ESD Affiliate Society Roster

The following organizations are Affiliate Society Members of The Engineering Society of Detroit.

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Air & Waste Management Association - East Michigan Chapter (EMAWMA)

rep: Sol P. Baltimore,
Representative
Environmental Communications
28742 Blackstone Drive
Lathrup Village,  MI   tel: (248) 569-3633
e-mail: spbaltimore@yahoo.com

rep2: J. Brian Gasiorowski,
Chair

PO Box 725162

Berkley,  MI  48072
e-mail: Brian.Gasiorowski@dafarge-na.com

web: http://www.emawma.org/

The Chapter was established in 1975 by environmental professionals in southeast Michigan to educate environmental professionals and students as well as provide an open forum for the discussion of environmental issues. The Chapter was charted as the “Michigan Chapter Air Pollution Control Association.” During the twenty years that followed the international association modified its name for the Air Pollution Control Association to the Air & Waste Management Association. Principal activities include sponsoring Michigan Science Fairs, providing scholarships for Michigan environmental graduate students and organizing meetings and technical conferences.


American Association of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)


ASME Headquarters
Two Park Avenue
New York,  NY  10016-5990
tel: 800-843-2763
e-mail: CustomerCare@asme.org


 

web: https://www.asme.org/

ASME is a not-for-profit professional organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing and skill development across all engineering disciplines, while promoting the vital role of the engineer in society.


American Association of Mechanical Engineers - WSU Chapter (ASME-WSU)

rep: David Gotti,
President
Room 2214
  e-mail: president.asmewsu@gmail.com

rep2: Dr. Trilochan Singh,
Faculty Advisor
  tel: 313-577-3843
e-mail: tsing@eng.wayne.edu

web: http://engineering.wayne.edu/org/asme/

ASME helps the global engineering community develop solutions to real world challenges. Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME is a not-for-profit professional organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing and skill development across all engineering disciplines, while promoting the vital role of the engineer in society. ASME codes and standards, publications, conferences, continuing education and professional development programs provide a foundation for advancing technical knowledge and a safer world.


American Chemical Society - Detroit Section (ACS-D)

rep: Matt Mio,




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tel:
e-mail: miomj@udmercy.edu

rep2: Denise Grimsley,


,   e-mail: denise.grimsley@basf.com

web: http://detroit.sites.acs.org/

The American Chemical Society is a self-governed individual membership organization that consists of more than 158,000 members at all degree levels and in all fields of chemistry. The organization provides a broad range of opportunities for peer interaction and career development, regardless of professional or scientific interests. The programs and activities conducted by ACS today are the products of a tradition of excellence in meeting member needs that dates from the Society's founding in 1876.


American Chemical Society - Midland Section (ACS-Midland)

rep: Michelle Cummings,
Chair, Midland Section, ACS
Research Chemist, Dow Corning
PO Box 2695
Midland,  MI  48641-2695
e-mail: michelle.cummings@dowcorning.com


 

web: http://www.midlandacs.org/

The objectives of the Midland Section of the American Chemical Society include the following: •Encourage in the broadest and most liberal manner the advancement of chemistry in all its branches •Promote research in chemical science and industry •Improve the qualification and usefulness of chemists through high standards of professional ethics, education and attainments •Increase and diffuse chemical knowledge •Promote scientific interests and inquiry To this end, the Midland Section has numerous programs not only for ACS members but also for students, educators, and the wider community enveloped by the counties included in the Section: Midland, Bay, Saginaw, Gratiot, and Isabella. Come and see what we're doing and how you can be a part of it!


American Concrete Institute - Greater Michigan Chapter (ACI-GMC)

rep: Tony Johnson, PE ,
Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute
Chapter Mailbox Drop 38800 Country Club
PO Box 9094

Farmington Hills,   MI   tel: (248) 726-0500
e-mail: administrator@acigmc.org

rep2: Luis A Mata,
Student Chapter
Lawrence Technological University - Civil Engineering
21000 W. Ten Mile Rd.

Southfield,  MI  48075
tel: (248) 204-2598
e-mail: lmata@ltu.edu

web: http://www.acigmc.org

For years, ACI Chapters have been meeting the concrete information needs of local concrete practitioners. From only one chapter in 1959 to total of 89 in 28 countries worldwide today, Chapters continue to bridge the technology gap between the local concrete construction market and ACI International. ACI Chapters offer unique opportunities to learn more about your industry.


American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)

rep: Ronald W. Brenke, PE,
Executive Director/Secretary
American Council of Engineering Companies
215 N. Walnut St.

Lansing,  MI  48901-9189
tel: (517) 332-2066
e-mail: rbrenke@acecmi.org

rep2: Michael Cooper,
President, ACEC



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web: http://www.acecmi.org/

ACEC of Michigan is a nonprofit trade association made up of over 120 consulting engineering, surveying, architectural, geotechnical and scientific firms. ACEC/M is part of the American Council of Engineering Companies in Washington D.C., which is comprised of more than 5,500 firms nationwide.


American Foundry Society - Saginaw Valley Chapter (AFS-Sag)

rep: Bob Conrad,
President
American Foundry Society, Saginaw Valley Chapter
Roberts Sinto Inc,
3001 West Main Street
Lansing,  MI  


 

web: http://www.saginawvalleyafs.org/

The American Foundry Society was founded in 1896 and has grown to an international organization of approximately 13,000 members in 47 countries.  Fifty-three local chapters and 28 student chapters in the United States, Canada and Mexico are affiliated with AFS. AFS assists member companies and individuals to effectively and efficiently manage all production operations, to profitably market their products and services, and to equitably manage their employees. AFS also promotes the interests of the foundry industry before the legislative and executive branches of the federal government. With the direction of its volunteer committee structure, the professional staff of AFS provides support in the areas of technology, management and education to further activities that will enhance the economic progress of the metal casting industry. The mission of the American Foundry Society today is "to provide and promote knowledge and services that strengthen the metal casting industry for the ultimate benefit of its customers and society."


American Foundry Society - Detroit Windsor Chapter (AFS-DW)

rep: Paul Jones,
President
Detroit-Windsor American Foundry Society
PO Box 5175

Warren,  MI   e-mail: paul.jones@waupacafoundry.com

rep2: Bill Ruth,
Representative
Fritz Enterprises Inc.
255 Marion
River Rouge,  MI  48218
tel: (313) 841-9460
e-mail: williamAruth2000@yahoo.com

web: http://www.afsdetroit.com/

The American Foundry Society was founded in 1896 and has grown to an international organization of approximately 13,000 members in 47 countries.  Fifty-three local chapters and 28 student chapters in the United States, Canada and Mexico are affiliated with AFS. AFS assists member companies and individuals to effectively and efficiently manage all production operations, to profitably market their products and services, and to equitably manage their employees. AFS also promotes the interests of the foundry industry before the legislative and executive branches of the federal government. With the direction of its volunteer committee structure, the professional staff of AFS provides support in the areas of technology, management and education to further activities that will enhance the economic progress of the metal casting industry. The mission of the American Foundry Society today is "to provide and promote knowledge and services that strengthen the metal casting industry for the ultimate benefit of its customers and society."


American Institute of Architects-Detroit Chapter (AIA-D)

rep: Bert Kosek,
Representative
AIA-Detroit
Neumann-Smith Architecture
400 Galleria Officentre, Suite #455
Southfield,  MI   tel: (248) 352-8310
e-mail: bkoseck@neumannsmith.com

rep2: ,
Business Manager
AIA Detroit
553 East Jefferson Avenue

Detroit ,  MI  48226
tel: (313) 588-1411
e-mail: businessmanager@aiadetroit.com

web: www.aiadetroit.com/

The American Institute of Architects has grown to a robust, focused organization providing guidance, service, and standards to architects around the world. The AIA continues to strive for quality, consistency, and safety in the built environment and to serve as the voice of the architecture.


American Institute of Architects-Flint (AIA-FLINT)

rep: Freeman T. Greer,
President, AIA-Flint
Architectural Design & Consultation, PLLC
 


 

web: http://www.aiaflint.com/

Throughout the years AIA/Flint has been active in meeting the needs of our members by helping them stay informed on technology, materials, best practice, codes, legislation and client services. For the communities AIA/Flint has provided, through our members, a greater quality of life for all. AIA/Flint members have volunteered their time and offered their expertise to serve on planning commissions, zoning and code boards, school and church boards. They have hosted conferences and architectural tours, held community design charrettes, fund raised for scholarships, housing and social programs; mentored, taught and shared our knowledge on the built environment.


American Institute of Architects-Michigan* (AIA-MI)

rep: Paul Dannels, FAIA,
President, AIA-Michigan
Michael A. Neville, AIA
4219 Woodward Ave., Suite 205

Detroit,  MI   tel: (313) 436-8641
e-mail: mneville@ghafari.com

rep2: Cathy Mosely,
Executive Director

4219 Woodward Ave., Suite 205
Detroit,  MI  48201
tel: 313-965-4100
e-mail: cathy@aiami.com 

web: http://www.aiami.com/

AIA Michigan works to enhance the architect's position as the leader of the building team and designer of the built environment. This mission is achieved through: Public Advocacy - developing and disseminating policies that enhance the natural and built environment and by influencing legislation and regulatory policies that improves the effectiveness of the profession. Education - of the public to the value of the profession; education of members to a higher standard of practice; and education of students to the changing needs of the profession. Fellowship - through activities that promote interaction between the members and allied professionals.


American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)

rep: Suzanne Dakin, PhD,
Interim Chair
American Institute of Chemical Engineers

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e-mail: detroitaiche@gmail.com

rep2:
  e-mail: REMEAD@aol.com

web: http://www.aiche.org/community/local-sections/detroit-local-section

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers, AIChE, was founded in 1908. AIChE is a professional association of more than 50,000 members that provides leadership in advancing the chemical engineering profession. Its members are creative problem-solvers who use their scientific and technical knowledge to develop processes and design and operate plants to make useful products at a reasonable cost. Chemical engineers are also at the forefront of research to assure the safe and environmentally-sound manufacture, use and disposal of chemical products.


American Institute of Chemical Engineers - Mid Michigan Chapter (MMAIChE)

rep: Michael Durisin, PE,

HTSE, Inc. on assignment to The Dow Chemical Company Process Control Information
Engineering Solutions, Michigan Regional Engineering
1261 Bldg, Office 110
Midland,  MI   tel: 989-638-7499
e-mail: durisinm@umich.edu

rep2: Laura Dietsche ,
Chair, MMAIChE
Dow Chemical Company
1616 Bldg.
Midland,  MI   tel: (989) 636-5274
e-mail: ljdietsche@dow.com

web: http://www.mmaiche.org/

MidMichiganAIChE@gmail.com


American Nuclear Society - Michigan Section (ANS)

rep: Kevin Dahm

c/o Tetra Tech Nuclear
710 Avis Drive
Ann Arbor,  MI   tel: (734) 930-7500
e-mail: mi-ans@adventengineering.com

rep2: Rebecca Steinman,
Advent Engineering

24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr.

Ann Arbor,  MI  48106
e-mail: rls@adventengineering.com

web: http://local.ans.org/mi/

ANS is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to the development, application , and dissemination of information about the benefits of nuclear science and technology. The MI-ANS primarily provides a forum for scientific and technical exchange concerning the peaceful applications of nuclear science and technology. We sponsor a variety of public information and education activities throughout the year going to schools and community groups. We encourage any interested professional, educator, or other member of the public to attend our regular meetings.


American Polish Engineering Association (APEA)

rep: Susan Ostrowski, MA, PE, FESD,
Manufacturing Engineer - Productivity
Ford Motor Company
30084 Merrick Dr.
Warren,  MI  48092-1802
tel: (734) 458-0815
e-mail: sostrowski@peoplepc.com



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e-mail:

web: http://apea.com

The American Polish Engineering Association, formed in 1975, represents many disciplines of engineering united by our common ancestry. Our goals: unite persons of Polish origin or descent who are engaged or interested in the engineering profession and its allied arts and sciences; promote the professional growth, education and development of our members; and enlighten the public about the contributions to society made by engineers of Polish descent.


American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS)

rep: Nate Jolliff
900 Wilshire Dr.
Suite 202
Troy,  MI   tel: 248-663-2416
e-mail: president@apicsdet.org

rep2: Dave Cottrill
  e-mail: admin@apicsdet.org

web: http://www.apicsdet.org/

APICS -The Operations Management Association- Greater Detroit Chapter. We are ambitious, smart, and passionate about operations and supply chain management. We invite you to bring to our chapter your intellect, drive, and talents. By joining our Chapter, you can access to the APICS world-class education, publications and industry content, and share with a network of dedicated professionals across Southeast Michigan.


American Society for Quality - Greater Detroit Section 1000* (ASQ-1000)

rep: John Boulahanis,PE, MBA, MSECCS, CSSBB,
Chapter Liaison

 
tel: 734-513-2874

rep2: Steve Sibrel,
Chair

,   e-mail: ssibrel2000@yahoo.com

web: http://www.asqdetroit.org/

ASQ's mission is to serve the community through our commitment to excellence and quality.


American Society for Quality 1004 - Saginaw Valley* (ASQ-1004)

rep: Beth Hyde ,
Chair


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tel: (989) 233-5158
e-mail: jhickey@duro-last.com

rep2: Mark Oullette,
Rep.
Duro-Last Roofing
227 Kaiser Tower Rd.
Saginaw,  MI  48601
tel: (989) 233-5158 (989) 697-5454
e-mail: mouellet@duro-last.com

web: http://asq.org/sections/mini-sites/1004

The Saginaw Valley Section of the American Society for Quality is dedicated to the advancement of quality through membership development by education, recognition and interaction with peers within the community.


American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers - Michigan Section (ASABE)

rep: Sylvia Schonauer,
Chair
  tel:
e-mail: sylvia.schonauer@kellogg.com

rep2: ,

 

web: http://www.asabe.org/membership/sections-districts/michigan.aspx

The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers is an educational and scientific organization dedicated to the advancement of engineering applicable to agricultural, food, and biological systems. Agricultural, Food and Biological Engineers develop efficient and environmentally sensitive methods of producing food, fiber, timber, and renewable energy sources for an ever-increasing world population. ASABE membership is open to all (engineers as well as non-engineers) who are interested in the knowledge and application of engineering in agricultural, food, and biological systems. ASABE's technical specialty areas: Biological Engineering, Education, Food and Process, Engineering, Information and Electrical Technologies, Power and Machinery, Soil and Water, Structures and Environment, Ergonomics, Safety and Health, Forest Engineering, Aquacultural, and Engineering.


American Society of Civil Engineers - Michigan Section (ASCE)

rep: Ron Brenke, PE,
Executive Director

215 N. Walnut St.
Lansing,  MI   tel: 517-332-2066
e-mail: rbrenke@acecmi.org

rep2: Theresa Kline, PE,
President
  tel:
e-mail: klinet@michigan.gov

web: http://sections.asce.org/michigan/default.html

ASCE’s mission is to provide essential value to our members, their careers, our partners and the public by developing leadership, advancing technology, advocating lifelong learning and promoting the profession.


American Society of Civil Engineers - Michigan Section (ASCE-SAG)

rep: Erich V Smith, P.E., M.ASCE,
President
  tel: (989) 686-4829


 

web: http://www.asce.org/templates/membership-communities-branch-detail.aspx?branchid=000000882703


American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin - Michigan Chapter (ASEIO)

rep: Bipin Mistry,
Representative



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tel: (313) 544-7117
e-mail: b.mistry@yahoo.com

rep2: Jwalant Lakhia,
President
P O Box 530728
Livonia,  MI   tel: (248) 875-9955
e-mail: president@aseimi.org

web: http://www.aseimi.org/

The American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin (ASEI) consists of two levels, National Level and chapters. Currently ASEI has 11 chapters across the USA and India including Student Chapters and is linked with various professionals, institutions and business organizations in promoting technical and business issues of interest to our members. ASEI is an international non-profit professional organization of engineers, students and professionals primarily engaged in the pursuit of the enhancement of technical, professional, educational and economic benefits to its members, pave the way for global networking and exchange of knowledge with other countries.


American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air Conditioning Engineers - Eastern Michigan Chapter (ASHRAE-E)

rep: Matt Zeigler
New Tech
1905 Mark Putnam Road
Midland,  MI   tel: (989) 631-8324
e-mail: mzeigler@newtechtm.com


 

web: http://www.emiashrae.org/

Membership in ASHRAE is open to any person associated with building systems, particularly HVAC&R; energy efficiency; indoor air quality; and sustainability within the building industry.


American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air Conditioning* Engineers - Detroit Chapter (ASHRAE)

rep: Brian Noonan, PE, LEED AP,
President, Detroit Chapter
SmithGroupJJE
500 Griswold Street
Suite 1700
Detroit,  MI  
tel: (313) 442-8129
e-mail: brian.noonan@smithgroupjjr.com

rep2: Janice Means, PE



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web: http://www.detroitashrae.org/

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) – Detroit Chapter ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is an international organization of over 55,000 persons. ASHRAE fulfills its mission of advancing the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, refrigeration and air conditioning to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world through research, standards writing, publishing, continuing education, and certification programs. The Society’s vision is to strive to be the global leader, the foremost source of technical and educational information, and the primary provider of opportunity for professional growth to its members. Embodied in ASHRAE are core values of Advancement, Leadership, Integrity, Service and Excellence. Visit ashrae.org and detroitashrae.org.


American Society of Mechanical Engineers - Michigan* (ASME)

rep: Brian Breuhan,
Co-Chair
ASME

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e-mail: bbreuhan@asme.org

rep2: Chuck Stahl,




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web: https://community.asme.org/metro_detroit_section/default.aspx

 

Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, today's ASME is a 120,000-member professional organization focused on technical, educational and research issues of the engineering and technology community. ASME conducts one of the world's largest technical publishing operations, holds numerous technical conferences worldwide, and offers hundreds of professional development courses each year. ASME sets internationally recognized industrial and manufacturing codes and standards that enhance public safety .  There are a combined 400 sections and student sections serving ASME's worldwide membership. 

 

ASME - Professional Sections:

Southeastern Michigan Section
http://www.asmedetroit.org

Central Michigan Section
http://sections.asme.org/cmich

Saginaw Valley Section
http://sections.asme.org/saginawvalley


ASME Student Sections:

Central Michigan University

http://www.sections.asme.org/cmich

Eastern Michigan University

Ferris State University
http://studentsections.asme.org/ferrisstate

Grand Valley State University
https://sites.google.com/site/gvsuasme/home

Lake Superior State University
http://www.lssu.edu/eng/studentorgs/asme.php

Lawrence Technological University
http://www.ltu.edu/engineering/engineering_current_students_orgs.asp#American_Society_of_Mechanical_Engineers

Michigan State University
http://www.egr.msu.edu/asme

Michigan Technological University
http://www.me.mtu.edu/asme

Oakland University
http://www.oakland.edu/?id=22001&sid=304

Saginaw Valley State University
http://orgs.svsu.edu/clubs/asme/asmecmte.htm

University of Detroit – Mercy
http://eng-sci.udmercy.edu/faculty/faculty/mechanical/plantenberg-kirstie.htm

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
http://www.umich.edu/~asme/

University of Michigan – Dearborn
umdamse@gmail.com

University of Toledo
https://www.facebook.com/asmeut/

University of Windsor – Ontario, CANADA
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/mme/

Wayne State University
http://www.eng.wayne.edu/page.php?id=5221

 

 




 

 


 


American Society of Mechanical Engineers - Saginaw Valley Section (ASME-SAG)

rep: Dr. Raghu Echempati
Kettering University
1700 West Third Ave.
Flint,  MI   tel: 810-762-7835
e-mail: echempatir@asme.org


 

web: https://community.asme.org/saginaw_valley_section/default.aspx/

It is in the nature of engineers to get involved. While movies or books may get our pulses racing with made-up stories of lone inventors – sane or otherwise – it's almost impossible to imagine an engineering project that's not collaborative. So for engineers, involvement at all stages of a project, from conception to delivery, is a given. Likewise, involvement in the community, to encourage and facilitate


American Society of Plumbing Engineers - Eastern Michigan Chapter* (ASPE-EMC)

rep: Dann E. Holmes ,
Chapter Affiliate Liaison


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tel: 734-214-6222
e-mail: dholmes@nsf.org

rep2: ,
William Grayzar, CPD
President
1911 Ring Drive Troy

Troy,  MI  48083
e-mail: bill@dsdonline.com

web: http://eastern-michigan.aspe.org

The American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) is the international organization for professionals skilled in the design and specification of plumbing systems. ASPE is dedicated to the advancement of the science of plumbing engineering, to the professional growth and advancement of its members, and to the health, welfare and safety of the public. The Eastern Michigan Chapter was founded in December 1975 with 16 members and has grown to over 130 members. It is now the largest chapter in Region 2 and has been dubbed the "educational chapter." The Eastern Michigan Chapter prides itself on providing expertise by integrating experience with education.


American Society of Safety Engineers - Greater Detroit Chapter* (ASSE-DETROIT)

rep: Jessica Jannaman, Corporate Safety Specialist, NAFTA Environment, Health & Safety,
President



,     e-mail: jessica.jannaman@fcagroup.com

rep2: Bill Ruth,
Representative
Fritz Enterprises Inc.
255 Marion
River Rouge,  MI  48218
tel: (313) 841-9460
e-mail: williamAruth2000@yahoo.com

web: http://greaterdetroit.asse.org/index.php

Founded in 1911, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) is the world's oldest and largest professional safety organization. ASSE's mission is to foster the technical , scientific, managerial and ethical knowledge, skills and competency of safety, health and environmental professions; for the protection of people, property and the environment, and to advance the status and promote the advancement of the safety profession. Currently, the membership for ASSE is more than 33,000 worldwide.


American Society of Sanitary Engineering for Plumbing and Sanitary Research (ASSE-PLUMBING)

rep: Dann Holmes,
Plastics Piping System Components Program
NSF
789 N. Dixboro Rd
PO Box 130140 Ann Arbor, MI 48113
Ann Arbor,  MI   tel: (734) 769-8010
e-mail: americas@nsf.org

rep2: Esteban Cabello, PE, FASPE,
President
Jred Engineering Inc
 

web: http://www.asse-plumbing.org/chapters/region04_mi.html

The American Society of Sanitary Engineering for Plumbing and Sanitary Research Is a nonprofit organization that is comprised of individual and sustaining members who represent all disciplines of the Plumbing Industry. It’s mission is to, in the spirit of its motto “Prevention Rather Than Cure,” continually improve the performance, reliability and safety of plumbing systems. The society develops and maintains product performance and professional qualification standards whose sole purpose is to protect the health of the public. The society is involved in maintaining active product seal control, and professional qualification credentialing. ASSE also provides interactive platforms at both the national and local levels to provide guidance and solutions regarding legislative, engineering, installation workmanship, and manufacturing challenges as they are related to enhancing the health and safety aspect of plumbing.


American Water Works Association (AWWA)

rep: Eric Johnson,

Michigan Section
PO Box 150469
Grand Ledge,  MI   tel: 517-292-2912
e-mail: ejohnson@mi-water.org


 

web: http://www.mi-water.org/

The membership of the Section consists of all members of the American Water Works Association affiliated with the Michigan Section, AWWA, currently about 1,750 strong. Key membership sectors includes water works personnel, consultants, regulators and vendors and manufacturers. Mission Statement: The mission of the Michigan Section, AWWA is to enhance the knowledge, skills and technology necessary for public water suppliers to produce a safe, adequate, and reliable supply of drinking water, to promote laws and regulations which protect public health and to promote public confidence in their product.


American Welding Society, Detroit Section* (AWS-DW)

rep: Ray Roberts,
General Motors
30001 Van Dyke

Warren,  MI   tel: (810) 602-9755
e-mail: ray.j.roberts@gm.com

rep2: Tyler Alexander,
President

PO Box 32952
Detroit,  MI  

web: http://www.awsdetroit.org/

The AWS Detroit Section's mission is to advance the science, technology and application of welding and allied joining and cutting processes, including brazing, soldering and thermal spraying. To support deserving Welding Engineering students with scholarships annually.


Arab American Association of Engineers and Architects, Michigan (AAAEA)

rep: Mahmoud E. El-Gamal, PhD, PE ,

Professional Service Industries
45749 Helm Street
Plymouth,  MI   tel: (734) 453-7900
e-mail: info@aaeausa.com

rep2: Aboud Atiyeh,
President, AAAEA-MI
Sole Construction
5940 Commerce Dr
Westland,  MI  48185
e-mail: info@aaeausa.com

web: http://aaaea-mi.com/

Deliver and foster multi-disciplinary future professional growth, develop understanding, increase multi-cultural awareness, establish engineering and scientific enhancement programs, all for the betterment of the local community and society as a whole.


Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America - Michigan Section (AESA-MI)

rep: Edmond Megerian,


2075 Jeffrey Dr.

Troy,  MI   tel: (248) 204-2813
e-mail: Edmond.Megerian@aesa.org

rep2: Arthur Kalajian,
President, Arthur E Kalajian Assoc. Inc, Architects
Arthur E Kalajian Assoc. Inc, Architects
1871 Austin
Troy,  MI  48083
tel: (248) 524-3616
e-mail: aekalajian@sbcglobal.net

web: http://www.aesa.org/index.php?x=8&y=62

The objective of the AESA Michigan Section is to encourage technical and social interaction among Armenian architects, scientists and engineers in the State of Michigan, and to foster the dissemination of knowledge in science and engineering. Its important missions include generating and supporting worthwhile technical projects for the economical well-being of the Armenian homeland, to keep technical people in Armenia, and to encourage all technically oriented Armenians to join the AESA in this purpose.


ASM International - Detroit Chapter* (ASM-INT)

rep: Tom Kozina,
Chapter Liaison/Representatieve


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e-mail: tomkozina@aim.com

rep2: Manish Mehta, PhD, Director of Collaboration Programs,
Chair, ASM International - Detroit Chapter General Motors Corp.
National Center for Manufacturing Sciences
3025 Boardwalk

Ann Arbor,  MI  48107
tel: 734-995-4938
e-mail: ASMDetroitChapter@gmail.com

web: http://detroit.asminternational.org/portal/site/detroit/Home/PhotoGallery/ChapterMeetings/

ASM International was formed for the exclusive purpose of advancing and disseminating scientific, engineering and technical knowledge, particularly with respect to the manufacture, processing, characterization, selection, understanding, use and life-cycle of metals and other engineering materials. This is accomplished through education, research and the compilation and dissemination of information, which serves technical and professional needs and interest, thereby benefiting the general public. The Detroit Chapter, like the 96 other ASM Chapters, is built around the needs of people with a direct interest in metals and materials...whether it be production, processing, fabricating, testing, design, application, sales, purchasing, teaching or another related area. Through chapter meetings, ASM brings these many different types of people together so they can discuss their common interests in metals, "talk shop," compare notes, and exchange ideas. Chapter meetings are highlighted by experts who present lectures and report on developments concerning engineering materials, thus advancing the knowledge of metals and materials in a very direct way.


ASM International - Saginaw Valley (ASM-SAGINAW )

rep: Peg Jones,
Chair
  tel: (989) 860-8968
e-mail: gy.jones@gm.com


 

web: http://saginawvalley.asminternational.org/portal/site/saginawvalley/

Historically the Saginaw Valley ASM Chapter membership was dominated by Dow, GM, and Delphi employees working on metals for the automotive industry. We knew a lot about cast iron, magnesium, steel, and heat treating. Over the past decade we have seen a shift in our membership with more members working as consultants, teachers, and for small businesses. Although metals and heat treating remain primary areas of interest, we also have members working in plastics and solar materials. This shift in materials reflects the Great Lakes Bay region's efforts to diversify our economy. We hope to support those efforts and the new needs of our members with relevant programming and continuing education. A number of our active members have transferred from Saginaw and Flint to the Pontiac area over the past ten years. Relocations and retirements of key volunteers have created openings in the Chapter leadership. We welcome your ideas and help, and will be glad to define a volunteer role that fits your schedule and interests. Another big change in our Chapter is a happier one -- we welcomed alumni from 10 years of ASM Teachers Camps at University of Michigan, Michigan Tech, and more than 25 other Camp locations into our Chapter. Teachers who complete the weeklong workshop receive a free one year membership to ASM. We're eager to hear what we can do to help Teachers Camp alumni implement what you learned in your classroom, and hope to see you at an ASM event. Your curiosity and dedication are inspiring.


Association for Iron & Steel Technology* (AIST)

rep: Roger Kalinowsky, PE,

Sidock Group
45651 Grand River Ave.
Novi,  MI   tel: 248-349-4500 ext 115
e-mail: rkalinowski@sidockgroup.com

rep2: Kathy Bezeneh ,
Admin

  tel: 248-349-4500 ext 100

web: http://www.aist.org/

The Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST) is a non-profit organization that advances the technical development, production, processing and application of iron and steel. AIST membership is comprised of over 13,800 individuals worldwide and includes iron and steel producers, suppliers, academics and students.


Association of Enterprise Architects (AEA)

rep: Suresh Done,
Founder & Chair
http://www.snatinc.com/
  tel: 248-719-2613


 

web: http://www.globalaea.org

The goals of AEA are to increase job opportunities for all members and increase their market value by advancing professional excellence, and to raise the status of the profession as a whole and a dvancing professional excellence. An Enterprise Architect’s skills have to be based on: •An accepted professional structure •High standards of expertise •Recognized best practice •An assurance that the skills are transferable between enterprises The Association of Enterprise Architects (AEA) provides its members with the credibility, recognition, and benefits of an international community of professionals.


Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA)

rep: Steve Handschuh
Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association
MEMA Corporate Office AASA & HDMA
10 Laboratory Dr.
Research Triangle ,   NC  27709
tel: (919) 549-4800
e-mail: shandschuh@mema.org

rep2: ,
c/o Motor & Equipment Remanufacturers Association
26200 Lahser Rd., Suite 200
Southfield,  MI  48033
tel:

web: http://www.aftermarketsuppliers.org/

The Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) is here to serve your interests. AASA will focus its efforts exclusively on aftermarket parts manufacturers and provide numerous services and programs including: representation before legislators and regulators, strategic market research, international business support, valuable networking opportunities and the latest industry news and insight. The organization has 300 members with 30% being in Michigan. This organization does not have a local chapter and membership information is from the national office. Most of the events are held in Michigan.


Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG)

rep: Scot Sharland,
Executive Director
AIAG HQ
26200 Lahser Road
Suite 200
Southfield,  MI   tel: (248) 358-3570
e-mail: memberinfo@aiag.org

rep2:
POB 51057
Livonia,  MI  

web: https://www.aiag.org/

Established in 1982, AIAG is a not-for-profit association where professionals from a diverse group of stakeholders - including retailers, suppliers of all sizes, automakers, manufacturers, service providers, academia, and government - work collaboratively to streamline industry processes via global standards development & harmonized business practices.


Building Commissioning Association - Central Chapter (BCA)

rep: Philip Saoud,
President, BCA
Peter Basso Associates, Inc.
5145 Livernois, Suite 100
Troy,  MI   tel: 248-879-5666
e-mail: central@bcxa.org


 

web: http://www.bcxachapters.org/central/

The Building Commissioning Association is a non-profit international organization formed in 1998, made up of over 450 members. Members include Cx providers, building owners, energy companies, facility managers, architects, engineers and contractors. The BCA's goal is to achieve high professional standards for commissioning practice, while allowing for the diverse and creative approaches to building commissioning that benefit our profession and clients. The BCA has established a set of attributes of commissioning that all members have agreed to abide by when they serve as Commissioning Authorities.


Construction Association of Michigan (CAM)

rep: Kevin Koehler,
President
43636 Woodward Ave,
PO Box 3204
Bloomfield Hills,  MI   tel: (248) 972-1000


 

web: https://www.cam-online.com/

CAM is a not-for-profit organization supported by annual dues and service fees. CAM is governed by a 12-member Board of Directors, which is elected annually by over 3,000 member companies. CAM’s membership is comprised of general contractors; specialty/sub-contractors; equipment and material suppliers; and service firms (architects, engineers, attorneys, financial management, etc.


Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)

rep: Frank Reed,



,    
tel: 810-922-0799
e-mail: fjreed@nationalgypsum.com

rep2: Vic West, CSI, CDT


,     tel: 734-564-3105
e-mail: victor.west@ppg.com

web: http://detroit.csinet.org/

  ...  And you farewell, whose merits claim
       Justly that highest badge to wear, - -
       Heaven bless your honored, noble name
..

 

             William F. Rockershousen
                   May 1, 1935 - January 13, 2012

 

CSI Affiliate Council Representative and friend; you will be missed by all.


The Construction Specifications Institute advances the process of creating and sustaining the built environment for the benefit of the construction community by using the diversity of its members to exchange knowledge. The Institute provides technical information and products, continuing education, professional conferences and product shows to enhance communication among all disciplines of nonresidential building design and construction and meet the industry's need for a common system of organizing and presenting construction information.


CREW Detroit - Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW)

rep: Dana Kreis Glencer,
President
Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler, PLC


,  MI  
tel: dglencer@dmms.com

rep2: Sheila Suppes,
President
Sasche Construction
  e-mail: sheila@sachse.net

web: http://www.crewdetroit.org

Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Detroit is a founding chapter of CREW Network, the premier professional organization dedicated to advancing the success of women in commercial real estate. Founded in 1986, CREW Detroit is an organization of over 150 professional women within a growing national network of over 8,000 professional women in 74 chapters across the United States and Canada. CREW members represent every discipline in the commercial real estate industry including architects, attorneys, brokers, contractors, designers, developers, engineers, lenders, title agents and many others.


Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Eastern Michigan (CSCMP)

rep: Kerry Zielinski
Ceva Logistics
20750 Civic Center Dr.
Suite 200
Southfield,  MI   tel: (248) 792-1419
e-mail: kerry.zielinski@cevalogistics.com


 

web: http://cscmp.org/imis0/CSCMP/Educate/Online_Courses/CSCMP/Educate/Online_Courses.aspx?hkey=ba42e89e-5186-454f-aad8-421188a5cab6

The supply chain is a complex and sometime fragile endeavor dependent on a network of independent, yet interconnected, moving parts. Vendors supply raw materials, producers convert those raw materials into products, warehouses store that product until it’s needed, distribution centers pick up and deliver that product, retailers, online and in-store, bring that product to you Global partners collaborate across time zones and oceans to decrease costs and increase performance in ways no single company ever could. It requires professional management. Supply chain management encompasses everyone involved in maintaining the supply chain. Behind every product, there are supply chain management professionals making it possible to get your products better, faster, and cheaper.


Detroit Chinese Business Association (DCBA)

rep: Milan Stevanovich,
Business and Community Development
2100 West Big Beaver Road Suite 207
Troy,  MI   tel: (248) 719-9100
e-mail: milan@dcba.com

rep2: Jerry Xu (??) ,
President
  e-mail: jxu@dcba.com

web: https://www.dcba.com/

The Detroit Chinese Business Association (DCBA) is a Michigan based non-profit 501(c)6 organization. Founded in 1995, its primary goal is to foster bilateral business relationships between Chinese companies and the US. Leveraging its services is the most effective way to do business between Michigan and China.


Detroit Chinese Engineers Association (DCEA)

rep: Wayne Cai ,
President
PO Box 1595
Warren,  MI   e-mail: h288@comcast.net

rep2: Dr. Jamie Hsu,
Professor of Management and Engineering
Lawrence Technological University
21000 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Buell Building M309C
Southfield,  MI  48075
tel: 248-953-8083
e-mail: jhsu@ltu.edu

web: http://detroitengineer.org/

The Detroit Chinese Engineers Association promotes technical excellence and innovations in science and engineering. The society provides a global network for technology, business, as well as cultural exchange, disseminating information on career and business opportunities, and promoting cultural awareness and the value of diversity in society. Together we will advance in both technology and career.


Detroit Society for Coatings Technology (DSCT)

rep: Ronald P. Andrus,
Developmental Chemist-Waterborne Coatings
Matrix System Automotive Finishes, Inc.
10315 E. Love Joy Road
Byron,  MI   tel: (800) 735-0303
e-mail: rpandrus@matrixsystem.com

rep2: Jeff Tish,
President

PO Box 721186
Berkley,  MI  48072
tel:
e-mail: jtish@specialtychemicalsales.com

web: http://www.dsctfocus.org/

The DSCT shall operate solely and exclusively as a non-profit organization with the following objectives: 1. To develop or provide scientific, engineering and technical data, facts and standards. To promote research and the application of the sciences to further the development, manufacture and use of paints, varnishes, lacquers, related protective and decorative coatings, printing inks, sealants, adhesives and other related products; and the raw materials necessary for these products. 2. To promote educational activities and the interchange of ideas among its members and the public. 3. To arrange for the collection and dissemination of information pertinent to the industries served by the DSCT, and for the presentation, discussion and publication of papers and other contributions. 4. To organize and operate as a Constituent Society of the Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology and to coordinate its activities with those of the Federation. 5. To promote the improvement of products, the elimination of wasteful methods of manufacture, and foster manufacturing procedures and practices that minimize pollution of the environment as a service to the industry and the public as a whole. 6. To cooperate with other organizations, public and private, to accomplish these objectives.


Detroit Society for Human Resource Management* (DSHRM)

rep: Cheryl Dry,
Detroit SHRM Administrator
P.O. Box 99463
Troy,  MI   tel: (248) 478-6498
e-mail: info@detroitshrm.org


 

web: http://www.mishrm.org/members/group_content_view.asp?group=140420&id=430078

Detroit SHRM is the largest Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)-affiliated chapter in Michigan with members representing diverse companies located in Southeast Michigan, within Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Members represent a wide variety of industries, including, but not limited to, manufacturing, healthcare, finance, retail, technology, non-profits, telecommunications and professional services. Detroit SHRM provides its members with exceptional learning and development experiences and networking opportunities through meetings, webinars, discussions forums, certification programs, and chapter and community service activities. As an affiliate of SHRM and its Michigan Council, Detroit SHRM gives members access to the world’s largest association devoted to the advancement of the human resources profession. Our membership includes practitioners in all HR disciplines and professional levels ranging from senior human resources officers to mid-level managers and specialists, individuals practicing as HR departments of one, and students.


Engineers Without Borders - Detroit Professional Chapter* (EWB)

rep: Dan Royal,
President
EWB-Detroit Professional Chapter


,    
tel: president@ewb-detroit.org
e-mail: danroyal@gmail.com

rep2: Miriam Gasparatto,



,     tel:
e-mail: miriamgasparotto@gmail.com

web: http://www.ewb-detroit.org/

Engineers Without Borders - USA (EWB-USA) is a non-profit humanitarian organization established to partner with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life. This partnership involves the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while involving and training internationally responsible engineers and engineering students.


Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association (GLREA)

rep: Cary Church,
Liaison


,    
tel: (734) 433-0654
e-mail: cshurch@comcast.net

rep2: Todd O'Grady,
President
PO Box 534
Rockford,  MI  49341
tel: (248) 701-3058
e-mail: glrea.info@gmail.com

web: http://www.glrea.org/

The Mission of GLREA is to increase the mainstream use of renewable energy technologies and sustainable energy practices. The Renewable Energy Association is a non-profit organization that educates, advocates, promotes, and publicly demonstrates renewable energy technologies. Membership in GLREA will keep you in touch with current happenings in renewable energy and distributed generation. Your support will help GLREA increase public awareness and use of these technologies. As a member you will receive a copy of the quarterly newsletter, Energy Times. You will also receive discounted rates at any GLREA events.


Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association (HDMA)

rep: Brenna McCann,


1301 W. Long Lake Road, Suite 225

Troy,  MI   tel: (248) 435-1886
e-mail: bmccann@oesa.org


 

web: http://www.hdma.org/

The Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association (HDMA) was established in 1983 to meet heavy duty product manufacturers’ need for a national association dedicated to their specific interests. HDMA is the only organization in the heavy duty sector today dedicated exclusively to heavy duty manufacturers. Everything HDMA does - from market research to government representation - is driven solely by the best interests of manufacturers. HDMA has approximately 560 members in Michigan.


IEOM Society* (IEOM)

rep: Dr. Ali Ahad,
Executive Director
POB 1453
Novi,  MI   tel: (248) 252-8194
e-mail: ahad@ieomsociety.org

rep2: Don Reimer
  tel: (248) 204-2573
e-mail: dreimer@ltu.edu

web: http://ieomsociety.org/

IEOM Society promotes and encourages critical thinking in the field of Industrial Engineering (IE) and Operations Management (OM), provides means to communicate and network among people enthused with similar interests through association services, conferences, seminars, workshops, student chapters, professional chapters, journals and certification across the globe, and illustrative research publications to disseminate the earned knowledge and experience.


Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Southeast Michigan Section* (IEEE)

rep: Kimball Williams,
Representative



,    
e-mail: k.williams@ieee.org

rep2: Bob Neff,
President, IEEE, Southeast Michigan Section



,     tel: (248) 767-8904
e-mail: RLNeff1@gmail.com

web: http://sites.ieee.org/sem/

IEEE is the world’s largest professional association for the advancement of technology. IEEE creates an environment where members collaborate on world-changing technologies from computing, sustainable energy systems and smart-grid, to aerospace, communications, robotics, healthcare, and more. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Southeastern Michigan Section is an international chapter representing ten counties in Southeastern Michigan and Ontario, Canada. Major cities include: Windsor, Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Lansing.


Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, Detroit Chapter (IISE-D)

rep: Jacqueline Sinishtaj,
Chair
DTE Energy
president@iisedetroit.org

Dave Cottrill, Representative,    
e-mail: davecottrill@comcast.net

rep2: Ravi Krishnaswami,
Representative



,     tel:
e-mail: ashnitin@msn.com

web: http://www.iisedetroit.org

Promoting the advancement of Industrial Engineering by providing professional development information and resources to our members and the community.


Instrumentation Systems & Automation Society - Toledo Section (ISA)

rep: Dale Gaerke,

Toledo Section
  tel: 567-336-7908
e-mail: dale.gaerke@o-i.com

rep2:

  tel:

web: https://www.isa.org/toledo/

ISA’s mission is to become the standard for automation globally by certifying industry professionals; providing education and training; publishing books and technical articles; hosting conferences and exhibitions for automation professionals; and developing standards for industry. Our vision is to work in partnership with members, customers, and subject-matter experts to disseminate the highest quality, unbiased automation information worldwide


International Council on Systems Engineering - Michigan Chapter* (INCOSE)

rep: J. Robert Wirthlin,
Michigan Chapter President
General Motors
  e-mail: robert.wirthlin@gm.com

rep2: Jack Stein,
Representative
  tel: (248) 890-2855
e-mail: jack.stein@incose.org

web: http://www.incose.org/michigan/

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1990. Our mission is to advance the state of the art and practice of systems engineering in industry, academia, and government in promoting interdisciplinary, scalable approaches to produce technologically appropriate solutions that meet societal needs.


Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA-Detroit)

rep: John R. Nussbaum IPP, FASSE
 


 

web: http://www.mcadetroit.org

The American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) is the international organization for professionals skilled in the design, specification and inspection of plumbing systems. ASPE is dedicated to the advancement of the science of plumbing engineering, to the professional growth and advancement of its members and the health, welfare and safety of the public. The Eastern Michigan Chapter of ASPE was founded in December of 1975 with 16 members and has grown to well over 100 members. It is the largest chapter in Region 2 and has been dubbed the “educational chapter”. The Eastern Michigan Chapter prides itself on providing expertise by integrating experience with education. Today we take pride in our chapter newsletter second to none in the society and our excellent Annual Plumbing Design ASPE Handbook & Vendor Classes program brochure containing the programs, presenters and their bios.


Mechanical Inspectors Association of Michigan (MIAM-MMIA)

rep: Susan Schippert, Representative,
Sharon Havlick, Administrator
3221 W. Big Beaver Rd., Ste. 305

Troy,  MI  48084-2896
tel: (248) 649-5450
e-mail: mechinspect@smacnad.org

rep2: William Moy ,
Canton, Region #9

  tel: 734-775-3471
e-mail: bmoy@canton-mi.org

web: http://www.mechanicalinspector.com/

The purpose of the Mechanical Inspectors Association of Michigan shall be the advancement of principles and practice to promote safety to life and property in connection with the installation and service of heating, refrigeration and air conditioning equipment and automatic sprinkler and fire suppression systems, and shall include instruction on matters pertaining to the welfare and safety of the general public.


MI Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects (MASLA)

rep: Derek Dalling,
Executive Director
Michigan Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects (MASLA)
1000 W. St. Joseph Highway
Suite 200
Lansing,  MI   tel: (517) 485-4116
e-mail: derek@kindsvatterassociates.com

rep2: SuLin Kotowicz,
President
1000 W. St. Joseph Hwy., Suite 2000
Lansing,  MI  48915

web: http://www.michiganasla.org/

MASLA's mission is to promote the profession of landscape architecture and advance the practice through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship.


Michigan Association of Environmental Professionals* (MAEP)

rep: Cheryl Anne Farmer,

Michigan Association of Environmental Professionals (MAEP)
P.O. Box 695
Pinckney,  MI   tel: (734) 498-2838
e-mail: admin@maep.org

rep2: Bushan Modi,
President
NTH Consultants
 

web: http://www.maep.org/

The Michigan Association of Environmental Professionals is a nonpolitical, multidisciplinary professional society formed to advance the practice of environmental management in the State of Michigan by providing its members with information on issues affecting the profession and with opportunities for continuing education, professional development, recognition, and interaction with their peers. As a chapter of the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP), we endorse and support the objectives of the NAEP.


Michigan Association of Hazardous Materials Managers (MI-AHMP)

rep: John McDonald,
Representative
Arch Environmental
P.O. Box 7090
Novi,  MI   48376-7090
tel:
e-mail: treasurer@mi-ahmp.org

rep2: ,




,     e-mail: Vice-President@mi-ahmp.org

web: http://www.mi-ahmp.org/

The purpose of the CHMM-Michigan is to collectively represent and safeguard the common interest of the Hazardous Materials Management Profession; to cultivate, promote and sustain the science of Hazardous Materials Management; to elevate and maintain the professional character and education of Hazardous Materials Managers; to contribute toward the protection of the environment; and to facilitate the exchange of ideas to improve administration of Hazardous Materials Management programs in the state of Michigan.


Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC)

rep: John Dulmes,
Executive Director
Michigan Chemistry Council
326 West Ottawa
Lansing,  MI   e-mail: info@michiganchemistry.com

rep2: ,


 

web: http://www.michiganchemistry.com/

The Michigan Chemistry Council represents the companies in Michigan that do the business of chemistry in the state. MCC is the environmental advocate for industrial Michigan. Our members manufacture products that are used in the making of most consumers products in our state. There are almost 45,000 people who work directly in the business of chemistry here in Michigan. Almost every product that is manufactured or grown in our state involves chemistry in one way or another. Here you will find information about Michigan companies involved in the business of chemistry in the great lakes state. MCC has been the advocate for the business of chemistry since 1967. Our offices are located directly across the street from the State Capitol.


Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association (MIPLA)

rep: Christopher Francis
Bejin, VanOphem & Bieneman PLC
300 River Place
Suite 1650
Detroit,  MI   tel: (313) 879-2802
e-mail: francis@b2iplaw.com


 

web: http://www.mipla.org

The Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association (MIPLA) is an association of intellectual property attorneys, patent agents, and law students from across the State of Michigan who are interested in patents, trademarks, copyrights, and other intellectual property issues.


Michigan Interfaith Power & Light (MIIPL)

rep: Luke Allen,
Executive Director
15900 W. Ten Mile Rd. #206
Southfield,  MI   tel: (248) 376-4603
e-mail: admin@miipl.org

rep2: Janice Means
Lawrence Technological University
21000 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Southfield,  MI  48075
e-mail: jmeans@ltu.edu

web: http://www.miipl.org/about-michigan-ipl/

Michigan IPL is a coalition of faith communities across the state. Historically, grassroots efforts originating in churches helped abolish slavery, win women’s suffrage, and lead the Civil Rights movement. Today, Michigan IPL works statewide to gather and focus the immense grassroots power within Michigan’s faith communities to help them become leaders in the effort to minimize humankind’s negative impact on the environment. Michigan IPL has two primary goals: 1.Foster and create an educated faith constituency that’s committed to proactive solutions to decreasing harmful coal plant emissions through energy efficiency & renewable technologies. These solutions will decrease air pollution and improve public health. Additionally, as Houses of Worship become more energy efficient and spend less on energy bills, those funds can be re-allocated to support critical community services like food pantries, job placement assistance, homeless shelters, and childcare. 2.Convince public officials, businesses, and utilities to significantly reduce energy demand and move Michigan to a cleaner, more efficient energy system. Michigan needs to replace its antiquated energy system dependent on fossil fuels with a modern, sustainable system that focuses on energy efficiency as well as clean energy sources like wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower. Reducing our reliance on costly, imported fossil fuels will also help grow Michigan’s economy; the construction and installation of efficient and clean energy technologies will create new jobs throughout the state.


Michigan Paralyzed Veterans of America (MPVA)

rep: Michael F. Harris,
Executive Director
40550 Grand River Ave.
Novi,  MI   tel: (800) 638-MPVA (6782)
e-mail: https://www.michiganpva.org/contact-us/


 

web: http://www.michiganpva.org/

Michigan Paralyzed Veterans of America (MPVA) has served Michigan for 52 years, "making a difference" in the lives of veterans, their families, and the public. We are a leadership organization reaching out on behalf of our members (veterans with spinal cord injury or disorders), associate members, and all people with disabilities to provide the highest possible quality of life in Michigan.


Michigan Rural Water Association (MRWA)

rep: Tim Neumann,
Executive Director
Michigan Rural Water Association
780 West Spruce Street
PO Box 960
Harrison,  MI  48625-0960
tel: 616-401-5436
e-mail: tneumann@mrwa.net

rep2: Andrea Schroeder ,
President
City of Davison
200 E. Flint Street, Suite 2
Davison,  MI  48423
tel: (810) 653-2191
e-mail: aschroeder@cityofdavison.org

web: http://mrwa.imiscloud.com/

MRWA's mission is to provide resources, education, and networking to all members, future members, an their customers in order to enhance quality of services.


Michigan Society for Clinical Engineering (MSCE)

rep: John S. Crissman III, BSET, CBET ,
Treasurer
Biomed Department Manager at Beaumont - Grosse Pointe
PO Box 374
Bloomfield Hills,  MI   tel:
e-mail: jcrissman@beaumont.edu

rep2: Joe Hazelton,
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor,  MI   e-mail: jemh@med.umich.edu

web: http://www.michbmet.com/

The Mission of MSCE is to promote the professional development of the membership, advance the development of excellence in patient care in hospitals and related health care facilities and to provide a forum for the exchange of information among the members and to/with other organizations.


Michigan Society of Professional Engineers - Detroit Metro Chapter (MSPE-D)


 

rep2: Nancy McClain,
Giffels Webster
 


Michigan Society of Professional Engineers - Flint Chapter (MSPE-FLINT)

rep: Justin A. Westbrook, PE, President
Rowe Professional Services Co.
540 S Saginaw St. #200
Flint,  MI   e-mail: jwestbrook@rowepsc.com

rep2: Eric Bessolo ,
Treasurer
Zito Construction Co.
  e-mail: ebessolo@zitoconstruction.com

web: http://www.michiganspe.org/page/flint

MSPE is active in the legislature but also with government agencies, schools, colleges and universities and industry to promote the licensure of engineers. MSPE is involved in MATHCOUNTS, Engineers Week, Michigan Youth Engineering & Science (YES!) Expo and many other events aimed at promoting engineering as a career. MSPE awards over $35,000 annually in scholarships to high school students enrolled in collegiate engineering programs. Twice per year, MSPE honors newly licensed Professional Engineers (PEs) by holding a ceremony at the State Capitol and presenting the new PEs with a wall certificate. MSPE is a Link chapter member with the Order of the Engineer, who promotes "Upholding Devotion to the Standards and Dignity of the Engineering Profession" with a ceremony to receive a stainless steel ring worn on the baby finger of the working hand. MSPE members also provide refreshments to Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and PE exam candidates twice per year at examination centers.


Michigan Society of Professional Engineers - Southeastern Michigan (MSPE-SEMi)

rep: Patrick Lewis, PE
  e-mail: Patrick.lewis@monroemi.gov

rep2: Matthew Mikolajczyk, PE,
President-elect
Mannik Smith Group
  e-mail: mmikolajczyk@manniksmithgroup.com

web: http://www.mspesec.org/

The Southeastern Chapter of the Michigan Society of Professional Engineers includes all of Monroe County, the south half of Wayne County, and the east half of Lenawee County. The adjacent chapter to the north is the Detroit Metro Chapter and to the northwest is the Jackson Chapter. We are bounded on the east by Lake Erie and on the south by the State of Ohio.


Michigan Society of Professional Engineers* (MSPE)

rep: Shada Biabani,
Executive Director

215 N. Walnut St., Suite 100 48933
P.O. Box 15276
Lansing,  MI   tel: (517) 487-9388
e-mail: mspe@michiganspe.org

rep2: Michael Schwartz, PE,
President

P.O. Box 15276

Lansing,   MI  48901
tel:

web: http://www.michiganspe.org/

The mission of MSPE is to promote ethical and professional conduct by engineers, to monitor and act on legislative developments that affect engineers, to promote professional licensure, to provide continuing education opportunities for engineers and to promote education of new engineers. The Detroit Metro Chapter of MSPE typically holds 8 to 12 general membership meetings every year, and was recognized by the state organization last year with the Mackinac Award, the highest honor that MSPE provides.


Michigan Society of Professional Surveyors (MSPS)

rep: Mollee Neff ,
Executive Director

220 South Museum Drive
Lansing,  MI   tel: (517) 484-2413
e-mail: mneff@misps.org

rep2: ,



,     tel:

web: http://www.misps.org/

Membership is open to all professional surveyors and to persons trained, registered, or interested in the profession of surveying and mapping. Advance the sciences and disciplines within the profession. Encourages cooperation between the public and private practices and establish channels of communication with other ACSM Member organizations and other societies and assists in the exchange of information on laws, education, professional practice, and other concerns while promoting the profession through an active public relations program. It advances the protection of public welfare relative to surveying and mapping issues and encourages high standards of ethical and professional behavior. It promote public faith and confidence in the profession and support new practical methods of surveying and good business practice. It monitors national and state laws and regulations and encourages improved higher education curricula for surveyors. It honors persons for service to the public, the surveying profession, and the NSPS Foundation Inc. It is support by the bylaws, goals, and objectives of the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping.


Michigan Water Environment Association (MWEA)

rep: Karlyn Wickham,
Deputy Director
MI-WEA

PO Box 397
Bath,  MI   tel: (517) 641-7377
e-mail: Karlyn@mi-wea.org

rep2: Jerry Harte ,
Executive Director, MI-WEA
MI-WEA
PO Box 397
Bath ,  MI  48088
tel: 517-641-7377
e-mail: Jerry@mi-wea.org

web: http://www.mi-wea.org/

The Michigan Water Environment Association brings together a diverse group of individuals whose careers involve the water environment and who have similar objectives from a variety of backgrounds. MWEA provides a forum for all water environment topics. Through this forum a variety of objectives, strategies, and goals have been developed that will enhance the mission of the Association, expand the services provided to members, and result in the continued growth of the Association and its members. MWEA established in 1925 is one of Michigan's oldest organizations. MWEA represents more than 1,700 water quality professionals statewide who are dedicated to preserving, restoring and enhancing Michigan's water resources. MWEA is a member association of the Water Environment Federation (WEF) an international organization with more than 100,000 members worldwide.


Michigan!/usr/group   (MUG)

rep: David T. Satwicz,
Representative
Michigan!/Users/Group
c/o Avairis, Inc.
7438 Gateway Park Dr. Suite B
Clarkston,  MI   e-mail: board@mug.org

rep2: Jim McQuillan,
Chair

122 Garland Way
Waterford,  MI  48327
e-mail: board@mug.org

web: http://www.mug.org

We are the oldest Unix(tm) based user group in the Detroit area. We cover a multitude of Unix and Linux related topics at our monthly meetings. We hold meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of every month, at the Farmington Public Library upstairs auditorium 32737 West 12 Mile Road Farmington Hills, MI.


National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE)

rep: Neil Pittman,
Representative


  e-mail: neil.pittman@hotmail.com

rep2: ,


  tel: (313) 477-1336

web: http://detroitnace.org/

The NACE International mission to protect people, assets, and the environment from the effect of corrosion is global. Our members work in corporations, educational institutions, research facilities, and the federal government. Whether you are a scientist, engineer, contractor, student or simply someone who possesses a real commitment to the advancement of corrosion control, you are invited to become part of this dynamic and influential organization.


National Association of Minority Consulting Engineers Detroit Chapter (NAMCE)

rep: Tarolyn Buckles,
Chair


,    
tel: 313-409-9870
e-mail: tbuckles@onyx-enterprise.com


 

web: http://www.namcenational.org/chapters/detroit.html

NAMCE is the The leading Association for Consulting Engineers that lead Minority Owned Businesses providing education, advocacy, and economic opportunities for its member firms. The Detroit Chapter is a MDOT 50/50 Reimbursable Association


National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)

rep: Angelina Sacco ,
Chair
JLL at Beaumont Health System

,    
tel:
e-mail: Angelina.Sacco@beaumont.edu

rep2: Davida Gerrity,
Sr. Marketing Coordinator
Roncelli


,     tel:
e-mail: DGerrity@roncelli-inc.com

web: http://www.nawicdetroit.org/

Core Purpose: To Enhance The Success of Women In The Construction Industry. Core Values:BELIEVE. PERSERVERE. DARE. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, women comprise about ten percent of the construction work force today. To remain competitive, the industry must continually recruit and train women. Other issues such as pay equity and safety are addressed by NAWIC through committees and round-table discussions. NAWIC members are also personally committed to addressing women’s concerns. Chapter members translate their enthusiasm to different local projects in which they are involved, from building new homes with Habitat for Humanity and renovating historical sites to sponsoring Career Days events in communities and sponsoring camps and educational programming.


National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying ® (NCEES)

rep: Gilbert M. Barish, P.S., CFedS
Geodetic Designs Incorporated Land Surveyors
P.O. Box 1686
Clemson,  SC   tel: 800-250-3196


 

web: http://ncees.org

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing professional licensure for engineers and surveyors. It develops, administers, and scores the examinations used for engineering and surveying licensure in the United States. It also facilitates professional mobility and promotes uniformity of the U.S. licensure processes through services for its member licensing boards and licensees. The Council’s members are the engineering and surveying licensure boards from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.


National Society of Black Engineers - Detroit Professionals* (NSBE-DP)

rep: Michelle Larsosa,
Chair, NSBE-DP
TARDEC


,  MI  
e-mail: nsbedetroitchair@gmail.com

rep2: Monique Lake,
Representative


Detroit,  MI   tel:
e-mail: moniquelake@sbcglobal.net

web: http://nsbedetroitprofessionals.org/

NSBE’s mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community. NSBE is comprised of more than 270 chapters on college and university campuses, 75 Alumni Extension chapters nationwide and 75 Pre-College chapters. These chapters are geographically divided into six regions across the United States. NSBE-DAE and the other chapters in Michigan are a part of Region IV, the birth region of the organization.


North American Society of Chinese Automotive Engineers (NACSAE)

rep: Allan Zhao,
Representative
PO Box 4762
Troy,  MI   tel: 248-255-7723
e-mail: allan.zhao@NACSAE.org

rep2: Haifeng Liu,
NACSAE, President
PO Box 4762

Troy,  MI  48099
tel: 248-830-8661
e-mail: shifanhui@nacsae.org

web: http://www.nacsae.org

The North American Society of Chinese Automotive Engineers is (NACSAE) is dedicated to providing a social network among Chinese automotive engineers in North America and other regions; to promote effective communication among automotive engineers and related organizations; and to contribute to the automotive industry in North American and China.


Phillipine Technological Society of Michigan (PTSM)

rep: Nino Cugtas,
President
 


 

web: https://www.facebook.com/Philippine-Technological-Society-of-Michigan-PTSM-282695851754616/info?tab=page_info

Founded in 1978. Metro Detroit, Michigan. It was an offshoot of Samahang Pilipino nang Michigan Committee on Professions. This technical society is comprised of Architects, Engineers, Physical Scientists, Information and Science Technologists, and other industries represented by invitation. Our mission is to promote the professional and technical growth and welfare of our members. Spread information and assist members in obtaining and keeping gainful employment. Serve as forum for exchange of information and ideas. Act as a conduit for networking.


Project Management Institute - Great Lakes Chapter* (PMI-GLC)

rep: Ravi Krishnaswami,
Representative



,    
tel: Vivek Thagu
e-mail: ashnitin@msn.com

rep2: ,
President, PMI-GLC
PO Box 99463

Troy,  MI  48099
e-mail: President@pmiglc.net

web: http://www.pmiglc.org/

PMI's mission is to promote and enhance project management knowledge, skills and leadership. PMI is the world's leading not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession, with more than half a million members and credential holders in 185 countries. Our worldwide advocacy for project management is supported by our globally-recognized standards and credentials, our extensive research program, and our professional development opportunities. These products and services are the basis of greater recognition and acceptance of project management's successful role in governments, organizations, academia and industries.


SAE Detroit Section* (SAE-Detroit Section)

rep: Renee' Bovair, Executive Director
SAE - Detroit Section
28535 Orchard Lake Rd.
Suite 200
Farmington Hills,  MI   tel: (248) 324-4445
e-mail: rbovair@sae-detroit.org

rep2: Jennifer Goforth ,
Chair



,     tel:
e-mail: jennifergoforth3@gmail.com

web: http://www.sae-detroit.org/

SAE International was founded by a small group of industry pioneers in 1905. As membership grew, the Detroit Section was established in 1911 and has grown to become one of the largest in the Society with (9,000+) members from southeastern lower Michigan, including metropolitan Detroit, Ann Arbor, Jackson and Toledo. The fundamental purpose of the Detroit Section is to generate local activities that extend SAE benefits to members in their area. To achieve this, vehicle meetings are presented yearly as well as various technical meetings, tours, student activities, and social events. To promote awareness for future members, the Section provides support to SAE student chapters at eight local universities. It maintains a local office with three full-time staff members. For more details, please visit www.sae-detroit.org


SAE International* (SAE-Intl)

,
Director
755 West Big Beaver Road
Suite 1600
Troy,  MI   tel: (248) 273-4030 
e-mail: asmart@sae.org


 

web: http://www.sae.org

The ultimate knowledge source for mobility engineering.


SAE Mid Michigan (SAE-Mid Michigan)

rep: ,




,    
tel:

rep2: ,



,     tel:

web: http://www.midmichigansae.org/

SAE International is a global body of scientists, engineers, and practitioners that advances self-propelled vehicle and system knowledge in a neutral forum for the benefit of society. Our Vision: In 2020, SAE International will be #1 in the mobility industry by. . . ?Connecting a global network of students, engineers, practitioners, and companies. ?Attracting, managing, and distributing mobility-related information through: ?Education ?Standards ?Technical publications ?Leading in global standardization. ?Creating and sustaining beneficial affiliations and interfaces that add value, encourage innovation, and help form sound public policy.


Society for Marketing Professional Services - Michigan (SMPS)

rep: Jennifer Huebel,
President
Neumann/Smith Architecture
400 Galleria Officentre
Suite 555
Southfield,  MI   tel: 248-352-8310
e-mail: jhuebbel@neumannsmith.com

rep2: Karen Izzard,
President-elect
Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
30700 Telegraph Rd.

Birmingham,  MI  48025
tel: 248-593-0300
e-mail: kizzard@wje.com

web: http://www.smps-mi.org/

Since 1973, the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) has been building networks and creating opportunities for professional services firms throughout the United States and Canada. As the Michigan branch of this international organization, SMPS-Michigan is dedicated to helping marketing and business development professionals serving the built environment by providing resources, sharing knowledge, and working together to achieve common goals.


Society International - Greater Michigan Chapter* (SAVE-GMC)

rep: Gordon Johnson, CVS,
VA/VE Coach and Process Leader, Benchmarking Global Cost & Tooling
Ford Motor Company
Building 2, C-2MH28,MD1214
20000 Rotunda Drive
Dearborn,  MI   tel: 248-435-3753
e-mail: gojo67@sbcglobal.net

rep2: Greg Andrysiak,
Cost Innovations, LLC


,     tel: (586) 246-3889
e-mail: greg@costinnovations.com

web: http://www.michigansave.org/

The Greater Michigan Chapter of SAVE International is the largest NA Chapter of SAVE International which is the only truly international value methodology professional society dedicated to the education, promotion, and application of Value Engineering, also commonly called Value Analysis, or Value Management. The Value Methodology utilizes the principles of evaluating products. processes, systems, services, and construction projects from a function point of view to improve customer value.


Society of American Military Engineers - Detroit Post* (SAME)

rep: Collette Luff,


PO Box 313026

Detroit,  MI  48231-3026
tel:
e-mail: same.detroit@gmail.com

rep2: ,




,     tel:

web: http://www.samedetroit.com/

The SAME mission is to promote and facilitate engineering support for national security by developing and enhancing relationships and competencies among uniformed services, public and private sector engineers, and related professionals.


Society of Fire Protection Engineers - Michigan Chapter* (SFPE)

rep: Nichole Fraley,

Underwood Fire Equipment
43000 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Suite 304
Novi,  MI   tel:
e-mail: Nichole@underwoodfire.com

rep2: ,




,     tel:

web: http://www.sfpe.org/Chapters/Chapters.aspx

The purpose of the Society is to advance the science and practice of fire protection engineering and its allied fields, to maintain a high ethical standard among its members and to foster fire protection engineering education.


Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers - Detroit Professional Chapter (SHPE)

rep: Diana Ortega,
President
PO Box 362
Royal Oak,  MI   e-mail: president@shpedetroit.org


 

web: http://www.shpedetroit.org

SHPE Detroit's mission is to promote the development of Hispanics in engineering, science and other technical professions to achieve educational excellence, economic opportunity and social equity.


Society of Manufacturing Engineers - Detroit Chapter No. One (SME-D)

rep: Bob Petrach, CMfgE,
Representative

One SME Drive
Dearborn,  MI   tel: 248-618-6809
e-mail: BPetrach@sti-usa.com

rep2: Michelle Hackett,
Jim LaRussa

One SME Drive
jmlarussa@aol.com
Dearborn,  MI  48128
e-mail: michellehackett@gmail.com

web: http://www.smechapter1.org/

For 75 Years, SME is Where Manufacturing Comes Together. The Society of Manufacturing Engineers is dedicated to bringing people and information together to advance manufacturing knowledge. We are internationally recognized by manufacturing practitioners, companies and other organizations as their source for information, education, and networking.


Society of Manufacturing Engineers - International Headquarters (SME-INTL)

rep: Jeffrey Krause,
Executive Director, CEO
One SME Drive
Dearborn,  MI   e-mail: communications@sme.org


 

web: http://www.sme.org/

For 75 Years, SME is Where Manufacturing Comes Together. The Society of Manufacturing Engineers is dedicated to bringing people and information together to advance manufacturing knowledge. We are internationally recognized by manufacturing practitioners, companies and other organizations as their source for information, education, and networking.


Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPEt)

rep: Sue Burla,
Chair
TransCanada
5250 Corporate Drive
Troy,  MI   tel: 248-205-7414
e-mail: susan_burla@transcanada.com

rep2: Luke Dewig   
TransCanada
5250 Corporate Drive
Troy,  MI  48098
tel: 248-205-4514 
e-mail: luke_dewig@transcanada.com

web: http://michigan.spe.org/

The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) was officially founded in 1957, but its roots date back to the 19th century. A group of mining engineers in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., formed the American Institute of Mining Engineers (AIME) to promote the arts and sciences connected with the economic production of the useful minerals and metals and the welfare of those employed in these industries by all lawful means." Although founded well before petroleum achieved importance as the world’s principal source of energy, AIME provided an organization through which the application of engineering to the recovery of petroleum and natural gas could be applied. As technical expertise grew and specialization became necessary, AIME’s membership began to reflect the trends of the early 1900s. This evolution sparked an adaptation to its structure and operation to meet the new technologies and changing needs of its members. In 1919, AIME combined with the American Institute of Metals to become the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. The 1901 Spindle top discovery and subsequent events of the decade emphasized the need to apply engineering principles in the development and production of petroleum resources. Anthony F. Lucas, Everett L. DeGolyer, and other leaders in the early oil and gas industry envisioned an organization within AIME that would be the professional society for petroleum engineers and the advancement of petroleum technology. In 1922, their vision led to the expansion of AIME’s Oil and Gas Committee to the Petroleum Division of AIME, with some 900 petroleum members. The Petroleum Division’s membership had grown to approximately 2,300 by 1945. In 1948, the Petroleum Branch emerged as one of three major, semi-autonomous units within AIME. Petroleum Branch membership grew with the industry, from about 3,700 members in 1950 to about 12,500 in 1957, when the Petroleum Branch emerged as the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) of AIME. SPE incorporated separately from AIME in 1985. As oil and gas exploration evolved into a truly global industry, SPE’s members, programs, and activities kept pace. SPE commissioned a blue-ribbon panel in the early 1970s to develop the Society’s first-ever Long Range Plan. The result was a clear road map that would make SPE a true international association of members. Today, SPE annually organizes more than 50 events around the world devoted to technical information exchange in the upstream oil and gas industry. SPE’s publications, distinguished for their technical reliability, include the monthly Journal of Petroleum Technology (JPT); a suite of peer-reviewed, discipline-centered journals; books written by the industry’s most honored professionals; and an online, 35,000-paper library. With more than 64,000 members in 110 countries, SPE is the pre-eminent international technical and professional association for engineers and the management of energy resources produced through wellbores.


Society of Plastics Engineers - Automotive Division (SPEA)

rep: Dhanendra Nagarwashi,
Intersociety Liaison
SABIC
31220 Oak Creek Drive
Wixom,  MI   tel: 248-926-4221
e-mail: dhanendra.nagawanshi@sabic.com

rep2: ,




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web: http://www.speautomotive.com/

The mission of the SPE Automotive Division is to advance automotive plastics technology worldwide and to educate industry, academia, and the public about these advances. The SPE Automotive Division is dedicated to educating, promoting, recognizing, and communicating technical accomplishments for all phases of new automotive plastics and plastic based composite developments in the transportation industry including: * Applications * Materials * Processing * Equipment * Tooling, and * Design.


Society of Plastics Engineers - Detroit Section* (SPE-DETROIT)

rep: Wayne Hertlein,
President Detroit Section
Wilbert Plastic Services
100 W. Big Beaver
Suite 200
Troy,  MI   tel: 248-953-7826
e-mail: whertlein@wilbertinc.com

rep2: Robert Petrach, Jr.,
Intersociety Liaison/Bylaws
IAC Group
28333 Telegraph Rd.
Southfield,  MI  48034
tel:
e-mail: STarahomi@iacgroup.com

web: http://www.spedetroit.com/

The Society of Plastics Engineers, Inc., was originally incorporated by the State of Michigan on January 6, 1942, as the Society of Plastics Sales Engineers. At the time, there were 120 members in good standing. In 1942, the name was officially changed to the Society of Plastics Engineers, Inc. SPE has become the recognized medium of communication among scientists and engineers engaged in the development, conversion and applications of plastics. It is truly an international Society since a significant number of its members reside outside the United States.


Society of Tribologists & Lubrication Engineers - Detroit Section* (STLE)

rep: Dr. Edward Becker, PE,
Chair
Friction and Wear Solutions
C/O PO Box 81313

Rochester,  MI   tel: (248) 762-5777
e-mail: frictionandwearsolutions@gmail.com

rep2: ,




,    

web: http://www.stle.org/local/detroit.aspx

STLE is a technical association, which was founded as the American Society of Lubrication Engineers (ASLE) in 1944 to advance the science and technology of lubrication (teratology). The name was changed to the present title in 1987. STLE membership includes over 4,400 individual and industrial members who represent interdisciplinary technical professions from industry, academic institutions and government.


Society of Women Engineers - Detroit Professional Section* (SWE)

rep: Susan Wellman-Smith,
SWE Liaison
Ford Motor Company
20000 Rotunda Dr.
Bldg 5 MC 5011
Dearborn,  MI   tel: (313) 805-6923
e-mail: swellman@ford.com

rep2: Jessica Engwis Swan,
President
SWE


,     tel:
e-mail: swe_detroit@swe.org

web: http://www.swedetroit.org/

SWE is a not-for-profit educational and service organization. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration for women. SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders. Our objectives are: To inform young women, their parents , counselors, and the public in general of the qualifications and achievements of women engineers and the opportunities open to them; to assist women engineers in readying themselves for a return to active work after temporary retirement; to serve as a center of information on women in engineering; to encourage women engineers to attain high levels of education and professional achievement.

SWE Student Chapters

Central Michigan University     

Qin Hu  hu1q@cmich.edu  989-774-2138
ET Building 234
Mount Pleasant, MI  48859

Lawrence Technological University
Dr. Patricia Shamamy, Faculty Advisor   (248) 204-2575   shamamy@ltu.edu
Professor, 21000 West Ten Mile Road  ME E42, Southfield, MI 48075-1058

Kettering University
Section A   
Melissa Partlo part5993@kettering.edu
WRC Odd Wednesdays at 12:20PM
Section B   Alanna Gippin gipp2545@kettering.edu
WRC Thursdays 12:30PM
https://sites.google.com/site/sweketteringB/

Lake Superior State University
swe@lssu.edu

Marquette University  muswe@mu.edu
https://sites.google.com/site/marquetteswe/

Michigan State University  swe-officers@egr.msu.edu
http://www.egr.msu.edu/swe
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2201844194

Michigan Technological University
swe@mtu.edu
Gretchen Hein, Faculty Advisor glhein@mtu.edu
Mary Raber, Faculty Advisor  mraber@mtu.edu    (906) 487-0035
106 Memorial Union Building  1400 Townsend Drive Houghton, MI 49931-1295
http://swe.students.mtu.edu/

University of Detroit - Mercy  swe.udm@gmail.com
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Amy Cohn, Faculty Advisor 
amycohn@umich.edu
(734) 615-7258
Associate Professor 2797 IOE
Chapter Office 734-763-5027
1226 EECS Building, 1301 Beal Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1226
http://www.swe.engin.umich.edu/


University of Michigan, Dearborn SWE on Facebook
Faculty Advisor 4901 Evergreen Rd. Dearborn, MI 48128
swe@engin.umd.umich.edu            umd.swe@gmail.com    

University of Toledo
http://www.eng.utoledo.edu/~swe/  

Wayne State University swewaynestate@gmail.com
http://webpages.eng.wayne.edu/SWE/

 


SouthEast Michigan Facility & Power Plant Engineers Society* (SEMPPES)

rep: Brett Irick,
President
  tel: (313) 207-3562
e-mail: xr7gt@prodigy.net

rep2: ,

P.O. Box 2770
Dearborn,  MI  48123
tel:
e-mail: info@semppes.org

web: http://semppes.org/index.php?bypassCookie=1

Members of SEMPPES manage, supervise or supply products and services for many power generating facilities in southeast Michigan. These include The Big Three, hospitals, schools, utilities and industry. Whether engineer or supplier, SEMPPES extends an invitation to you to join our organization. Your membership includes monthly newsletters and dinner meetings, plant tours, special events, employment referral services and valuable advertising for suppliers. We are a group of Engineers comprised of any person in the advisory group of any power plant operation or maintenance. We are a group of Vendors comprised of any person in the trades connected with power plant operation or maintenance. Our members are involved with power plants and power transmission companies. They may come from a small school facility, a medium sized hospital, a large steel mill, or from one of the big three automotive facilities.


Southeast Michigan Society for Healthcare Engineering (SMSHE)

rep: Theresa O'Loughlin,
President, Mi-SHE
  e-mail: TOLoughlin@chs-mi.com

rep2: Joe Salvidar,
President, SE-MiSHE
  e-mail: Joe.Saldivar@mclaren.org

web: http://www.smshehealthcare.org

SMSHE helps to distribute information and educational services to assist members with conducting their jobs. Educational events that occur regularly through out the year are: the Annual Conference, MiSHE Member Seminars, and Regional Chapters presentations. Mission Statement: “To promote better patient care through improved engineering practices.” Vision Statement: “To empower members to individually and collectively improve the healthcare environment.” Goals: Conduct an annual conference Conduct an annual meeting for all members Provide programs for members Provide programs for members employees Bolster membership in regional, state and national chapters Maintain and update web-based information Provide advocacy for members


Southeast Michigan Society for Healthcare Engineering* (SMSHE)

rep: Larry D'Ascenzo,
Society Representative/Liaison
3440 Glendale Ave.

Livonia,  MI   tel: 734-513-9550
e-mail: larryd@guardianplumbing.com

rep2: David Leib,
Chair
  e-mail: DLeib@dmc.org

web: http://smshehealthcare.org/

For more than 50 years, the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) of the American Hospital Association (AHA) has been the advocate and resource for continuous improvement in health care engineering and facilities management. As an affiliate chapter, SMSHE provides an organized structure for South Eastern Michigan at the local level for ASHE members and others in the field of health care facility management. It enable members to work together on problems of common interest. The organization also helps facility managers and engineers meet the challenges of health care today and in the future and learn about new technology and advancements in facility management.


Southeast Michigan Sustainable Business Forum (SMSBF)

rep: Cristy Starkweather,
Administrative Affairs
SMSBF
PO Box 130723

Ann Arbor ,  MI   tel: 734-998-1215

rep2: Michael Shesterkin ,
President SMSBF
What’s Next, LLC
38257 Donald St.
Livonia,  MI  48154
tel: 734-578-3041
e-mail: mdshesterkin@gmail.com

web: http://www.smsbf.org

SMSBF produces provocative symposia and forums that bring together a wide array of perspectives on emerging topics within the Southeast Michigan sustainable business movement. SMSBF membership offers access to unique and generally unavailable resources for advancing sustainable business practices within the region.


SouthEastern Michigan Computer Organization, Inc. (SEMCO)

rep: Dr. C.J. Blechinger,
Representative
SEMCO
PO Box 707
Bloomfield Hills,  MI   tel: (734) 326-0733
e-mail: cjblechinger@yahoo.com

rep2: Michael Bader,
President
SouthEastern Michigan Computer Organization, Inc.
23205 Gratiot Ave.
Suite 408
Eastpointe,  MI   tel: 586-573-7330
e-mail: mdbader@flash.net

web: http://www.semco.org/

The SouthEastern Michigan Computer Organization, Inc. (SEMCO) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) group dedicated to providing information, education and a forum to both professional and amateur computer users. SEMCO is one of the country's oldest personal computing organizations and was established to help individuals better understand personal computing.


Structural Engineers Association of Michigan (SEAMi)

rep: Jamie Fox, PE,
Southeastern Michigan Chapter
International Industrial Contracting Corporation
35900 Mound Rd

Sterling Heights ,  MI   tel: 248-593-0900
e-mail: mkrueger@wje.com

rep2: Bill Thayer,
Saginaw Valley Chapter
MacMillan Associates
  tel: 989-894-4300
e-mail: wthayer@macmillanassociates.com

web: http://www.seami.org/

SEAMi was first established in 1997, starting out from several founding A/E firms and key structural engineers in the state of Michigan. SEAMi is a member organization of the National Council of Structural Engineers Association (NCSEA). SEAMi's objectives are 1) to provide a forum for structural engineers to exchange ideas and experiences. 2) To provide guidance towards the development of professional standards and design guidelines. 3) To provide a resource for technical matters concerning codes and specifications. 4) To develop a unified voice for all structural engineers in matters of minimum design requirements and safety for the public.

SWE Student Chapters
 

SWE Student Chapter – Central Michigan
Qin Hu  hu1q@cmich.edu  989-774-2138
ET Building 234
Mount Pleasant, MI  48859

SWE Student Chapter – Lawrence Technological University
Dr. Patricia Shamamy, Faculty Advisor   (248) 204-2575   shamamy@ltu.edu
Professor, 21000 West Ten Mile Road  ME E42, Southfield, MI 48075-1058

SWE Student Chapter - Kettering University
Section A 
 Melissa Partlo part5993@kettering.edu
WRC Odd Wednesdays at 12:20PM
Section B  
 Alanna Gippin gipp2545@kettering.edu
WRC Thursdays 12:30PM

SWE Student Chapter – Michigan State University   http://www.egr.msu.edu/swe
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2201844194

SWE Student Chapter - Michigan Technological University  swe@mtu.edu
Gretchen Hein, Faculty Advisor glhein@mtu.edu
Mary Raber, Faculty Advisor  mraber@mtu.edu    (906) 487-0035
106 Memorial Union Building  1400 Townsend Drive Houghton, MI 49931-1295
 

SWE Student Chapter – University of Detroit - Mercy   http://www.udmercy.edu/

SWE Student Chapter - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Amy Cohn, Faculty Advisor  amycohn@umich.edu (734) 615-7258
Associate Professor 2797 IOE
Chapter Office 734-763-5027
1226 EECS Building 1301 Beal Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1226

SWE Student Chapter - University of Michigan, Dearborn  SWE on Facebook
Faculty Advisor 4901 Evergreen Rd. Dearborn, MI 48128
swe@engin.umd.umich.edu            umd.swe@gmail.com    

SWE Student Chapter - University of Toledo  http://www.eng.utoledo.edu/~swe/ swe@eng.utoledo.edu
 
SWE Student Chapter – Wayne State University http://webpages.eng.wayne.edu/SWE/
swewaynestate@gmail.com          http://webpages.eng.wayne.edu/SWE/swe_calendar.html


Sustainable Remediation Forum (SURF)

rep: Keith Aragona, PE,
Senior Project Manager
HALEY & ALDRICH
455 E Eisenhower Pkwy.
Suite 210
Ann Arbor,  MI   tel: (248) 974-5288
e-mail: kmaragona@gmail.com


 

web: http://www.sustainableremediation.org

The Sustainable Remediation Forum (SURF) promotes the use of sustainable practices during the investigation, construction, redevelopment, and monitoring of remediation sites, with the objective of balancing economic viability, conservation of natural resources and biodiversity, and the enhancement of the quality of life in surrounding communities. SURF is engaged in several ongoing technical initiatives, including: • Exploring the viability of a sustainable remediation site rating and professional certification system • Working towards the integration of sustainable remediation and sustainable redevelopment • Encouraging groundwater conservation and reuse • Publication of a White Paper on international perspectives towards sustainable remediation • Supporting sustainable remediation research Participation in SURF initiatives demonstrates environmental stewardship, a commitment to a leadership role in sustainable remediation practices, and alignment of business and sustainability objectives.


TiE - The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE)

rep: Tel Ganesan,
President
The Indus Entrepreneurs
49197 Wixom Tech Drive
Suite B
Wixom,  MI   tel: (248) 813-9665
e-mail: tel@kyyba.com

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web: https://detroit.tie.org

TiE is a global, not-for-profit, non-political, and non-religious organization dedicated to fostering entrepreneurs across its international network. Since its founding in 1992, TiE has grown to become the world's largest organization for entrepreneurs and professionals, with membership spread across 53 chapters in 12 countries. Membership includes over 1,800 experienced entrepreneurs and business executives as Charter Members, and over 12,000 aspiring entrepreneurs and professionals as Members. Top Venture Capital firms, Fortune 500 corporations, and professional service providers are among TiE sponsors.


U.S. Green Building Council - Detroit Regional Chapter* (USGBC-DRC)

rep: Peggy Matta, LEED AP,
Representative
Green Schools Committee


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tel: (313) 355-9020
e-mail: mmatta@usgbcdetroit.org

rep2: Bob Mattler, LEED AP BD&C ,
Representative
Armada Real Estate Services
7001 Orchard Lake Road
Suite 110
West Bloomfield,   MI  48322
tel:
e-mail: bmattler@gmail.com

web: http://www.usgbcdetroit.org/

The U.S. Green Building Council is the nation's foremost coalition of leaders from across the building industry working to promote buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy places to live and work.  The strength and diversity of the USGBC significantly enhances the resources available and the effectiveness of member efforts to improve the quality of our buildings. No other organization represents the entire green building industry with the breadth of stakeholders found in the USGBC. The Detroit Regional Chapter of the USGBC was established in 2004 as a Michigan 501 c3 non-profit corporation and currently has approximately 50 corporate members.



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