Franklin Electric Announces Engineering Scholarship Recipients

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Franklin Electric Co., Inc. (NASDAQ:FELE) announces recipients of the 2016 Franklin Electric Charitable and Educational Foundation Engineering Scholarship Program. As a global engineering leader, Franklin Electric is proud to support local students in an effort to continue to shape the future of the water and fueling system industries. The scholarship program […]

Mortenson Construction Expands Chicago Management Team With Promotions and New Hire

CHICAGO — In response to strong growth and in recognition of key contributors to its success, Mortenson Construction recently has promoted multiple tenured leaders and recruited a new executive in Chicago. Mortenson promoted Joe Krueger, who joined the company in 2005, to construction executive. After working on several hospital and data center projects, Krueger led […]

Active Members Annual Dues Raised for 2017

It’s been a long time coming — roughly 30 years, in fact — but beginning in January 2017, annual dues for Active Members of CEAC will be going up to $100. Percentage-wise, it may be a big increase, but we feel it’s warranted and fair, given inflation since the last time dues were raised. We […]

Warden Elections to Be Held at January Meeting

This is just a reminder to all members of the Chief Engineer Association of Chicagoland that we will be holding our annual warden elections at the meeting on January 18th, 2017, at Stout Barrel House and Galley (642 N. Clark St., Chicago). Those nominated as Wardens for 2017 include: Jerome Dabney Brian Keaty Bryan McLaughlin […]

Reminder: This Year, Donations, Not Toys

This year The Chief Engineers Association will be donating its event proceeds to the Disabled Patriots Fund and Dup 15q Alliance. We will be making a monetary donation, so please do not bring a children’s gift this year. We are excited to partner with these valuable organizations! Disabled Patriot Fund: The Disabled Patriot Fund was formed in 2004 by […]