PENC NW Piedmont Carolina Chapter Presents:
“The Ethics Challenge”
When: Monday, February 20, 2017 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
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South Fork Community Center
4403A Country Club Rd
WS NC 27104
Attendees will work in teams to identify the best response to a numbver of ethical dilemmas. The goal is to develop a better apperciation for ethical concerns while competing against other engineers for the grand prize (and there WILL be a prize for the winning team).
Speaker: Stan Senft, PE
Mr. Senft is a member of the NW Piedmont Chapter of PENC and has served as Treasurer for a number of years. He is a graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Architectural Engineering. He worked four years for a steel fabricator, Brenner Steel, and now has worked over 40 years for a Winston-Salem general contractor, McNair Construction. Stan is married to his current, and first, wife of 45 years, and has two children and three grandchildren. He enjoys stamp collecting in his spare time.
(Note: While PENC offers Professional Development Credit for this program, it is up to each Professional Engineer to determine if the content is relevant to his/her individual practice and suitable for his/her continuing education.)
By COB Friday, February 15th to: Reggie Robertson, PE
Phone: (336) 765-7503
Cell: (336) 971-5550
PENC can use your help
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2015 Weatherization Project
Every chapter is looking for leaders who want to step up to new responsibilities. You will find PENC a great place to meet new people, and to grow within our profession. Let us know if you want to be a part of the leadership team.
Here is an opportunity to help in an important outreach in our community and area of knowledge. Winter is right around the corner. USGBC NC Triad Branch has teamed up with ASHRAE to help some less fortunate folks in the community prepare for the cold.
Jobs available include; Basic home audits to see if homes can benefit from low‐cost, high‐impact upgrades; Install CFLs, reduced flow showerheads, weather stripping, window caulking, attic insulation, pipe insulation, duct sealing, HVAC filters, hot water heater blankets; Teach homeowners other easy do‐it‐yourself weatherization and behavioral changes toreduce energy use. In you would like to volunteer contact Jim Fields (firstname.lastname@example.org ) or Jonathan Barton at (email@example.com).
John Charles Thomas, PE
Past - President
Greg Mulholland, PE
Energy Preferred Engineering, PLLC
Reginald D. Robertson, PE
Stanley E. Senft, PE
McNair Construction Co., Inc.
Joel D. Nicholson, PE
Frisby Areospace, llc
Ralph W. Cox, PE
Hoy R. Bohanon, Jr., PE
Richard W. Eskridge, EI