The Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers hosts an annual conference in Owensboro


The Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE-KY) will host its 2024 Annual Meeting April 24-26 at the Owensboro Convention Center.

“Engineering professionals from across the Commonwealth will come together to explore cutting-edge innovations, share best practices and network,” said NSPE-KY President Neal Crawford. “This year’s Congress promises to inspire, educate and empower our engineering community as we work together to advance the field and address the challenges of tomorrow. ”

The event brings together engineers, professionals and industry leaders from across Kentucky to network with their peers, participate in training sessions that allow them to earn continuing education credits, recognize and celebrate members' achievements, present awards, tours of the theme To carry out technology and employ many more officers.

The conference offers a diverse range of sessions and workshops on topics such as civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, environmental engineering and more. Attendees have the opportunity to gain valuable continuing education hours while gaining insight into the latest trends and innovations shaping the engineering landscape.

In addition to the technical program, the conference will also feature exhibitors showcasing the latest products, services and technologies from leading companies in the engineering sector. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with industry suppliers, explore new solutions and forge valuable partnerships.

“We are pleased that NSPE-KY has selected Owensboro for its 2024 state conference. We expect hundreds of members from across the Commonwealth to converge on Owensboro,” said Teresa Jones of Visit Owensboro.

The Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers consists of 13 chapters and 3 student chapters in Kentucky. NSPE-KY is recognized as a leader in developing targeted resources for all engineering disciplines and is also committed to the integrity of the profession and engineering licensure.