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Hyatt Place  Hotel Preferred Rate Deadline August 29th

If you would like to sign up now to sponsor or exhibit at this event, please go HERE to register online.


Music City Center . 201 5th Ave S . Nashville, TN  37203 . Hyatt Place Hotel




Individual Registration is now available HERE.

The Conference brochure with the schedule of events, education topics and additional details will be posted and mailed soon.

New this year! 


Call for presentations have gone out.  If you would like to present in one of the educational tracks, please download the Call for Presentations and send to the Education Track chair listed above.  Questions about the education tracks? Contact Monica Sartain.

For room reservations call or go online to the Hyatt Place Nashville by Tuesday, August 29, 2017, at 615-687-9995 and ask for group rate, which is $229 per night (plus tax, of course!).  Use the group code “2017 Engineers Conference” when booking your reservation.  We have negotiated a discounted hotel room rate and your patronage of this official hotel makes it possible for us to secure the space needed for the event at a greatly reduced cost.

Registration will be available at EventSpot in early June!  A link will be provided for your convenience on all websites.  The Conference Brochure with the schedule of events, education topics and additional details will be posted and mailed.

If you would like to sign up now to sponsor or exhibit at this event, please download the sponsor and/or exhibitor form and email to Judy Logue at  jlogue@tnec.org or call 615-242-2486.


TN Engineering Foundation Luncheon

Sept 28th

Keynote Speaker, Mike Keith “The Voice of the Titans”

Sponsorship and Registration Now Open, just click here or download the form at this link!


Civil PE Review Begins August 15


TSPE and the ASCE Nashville Branch Younger Member Group is offering a ten-week Civil PE exam review course  If you know someone who is taking the October 27 exam, please pass this information along. The course will be available in person or can be live-streamed remotely. The live session will be held in the new Fields Engineering Center at the Lipscomb University Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering. The course will be held Monday evenings from 6:00-8:30 pm, beginning August 14. A discounted rate of $350 is provided for TSPE, ASCE, and ACEC members as well as employees of TDOT. Click here for additional information. To register online, visit http://tinyurl.com/pereviewfall2017.



Tennessee Architects’ and Engineers’ Board

Enforcement of QBS

In July, you received a notice from the Board about the new provision in the Rules of Professional Conduct giving the AE Board the authority to enforce the provisions of the Qualifications-Based Selection law relating to providing a price when requested by local government for public works projects.  This rule went into effect in March 2013.  Click here to review that memo from the Board.


At the AE Board meeting in August, TSPE learned that an architect filed a complaint against another architect for submitting a price in response to a request from local government.  The complaint was approved for a formal hearing, which means it is a serious matter.  I encourage you to review the Rules of Professional Conduct, specifically 0120-02-.02 (6) on the second page. TSPE members may email Kasey Anderson for a “generic” letter to use to notify local governments of this prohibition.

 John Cothron, Executive Director of the AE Board, and Board Member Hal Balthrop discussed this issue at length during a session at the Annual Meeting in September.  If you have questions about “gray” areas, submit them to John Cothron.

Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers
Tennessee Engineering Center  •  800 Fort Negley Boulevard  •  Nashville, TN 37203
615-242-2486  •  Fax 615-254-1923  • kanderson@tnec.org