U.S. Bridge Heads to Maryland for CEAM Fall Conference

U.S. Bridge Heads to Maryland for CEAM Fall Conference

U.S. Bridge Helps Strengthen the Maryland Community
U.S. Bridge is headed to the County Engineers Association of Maryland’s fall conference, better known as CEAM. We’re excited to be invited back to this event where county engineers discuss how they can work together to improve the Maryland infrastructure.

The CEAM Fall Conference contributes to the professional development of engineers and helps the association improve the quality of public works services in Maryland. The conference’s technical program will provide an opportunity to earn up to 8 Professional Development Hours over two days.

If you’re attending CEAM, be sure to stop by the U.S. Bridge table and say hi to Brian.  He’ll be ready to discuss how our sustainable bridge designs can make a positive impact on any community.

About CEAM
In 1953, forty-one road engineers and public works officials gathered in Frederick, Maryland to form a group that would raise the technical standards of public service by exchanging ideas and discussing shared challenges in county engineering.  That organization became known as the County Engineers Association of Maryland (CEAM).

Today, CEAM provides a forum for new ideas and is an advocate for the infrastructure needs of the entire state.  The Association promotes professional education and an adherence to the highest standards of engineering, construction, management, and public policy.

The County Engineers strive for permanence and stability, not only in the roads, bridges, and facilities they design and build, but in the professional tradition they have established across the state.  CEAM fosters the open discussion of technical information, promotes educational programs and training, and supports an extensive scholarship program that will help supply the next generation of engineers.

Click here for more information about CEAM.

*Image is the Old Paper Mill Road Bridge over Loch Raven Reservoir in Baltimore, Maryland.