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ABOUT US:   The Engineers' Club of Memphis, organized on May 8, 1914, is a nonsectarian, nonpolitical, and nonprofit society whose objectives and purposes are to promote the educational and professional improvement of its members, to advance the field of engineering in its several branches, to make available to the general public technical and scientific information and knowledge, and generally to aid in the solution of public questions involving engineering and scientific problems. In the furtherance of these goals, the Club strives through its various committees to develop and plan ongoing educational programs, seminars, symposiums, professional tours, and other technically oriented meetings, events and projects.

MISSION:   It is the mission of the Engineers' Club to promote the educational, social and professional advancement of its members; to assist community leaders, civic organizations and public agencies by providing advice on and giving support to issues which benefit the Memphis community and to acting as liaison between the Club's many affiliated societies.

MEETINGS:   Weekly luncheon meetings are currently held via ZOOM on Mondays. The meeting begins at 12:00 noon and the presentation begins at approximately 12:10.


The Board of Directors is looking at ways to change back to at least some type of in-person meetings and will discuss this at the August Board Meeting. Prior to that meeting the membership will be asked for comments and/or opinions on this subject. Be thinking about it.

Dues invoices have been sent out. There is a link on this page to pay via PayPal with credit cards or your PalPal account. Each payment is identified so that we know who has paid. However, if a company wants to pay for several indivduals, please let us know the individual names.

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Meeting ID: 862 1483 5482
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Aug 2021 Program Chairman David Berretta P.E.
Aug 02Dave Berretta P.E.
Corps of Engineers
Mississippi Basin Model (MBM), Once the largest small-scale working model in existence PDH
Aug 09Col. Mike Ellicott (R)The Manhattan Project PDH
Aug 16Hugh Teaford P.E.Is there a key to meeting the 2021 Stormwater Regulations adopted by the Tennessee Water Quality Control Board PDH
Aug 23Jake Storz P.E.Mississippi River Bank Protection-ACM Revetment Processes PDH
Aug 24Board Meeting - 5:30 pmvia Zoom Click Here
Aug 30Jerry Collins P.E.A History of Politics and Electric Power in Memphis PDH