen City.
Stop by the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, a national historic site. Known as the marble palace, it features 34 different types of marble from around the world and is located in a lush oasis, the Wascana Centre, one of the largest urban parks in the world. Every one of the nearly one million trees has been planted by hand.
Regina has everything a big city has to offer but in a compact space. You can get there in 15 minutes or less.
We are organizing an exciting program with both technical and social events to inspire you professionally and provide a dynamic atmosphere to renew old acquaintances and establish new connections. This is an opportunity to share the accomplishments we are making as Civil Engineers in our communities.
Our conference theme for 2015 is ‘Building on Our Growth Opportunities’. Saskatchewan is home to more than 1.1 million people and is among the leaders in population growth. We are a thriving province. Export trade is our backbone and we have the natural resources the world wants.
We are excited to have you visit our province and let you in on the secret. Saskatchewan is no longer the place to be from. It is the place to be. From arts and culture to recreation and sports, Regina welcomes you.
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