The MSPE Awards Program, administered by the MSPE Awards Committee, collects nominations for the Society’s annual awards programs. Below are the awards available for submission:
Extra Mile Resolution: This special award is presented at the discretion of the MSPE President to an Individual he/she determines to have performed exceptionally during his/her administration.
Hall of Fame: The MSPE Hall of Fame was developed to recognize individual engineers or friends of the profession whose personal accomplishments, awards, and activities exemplify the goals and objectives of MSPE and positively promote the professional engineering community.
PEPP Distinguished Service Award: The MSPE PEPP presents the PEPP Distinguished Service Award to an engineer who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement or recognition of the role of private practice in serving the public interest.
PEPP Professional Development Award: The MSPE Private Practice Professional Development Award is presented to the nominated engineering firm that has made outstanding contributions to the advancement and improvement of the engineering profession through its employment policies and practices. The purpose of the award is to recognize those firms with the best engineering employment practices and to encourage all firms to adopt progressive policies and practices.
PEPP QBS Award: The QBS Award recognize private companies and public-sector entities at the state and local levels that use QBS methods to procure the professional services of consulting engineering firms.
Young Engineer of the Year Award: This award recognizes young members of MSPE who have made outstanding contributions to the society, the engineering profession, and their communities during the early years of their careers.
If you would like to submit a nomination, applications for all awards can be found on the Awards page of the MSPE website. Questions? Contact Matt Bedinghaus, P.E., here.