David A. Vilbig, PE, RPLS invited to speak on TSPE Roundtable Discussion

On Thursday, November 11th, David. A Vilbig, PE, RPLS, spoke during the roundtable discussion for the Northeast Texas chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers. The meeting was well attended and a lively discussion on the challenges faced by engineering consultants and municipalities during the pandemic took place. Other panelists included Jeff Frison of Walter P. Moore, Mike Tibbets of Hayter Engineering and Dr. Steven D. Sanders of Burgess & Niple, Inc.

NE Texas TSPE Roundtable at the Sherman Library.
NE Texas TSPE Roundtable at the Sherman Library.

Barbara J. Vilbig, PE has been a volunteer with TSPE for many years and is the current NE Texas Chapter Secretary.

The NE Texas TSPE Chapter December meeting will be hosted at our office in Denison and is one you don’t want to miss! Vilbig & Associates will be providing fajitas from Rustico’s for all attendees. The meeting will also include the famous TSPE dessert competition and an engineering ethics discussion. We hope you will join us on Thursday, December 9th at 5:30pm.

About NE Texas TSPE

The Northeast Texas – Texas Society of Professional Engineers is a local chapter of the state society, see more below. The NE Texas TSPE Chapter meets monthly in various locations the the Grayson County area. The meetings are typically held on the second Thursday of the month. For more information and to be added to the chapter’s e-mail list, please send and e-mail to  NE.TEXAS.TSPE@gmail.com.

About TSPE

The Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) is a state society of the National Society of Professional Engineers.

The Texas Society of Professional Engineers, one of the largest state societies in the United States, was founded in 1936 to serve the interests of the individual engineer in Texas across all branches of engineering. Composed of 24 local chapters and eight student chapters, TSPE is the only active, established organization devoting its entire effort to the professional, ethical, economic, social and political aspects of engineering in Texas.

Our mission is to promote and enhance the profession and licensed practice of engineering.