22nd ANNUAL GULF STATES ENGINEERING CONFERENCE

Sponsored by:

June 10 -12, 2018
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is June 1st!!
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Earn up to 12 Professional Development Hours!

This Gulf States Engineering Conference marks our 11th return to Sandestin Resort and is expected that the Conference will be attended by hundreds of professional engineers from throughout Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida and Mississippi. The attendees will include Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Safety Engineers. These engineers represent private practice, industry, government, education, and construction.

Here is your chance to have fun and network at the same time!


PRESENT!

We are looking for individuals that would like to conduct a seminar on an engineering related topic of your choice. Each 50-minute seminar will provide on Professional Development Hour per attendee. The conference registration fee is complimentary to presenters; however, we ask that you complete a registration form if you wish to purchase meal/event tickets.

EXHIBIT!

We would like to extend an invitation to your organization to display at the Gulf States Conference. Like any conference, vendors play a huge role in helping us fund our event as well as informing our attendees of new products and technologies in our industry. This year we have extended our contact hours with our exhibitors and made room for extra booths.
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SPONSOR!

Please consider becoming a Corporate Sponsor of the Gulf States Conference. All corporate sponsors will be displayed in the Exhibit Hall and also listed in the conference program, and the Louisiana Engineer & Surveyor Journal which is circulated to all Engineers in the State of Louisiana.

In addition to Corporate Sponsorship opportunities, we also encourage you to become an Event Sponsor at the Gulf States Conference. The levels of sponsorship are listed on the Sponsorship form.


Brenda Gajan
LES Executive Director
Chris Richard
Conference Chairman