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                        NYSSPE – Suffolk Chapter

 
  Board Meeting
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Nassau and Suffolk Chapters
Present
Tuesday – May 3, 2016
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

$50 for Members & $80 for Non-Members

LOCATION:  
Paradise Diner (buffet dinner)
 579 Vets Highway (Rt 454)
Hauppauge, NY 11788

Phone: 631-724-1778

PROGRAM:
HURRICANE SANDY - BREEZY POINT ENGINEERING CASE STUDY


This seminar will discuss: The storm damage in Breezy Point, NY - navigating the emotional impact of a disaster. A review of codes and FEMA standards pre-storm and government agency relationships. NYC Building Department post-storm, changing FEMA regulations and reactive code changes after the destruction to all NYC shore locations. A review of NYC's Build It Back program, navigating the program and rebuilding for the future. Coastal Engineering.

Presented by: Arthur Smith, Esq. of Baxter, Smith & Shapiro, P.C.

Approved for 2 PDHs


To register, send a reply email to: 
regnow@nysspe-suffolk.org by May 1, 2016

  Make checks payable to: NYSSPE-Suffolk Chapter


Return form and payment to:
NYSSPE - Suffolk Chapter
c/o Prime Engineering, PC   
664 Blue Point Road. Unit B,
Holtsville, NY 11742
Any questions, please email at Jackie@PrimeEngPC.com

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The NYSSPE - Suffolk Chapter would like to recognize individuals who have excelled in the engineering profession or contributed significantly toward the goals of the Society. The Nominating Committee requests your input in seeking nominations for the following awards which will be presented at an awards dinner to be held in June.
  AWARD NOMINATION FORM DUE BY April 30, 2016
  GO TO AWARDS INFO PAGE
 
   

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                                                             February 23, 2015 
 
 
NYSSPE February 2015 Position Statement on
Design Build Budget Proposal

 

Good Afternoon Jaclyn, 

As we have received many questions from our members about the current Design Build legislation, therefore we have posted an updated position statement on our website, which was drafted by Mark C. Kriss, Esq., The New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) Legislative and Legal Counsel. 

The following is an introduction to the position statement which discusses the Design Build process with respect to both the private and public sector.

 Private Sector 

Design Build (an alternative project delivery methodology used in lieu of Design-Bid-Build) is permitted to be employed on private sector projects in New York State, provided that the scope of design services and the amount to be paid for such services is clearly set forth in a contract executed by the project owner, the contractor and the design professional. While many, particularly in the general contractor community, maintain that the use of a three-way contract is not required and that a general contractor can contract with a design professional on project owned by a third party, the NYS Education Department unequivocally maintains that this type of an arrangement runs afoul of the State Education Law and Rules governing the design professions. A design professional should consider the potential for professional disciplinary action (e.g. fee splitting and aiding and abetting the illegal practice of engineering) before participating in a Design Build project. 

Public Sector 

With regard to the public sector projects in 2011 legislation was enacted on a pilot basis to permit specially named state agencies to utilize Design Build. NYSSPE along with others in the design professional community, as well as the State Education Department, voiced concern regarding the failure of the 2011 legislation to expressly include quality assurance safeguards in the legislation. The original statute expired in early December 2014 (with an exemption for ongoing projects) and new legislation has been proposed by Governor Cuomo as part of his executive budget. The Society has issued, and broadly disseminated, a position statement which renews our concerns regarding the 2015 Governor’s Budget Proposal which proposes some amendments to the pilot program. A copy of the NYSSPE’s position statement is set forth below.  

(For additional information please consult the
NYSSPE website FAQ addressing Design Build.)

Click here to read our entire position statement.

 

Thank you,

 

Anthony Fasano, P.E., LEED AP, ACC
New York State Society of Professional Engineers
Executive Director

 

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