Society of American Military Engineers
Denver Metro Post
February 2009 Member Meeting: Thursday, February 19, 2009 • 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m.
Newsletter Red Lion Hotel Denver Southeast
3200 South Parker Road, Aurora, CO 80014
(303) 695-1700 (Corner of I-225 & Parker Road)
Small Business Speaker: Iron Horse Architects
Main Speaker: Matt Wigle - USACE
D ESIGN -B UILD E XECUTION IN I RAQ :
THE MOSUL DAM AS A CASE STUDY OR “GUNS, CALCULATORS, AND CONTRACTS”
Mr. Matthew Wigle is a USACE Proj- Mr. Wigle will present on the chal-
ect Manager stationed in Northern lenges and opportunities associated
Iraq. He is responsible for manage- with execution of Design-Build proj-
ment of over 30 projects associated ects in Iraq using Mosul Dam as a
with reconstruction and capacity de- reference.
velopment. Notably, Mr. Wigle is the
Project Manager for two construction Following the DMP members meet-
projects associated with the Mosul ing, Mr. Wigle will also be available
In This issue Dam, a key piece of infrastructure to discuss with members issues re-
located north of Mosul. The Mosul garding contracting opportunities in
February Member Meeting ....1
Dam is ranked as the world’s highest Northern Iraq, as well as USACE em-
President’s Message .............2
risk dam with respect to probable fail- ployment openings in the Gulf Region
Commemorative Coin ............3 ure by USACE and other professional North.
January Meeting Photos ........4 organizations.
Scholarship Applications .......5
Professional Development .....6
Join SAME .............................6
Presentation Opportunity .......7
SAME Events Calendar .........7
G. Rasmussen Joins LATA ....8
A. Larson/Fellow Citation.......8
R. Berglund Promotion ......... 9
A&C Camp ........................... 10
MathCounts ......................... 11
8-on-8 Event ........................ 12 Water rushing out one of the chut spillways at the The Mosul Dam holds back upwards of 12
New Ofﬁcers ........................ 13 Mosul Dam. The concrete-lined chute exits to a ski billion cubic meters of water for the arid western
jump section for energy dissipation. Ninewah Province, while creating hydroelectric
Next Board Meeting ............. 13 power for the 1.7 million residents of Mosul.
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photos.)
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Letter from the SAME DMP President
The Denver Metro Post Award for yet another year. The individual award nomina-
started off 2009 with a tions were for Elizabeth Meyer, PE, who was nominated
bang! We had what may for the Young Member Award; and John Coats, PE, who
have been a record crowd was nominated for the new-this-year Post Service Award.
for a DMP General Mem- Both are well-deserving candidates; now the waiting be-
bership Meeting, which gins to see who the winners are.
was co-sponsored by
CMAA and included 30
attendees from federal As I mentioned in my announcements at our January
agencies such as the Na- general membership meeting, the Denver Metro Post is
tional Park Service, Fish & actively involved in a number of community outreach ac-
Wildlife Service, US For- tivities again this year, some of which are discussed else-
est Service, and GSA; all where in this newsletter. I hope you will take time to read
Jon H. Holbrook, AIA of whom wanted to hear about these opportunities and make time in your busy
what Mr. Lee Evey, Presi- schedules to reach out and help others that can beneﬁt
dent of DBIA, had to say about design-build. By the re- from what you can offer.
action of the audience, I would say everyone enjoyed his
informative and captivating presentation and discussion.
I’d like to call your attention to our Denver Metro Post
Commemorative Coin Design Competition, discussed in
Our February general membership meeting, scheduled for detail elsewhere in this newsletter. This coin will have
February 19th at the Red Lion Hotel on the northeast cor- special signiﬁcance for this post for many years to come.
ner of I-225 and Parker Road in Aurora, should be every This is an opportunity to show off your creative side, so
bit as interesting, only we’ll be looking at design-build from please consider submitting an entry.
a different perspective. Matt Wigle, who is on leave of ab-
sence from Kleinfelder while serving in the Army Corps of
Engineers, is going to talk about a design-build project in In closing, I’d like to thank all of you for your member-
which he has participated in Iraq. I am personally looking ship in our Denver Metro Post. It is your membership that
forward to hearing his presentation as I’m sure it will be makes our post what it is, and I truly appreciate your sup-
ﬁlled with exciting and interesting stories of his ﬁrst-hand port. I look forward to seeing you at our February General
experiences. Membership Meeting; until then, take care.
January 2009 proved to be an active month for the post Best regards,
as we completed our SAME National streamer and award
nominations. I’m pleased to announce that all four of our Jon Holbrook
streamer nominations and two individual award nomina-
tions were completed and submitted on time. Hopefully (303) 221-7275
National will recognize all of our achievements in 2008 email@example.com
and award the Denver Metro Post the Distinguished Post
SA M E DEN V ER M ET RO PO ST eligible for consideration. They should be submitted
COM M EMOR AT I V E COI N in a sealed envelope with an identiﬁcation code of
your choice (but not your name or company name) on
DE SIGN COM PET I T ION the back of the entry (8 ½”x11” piece of paper). This
code, along with your name and contact information
T he Denver Metro Post is conducting a
Commemorative Coin Design Competition! Yes,
the DMP is going to have its own special coin that will
should be entered on a separate piece of paper and
placed in a separate mailing envelope that contains
both the design entry envelope and your identiﬁcation
be given to its special guests, award recipients, and
information. That way the design jury will not have
on any other special occasions that the Post President
knowledge of who submitted the entries at the time
deems worthy of special recognition. The pictures
they judge the entries. Any Post Ofﬁcer, Fellow, or
below show the coin used by the Rocky Mountain
Director who submits an entry shall disqualify him/
Regional Vice President on similar occasions, and
herself from being on the jury.
our coin will be very similar in size and quality. The
front side will have the SAME National logo, just as on
All entries are to be mailed to the SAME Denver
the RVP coin; however, the back side will be unique
Metro Post mailing address to be received no later
to the Denver Metro Post.
than Friday, February 27, 2009:
The criteria for the design are as follows: SAME Denver Metro Post
1. The coin will be no larger than 2” in diameter; Coin Design Competition
P. O. Box 13224
2. The words “Denver Metro Post” must be on the
Denver, CO 80201
face of the coin somewhere;
3. The graphics should reﬂect what the Denver The winner will be announced at our March 19, 2009,
Metro Post stands for, whether it be its General Membership Meeting. The award is really
geographic location in the Mile High City special: a custom-mounted/framed DMP SAME
of Denver, the Rocky Mountain Region, or Commemorative Coin, along with an individual free
something totally different, creative, and full-day registration to the SAME DMP 2009 Small
unique. Business Industry Day / 8-on-8 event on June 4,
All designs must be received by the Denver Metro Post
no later than Friday, February 27, 2009, in order to be
Photos from January 22, 2009
SAME Denver Metro Post Member Meeting
Welcome New Ofﬁcers
Joint Meeting between SAME and CMAA
Speaker: Lee Evey, President of the Design-Build Institue of America
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Denver Metro Post — SAME Scholarship Applications
Applications Due February 20, 2009!
Denver Metro Post SAME Scholarship applica- 1. High school seniors must be children of an
tions are due by February 20, 2009. Winners will SAME Denver Post member or currently en-
be announced by March 17, 2009. Scholarship rolled in a Jr. ROTC program. All high school
awards will be paid to the educational institution applicants must be intending to enroll in engi-
and applied to the 2009-2010 academic year. For neering or an engineering related curriculum at
children of SAME members, some preference will a four-year college or university.
be given to students attending or planning to at-
tend Front Range schools. 2. Current college students must either be chil-
dren of a current SAME Denver Post member
Application forms on are the Denver Metro Post or currently enrolled in an ROTC program.
website, WWW.SAMEDMP.ORG. These applicants must also be pursuing a de-
gree program in engineering or an engineering
The scholarships are open to high school seniors related ﬁeld.
and college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors
who meet the following requirements: Thank you,
TestAmerica will be sponsoring an update on ﬁeld and laboratory procedures for Multi-Increment
Sampling and explosives testing featuring Method 8330B. Speakers include Alan Hewitt of
United States Army Corps of Engineers.
LOCATION: TestAmerica’s Denver Laboratory • 4955 Yarrow Street • Arvada, CO 80002
DATE: February 18, 2009 (10 a.m.–2 p.m.)
Know Someone Who Wants to Join the Fill it out and sent it in
SAME Denver Metro Post? with a credit card number
or a check to SAME
Individual Membership: National Headquarters.
The fastest and easiest way to become a SAME Rates vary depending
Post Member, is to go to www.same.org and click on the size of the ofﬁce interested in joining the
on JOIN SAME in the upper left corner of the Post. A Sustaining Membership grants ﬁve (5)
home page. As an Individual Member, they also memberships (one must be a Young Post Member,
get membership in two Posts. For example, when someone 35 or younger). More than ﬁve can
ﬁlling out the application, they should indicate be purchased when you sign up. If your ﬁrm is
Denver Metro and Pikes Peak as the two local already a Sustaining Member of another SAME
posts. The application process only takes about Post, the rates are about half of the ﬁrst Post rates.
20 minutes. If using a credit card, they will receive Many ﬁrms in Colorado join both the Denver Metro
a conﬁrmation and membership number when Post and the Pikes Peak Post, as markets are
ﬁnished. If paying by check, they may download similar.
the Individual Member application form (.pdf) and All new members should send an e-mail to a
ﬁll it in by hand; then mail it to national with a check Membership Co-Chair person immediately (see
as instructed. below) to ensure their name has been added to the
Denver Post distribution list, so they may receive our
monthly e-mail notices and the DMP newsletter.
If your ﬁrm has ﬁve (5) or more people wanting to
join, they can become Sustaining Members of the Chuck Jones CWJONES6@AOL.COM
Post. To join, go to www.same.org, click on the Derek Ulehla, PE ULEHLADJ@CDM.COM
JOIN SAME in the upper left corner of the home Bob Kitchell, PE R.P.KITCHELL@USA.NET
page. Go to the Sustaining Memberships Section
and download the (.pdf) ﬁle for the application.
Reminder to current members: If your e-mail address changes, please inform Chuck Jones immediately.
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“NEW AND EXCITING FOR THE DMP”
2009 SAME PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Are you a SAME Denver Metro Post member looking for professional development training? Are
you considering taking additional college courses to further your career? Are you wondering why
you should stay a member of the SAME Denver Metro Post?
Please visit the “Professional Development” Section on the SAME
Denver Metro Post web site: www.samedmp.org
for PD guidelines, grant information, and application form.
Presentation Opportunities for Upcoming DMP Meetings
The DMP is searching for “interesting and informative” presentations for our member meetings in
2009. There are a wide range of general presentation topic areas in which the DMP is interested in
scheduling; however, all topics relevant to the SAME mission would be given priority consideration.
These general topic areas include:
• Combat Engineering (e.g., USAF Red Horse, USN Seabees, and Army Combat Engineering Units)
• Emerging Technologies
• Efﬁcient Design and Construction
• Small Business Programs
• Environmental Sustainability and Stewardship (including green building design considerations)
• Facility and Infrastructure Life Cycle Management
• Corporate Information Management (e.g., GIS, GeoBase, other Knowledge Management programs)
• Water Resources Planning and Management, including water and wastewater
• Readiness (Emergency Preparedness or Response) and National Security
If you, a member of your ﬁrm, or someone you know would be interested in making a presentation at
an upcoming meeting, please contact either Neal Parker (DMP Programs Chair), or Dan Lane (DMP
Education, Training and Professional Development Chair).
Please contact Neal or Dan:
Neal Parker, P.E. Daniel C. Lane, P.E.
CDM, Inc. CH2M HILL, Inc.
555 17th Street, Suite 1200 9191 South Jamaica Street
Denver, CO 80202 Englewood, CO 80112
Phone: 720-264-1116 Phone: 720-286-0339
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail: email@example.com
SAME 2009 Calendar of Events
Jan. 21-23 ........ Design Build Workshop — Pensacola, FL
Jan. 22-23 ........ SAME Transition Workshop & Job Fair — Grapevine, TX
Feb. 4-6............ Penninsula Engineer Conference — Seoul, South Korea
Feb. 24-26........ Paciﬁc and Northwest Regional Conference — Honolulu, HI
Mar. 26 ............. Business Forum and Federal Agency FY10 Program Brieﬁngs — Arlington, VA
Mar. 27 ............. SAME Academy of Fellows, Golden Eagle Awards Dinner — Arlington, VA
Apr. 13.............. SAME USAFA Engineer Dinner — Colorado Springs, CO
Apr. 14.............. 2009 SAME / AEA / USMA Engineer Dinner — West Point, NY
Apr. 30.............. SAME / U.S. Coast Guard Engineer Dinner — New London, CT
May 12-15 ........ SAME Joint Engineer Training Conference & Expo — Salt Lake City, UT
George Rasmussen Joins LATA
“George Rasmussen Joins LATA, Will Head Energy Management/Sustainability Business”
Aurora, Colorado (January 13, 2009)
Los Alamos Technical Associates, Inc. (LATA) is
pleased to announce that George Rasmussen, PE,
has joined the ﬁrm as Vice President-Energy Man-
agement. Mr. Rasmussen will expand LATA’s energy
management and sustainability business through stra-
tegic industry partnerships and full integration of LATA
core strengths in electrical engineering and process
control and automation with energy management plan-
ning, implementation, and operations.
Mr. Rasmussen is a recognized leader in the power in-
dustry and has led the development and commercial-
ization of innovative energy and environmental tech-
nologies. Under Mr. Rasmussen’s leadership, LATA’s George Rasmusen, PE
energy management services will include energy audits,
energy efﬁciency design, and renewable and sustain- can Military Engineers Academy of Fellows, and the
ability energy system design and operating services. holder of multiple U.S. patents in the energy ﬁeld.
Mr. Rasmussen was most recently the Chief Operating
Ofﬁcer of Paciﬁc Western Technologies, Ltd., respon-
sible for environmental management, facility manage- Founded in New Mexico in 1976, Los Alamos Techni-
ment, energy management and sustainability, and IT cal Associates is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned
services. He was formerly President & Chief Execu- Small Business offering diversiﬁed engineering, envi-
tive Ofﬁcer of Energy & Environmental Solutions, Inc., ronmental, and technical services to a worldwide client
where he provided strategic business planning and base including federal agencies, state governments,
marketing leadership to entrepreneurs with innovative municipalities, and a broad range of private sector in-
high technology products in the power, energy, environ- dustrial clients. LATA comprises just over 300 profes-
mental, and transportation sectors. sionals, with ofﬁce locations in Los Alamos, NM (HQ),
Albuquerque, NM, Denver, CO, San Antonio, TX, Og-
Mr. Rasmussen is a graduate of St. Olaf College and
den, UT, Richland, WA, Chicago, IL, Columbus, OH,
the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a licensed Pro-
Buffalo, NY, and Washington, DC.
fessional Engineer, a member of the Society of Ameri-
Anita Larson Voted into the SAME Academy of Fellows, October 2008”
Anita Larson, Principal Program Manger with Tetra Program Manager at Tetra Tech where she is a co-
Tech, was voted into the Society of American Military leader of the ﬁrm’s Army Strategic Marketing Initia-
Engineers (SAME) Academy of Fellows in October tive and serves on the company’s SAME leadership
of 2008. Her elevation to rank of Fellow recognizes committee. She has actively supported the Society of
her effort over the years on behalf of SAME and the American Military Engineers since 1996, serving as
military engineering profession. She will be formally an Ofﬁcer, chairperson of numerous committees, and
inducted into the Academy of Fellows at the 2009 supporting many events.
SAME Joint Engineer Training Conference in Salt
Lake City, Utah, in May of 2009. Anita is a Senior
Burglund Promoted to Manager of Facilities,
Science & Technology Business Unit at Merrick & Company
Aurora, Colorado (January 26, 2009)
Robert A. Berglund, RA, a vice president of Merrick
& Company, a $75 million professional engineering,
architecture, construction management, surveying,
and geospatial solutions ﬁrm (www.merrick.com),
has been promoted to business unit manager of the
ﬁrm’s facilities, science, and technology business
unit, it was announced by Ralph Christie, president
and chief executive ofﬁcer of the ﬁrm. In this role,
Berglund will be responsible for the management
and proﬁt/loss of the business unit and its four market
sectors which comprise approximately 75% of the
company’s total workload.
Berglund’s 34-year career has focused on the
defense, energy, and space markets where he has
specialized in advanced technology research and
development, national security, and non-proliferation
projects. His expertise in these ﬁelds leverages and Robert A. Berglund, RA
expands Merrick’s defense and national security
storage, and other large U.S. Department of Defense
portfolio and contributes to the ﬁrm’s perspective in
and U.S. Department of Energy weapons complex
addressing client needs.
projects. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas
Berglund’s current work includes business-unit level and a registered architect in several states.
oversight and development of projects including
Merrick & Company serves domestic and international
the planning and design of a new high containment
clients in the government, energy, life sciences,
national bio-agro defense facility, an advanced
infrastructure, and geospatial/mapping markets.
technology uranium processing facility, a leading-
The ﬁrm’s work is concentrated on highly technical
edge biomass to energy project for an alternative
projects in the ﬁelds of renewable energy, nuclear
energy company, and upgrades to over 500 U.S.
power, government facilities, research laboratories,
missile launch, maintenance, and training facilities.
water resources, public works, and high precision
Berglund joined the ﬁrm in 2006 as vice president mapping. Headquartered in Aurora, Colorado, the
of the ﬁrm’s strategic federal programs. His prior employee-owned company maintains seven ofﬁces
experience includes senior marketing and project in the U.S. as well as ofﬁces in Canada and Mexico.
management positions with Bechtel National, Inc.,
and ofﬁcer or directorevel positions with Black &
Veatch and Holmes & Narver. His background
includes involvement in bioweapons proliferation
prevention projects, ﬁssile materials handling and
Society of American Military Engineers and
United States Air Force Academy
2009 Engineering and Construction Camp
Friday, June 27 – Thursday, July 2
T he Society of American Military Engineers and the
United States Air Force Academy are sponsoring the
10th Annual Engineering and Construction Camp for se-
Information about the camp and registration forms are
now available at the SAME web site www.same.org. A
link to the camp video is also available at the SAME web
lect high school sophomores. The camp offers an oppor- site. Additional information about the camp and pictures
tunity for 60 students from all over the United States and from the camp are available on the camp web site at
the world to learn hands-on engineering skills and other www.samecoloradocamp.org. The 2009 schedule will be
group activities at the United States Air Force Academy in posted to this web site when it becomes available, but will
Colorado Springs. The 2009 camp will be from Friday, 27 be similar to the currently posted schedule.
June to Thursday, 2 July 2009. The total registration fee for the camp is $550. The stu-
The SAME Denver Metro Post is recruiting campers for dent is responsible for paying half of the registration fee
the 2009 camp. To qualify for consideration, students ($275). Checks should be made out to the SAME Denver
must meet the following criteria: Metro Post. The Denver Metro Post will pay the remain-
• Student must be a U.S. Citizen. der of the fee.
• The student must have completed at least their For additional information about the Denver Metro Post’s
freshman year of high school. sponsorship please contact John Coats. Applications and
related paperwork/checks must be submitted to arrive no
• The student must still be enrolled in school at the time later than April 1, 2009. Please send applications to:
of the camp.
• Be on a high school track that will provide a basis Paciﬁc Western Technologies
for attending an accredited engineering college or 11049 W. 44th Avenue, Ste. 200
university (i.e., taking appropriate math and science Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
• Have an expressed intent to pursue a degree in Voice: (303) 274-5400 Ext 26
architecture, engineering or a related ﬁeld. Fax: (303) 274- 6160
• Have demonstrated leadership characteristics
through participation in extra-curricular activities,
sports, and/or community activities.
• Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0
• Be physically ﬁt and healthy (not have any physical
limitations including, but not limited to the following:
A requirement to take mandatory medication that
requires special handling; sprained joints; or, neck,
shoulder, or back injuries).
• Be of high moral character.
• Student must have an expressed interest in applying
to a Service Academy or ROTC Program (this does
not include JROTC).
• If the student has completed the junior year of high
school (rising senior), they must provide proof of
application for entry to a Service Academy or ROTC.
Rising seniors who have not met this qualiﬁcation will
not be considered for camp. Proof includes: A letter
from the service academy or recruiter referring to the
• Students who have attended a SAME Engineering
and Construction Camp prior to this year will not
be eligible for the same camp.
• Students must be sponsored by a local SAME Post.
MATHCOUNTS COMPETITIONS MATHCOUNTS Q & A
What is MATHCOUNTS: MATHCOUNTS is a national
math enrichment, coaching and competition program
that promotes middle school mathematics achievement
in every U.S. state and territory. Celebrating its 25th
anniversary, MATHCOUNTS is one of the most
successful education partnerships involving volunteers,
educators, industry sponsors and students.
The MATHCOUNTS Mission: To increase interest
SAME has been supporting the MATHCOUNTS and involvement in mathematics among all middle
Competitions for over eight years. This year there school students in order to assist in developing a
will be four regional competitions in the Denver area technically literate population essential to U.S. global
that need volunteers to proctor the exam and/or to competitiveness and the quality of life.
score the exams. Competitions usally start around
8:30 a.m. and ﬁnish up around 1 p.m. This year’s How does the MATHCOUNTS program work? In
dates are as follows: Colorado, the program is made possible by the
Professional Engineers of Colorado. Schools register
Regional Competitions with MATHCOUNTS and receive coaching and testing
materials and begin in September preparing for
Friday, February 6 regional competition that is held in February.
Jefferson, Colorado School of Mines
What are the topics covered and are they really
Saturday, February 7 appropriate for seventh and eighth graders? Topics
Boulder, Seagate Technologies, Longmont include algebra, probability, approximation, geometry,
Saturday, February 21 and statistics. Problems ﬁt in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade
Metro Denver, Denver University curriculums across the country. Problems are designed
Saturday, February 21 to accelerate students’ interest and achievement in
North Metro Rocky Top Middle School, Thornton mathematics.
Saturday, March 21
If you would like to come out and help run these
competitions and see great kids doing great things,
please contact Chuck Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or
(303) 949-9774. If you have any questions regarding
the competitions, please do not hesitate to contact
We have a few volunteers for Friday, but no one for
Saturday to date - Please help us out!
2009 Annual Small Business Industry Day
8 on 8 Federal Agency Event DAR
Thursday, June 4, 2009
Red Lion Hotel
3200 South Parker Road
Aurora, CO 80014
This year’s 8 on 8 Federal Agency Event will be held at the Red Lion Hotel.
It is conveniently located in the southeast Denver metro region and adjacent to
beautiful Cherry Creek State Park. More information to come!
Directions from north Denver area:
Take I-25 to I-270 east, then I-225 south, exit at Parker Road. Merge onto Parker Road south, and stay in the far right lane. You will exit on
Vaughn Way. (Turn right onto Vaughn Way.) Pass under the bridge and Red Lion Hotel will be on your immediate left.
Directions from south Denver metro area:
Take I-25 to I-225 north. Exit at Parker Road. Merge onto Parker Road south and stay in the far right lane. You will exit on Vaugh Way. (Turn
right onto Vaughn Way.) Pass under the bridge and Red Lion Hotel will be on your immediate left.
2009 SAME-DMP OFFICERS:
President Jon Holbrook, AIA – PBS&J
1st VP Jeff Montera – CDM
(11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) 2nd VP Bill Lipsteuer – ETI Professionals, Inc.
Tuesday, March 3 Secretary Tracy Lynn Jackson – Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Assist. Sec. Jessica Graul, EIT – Parsons
AECOM Technical Services Treasurer Ron Costello – Contract Support Services
5575 DTC Parkway, Suite 200 Past Pres. John Shaler, PE – AECOM Technical Services
Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Reg. VP Julie Timmons – Farnsworth Group, Inc.
Fellows AB Dave Sprenkle, PE – Merrick & Company
(Host: John Shaler) Fellows AB John Bright, PE – Consulting Engineer
Fellows AB Chuck Jones, PE—CWJ Consultant Engineers
SAME is a nonprofit professional engineer association, headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia with chapters
(called Posts) worldwide. Founded in 1920 to engage military and federal government engineers with those
in private life for the purpose of improving the engineering potential of the United States. The Society today
has some 25,000 members from industry, the military, government, and academia.
$$$ with n!
You may use PayPal and RSVP for member meetings and board meetings at www.samedmp.org/upcoming.php
Standard Registration (thru COB, Wed., 2/18/09) – Early Registration (thru midday, Mon., 2/16/09):
• Military and Public Agencies (Early $10; Standard $15; Walk-in $20)
• SAME Members (Early $20; Standard $25; Walk-in $30)
• Non-members (Early $25; Standard $30; Walk-in $35)
Regardless of method of payment, please RSVP for the February meeting by
sending an e-mail to: email@example.com
Please send your company Denver Metro Post
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news (include photos/logos)
to: MERRICK & COMPANY P.O. Box 13224
firstname.lastname@example.org Denver, CO 80201