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The Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers (MALSCE) is dedicated to promoting the highest possible standards of professional practices in the public’s interest.
Join MALSCE for the 2018 Annual Convention on Friday and Saturday, March 2&3, 2018 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Leominster!
The first step to becoming a surveyor is to get a degree. Accredited college programs in Surveying or Geomatics are available throughout the country. Colleges and Technical Schools offer two-year and four-year degree programs.
I don’t like to think of myself as old but I am. I have been surveying for close to 50 years. The difference between how I used to survey and how surveying is done now is different. This difference was brought to the forefront of my thinking one day when I was surveying with a young surveyor. As we compared the distance we measured between two corner monuments to the distance set forth in the original survey performed in 1968, the young surveyor was appalled that the original surveyor was off six tenths of a foot between the two monuments.Read more
Donate an item for the auction to benefit the MALSCE Education Trust. To donate an item, simply bring it to the registration desk at the convention by 12:00PM on Friday, March 2. If you wish to donate an item, but cannot attend the convention, contact Rich Keenan at 617/305-4110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more
Important: To be recognized as a MALSCE member you must login using your MALSCE assigned username and password.
Registration is processed through the MALSCE associated website, www.engineers.org. MALSCE is supported by the staff of The Engineering Center Education Trust.
Please note: Altering your name or contact information during registration may overwrite your record in our membership database and prevent you from receiving your member benefits.
If you have additional questions regarding registration, please contact us at 617/227-5551 or email@example.com.