Thank you for joining us at #NSPECon22 in Philadelphia!

Session Recordings Are Available

Thank you for attending the 2022 Professional Engineers Conference: Reimagined. We hope you enjoyed all of the sessions and the opportunity to get together in-person again. In case you missed any of the sessions or want to go back and watch a session again, the recordings are now available to view. To access them please follow the steps below.  If you wish to earn credit for any session, be sure to view and complete the session by this date. Please remember to take the quiz and then download your certificate for your records. Recordings will be available for viewing at NSPE ‘s PE Institute until June 30, 2023. 

To access recordings (registered attendees only):

  1. Go to
  2. Log in using your NSPE log-in credentials
  3. Click “My Registered Webinars”
  4. Scroll to the bottom and find “Packages.” Click on the package for which you registered.
  5. Find the session you would like to watch and click “View.”
  6. From that page you can watch the session, take the quiz, download your certificate, fill out the survey, and download any handouts.
If you have any issues, please reach out to us as [email protected].

Conference Photos

Relive the fun and excitement provided by the Mummers, Benjamin Franklin, and all your PE peers who gathered together to celebrate the engineering profession in Philadelphia. Find photos from the Feel the Philly Love reception, the first-time attendee mixer, PE Day celebrations, recognition and installation ceremonies and more. 

FREE On-Demand Webinar

The Amazing Discovery of Mason Dixon's Transit Instrument

1 PDH (NY Approved)

To whet your appetite for Philadelphia at  NSPECon 2022, we offer an amazing Webinar by engineer and surveyor, David S Thaler. He  tells the saga of the Mason Dixon survey, the most outstanding engineering and scientific achievement of the 18th century  which resolved the bitter 80 year feud between the Penns of Pennsylvania and the Calverts of Maryland and was the longest running case in British judicial history. It all began right here in Philadelphia.

He also tells the story of the remarkable discovery of Mason and Dixon’s actual Transit, perhaps  Americas most historic scientific instrument and its donation as a Gift to the Nation from the Engineers and Surveyors of America,  The instrument now fully restored, resides at Independence Hall but a short walk from the convention venue.

You don’t want to miss this thrilling adventure, a tale right out of a National Treasure movie. This on-demand webinar is FREE to both NSPE members and non-members.


Welcome from the PSPE-Philadelphia Chapter!

Members of PSPE-Philadelphia are excited to welcome colleagues to their hometown. Leaders in the chapter put together these short videos that talk about the historical significance of Philly in engineering, outstanding local engineers and contributions, and two exciting projects.  Learn more about The Pavilion, Penn Medicine’s new impatient hospital from Jennifer Warren, P.E., Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. and the challenges and solutions faced while designing the hospital. Also, learn about the CS3 Mobile Weather Lab with received the chapter’s 2010 Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award. Thank you to the chapter for their warm invitation and many contributions supporting NSPE’s mission to “create a world where the public can be confident that engineering decisions affecting their lives are made by qualified and ethically accountable professionals.”