2018 Sponsors

Thank You Sponsors

Vision Sponsor

Leadership Sponsor


Supporting Sponsor

Friends Sponsor

  •  Wright-Ryan Construction
  • ACEC - Maine
  • Wright Pierce
  • IEEE Maine Section
  • Woodard and Curran





 2019 Banquet & EXPO E-Week Event Information

The 2019 E-Week Events will be held in the Portland area, at the University of Southern Maine

  • E-Week Banquet will be held Friday, March 1, 2019 at the Seasons Ramada, 155 Riverside Drive, Portland, ME 5pm - 8pm. This event registration is on the banquet registration page.
  • E-Week Engineering EXPO will be held Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the University of Southern Maine Costello Field House, 43 Campus Ave., Gorham

The public is invited to join us at the EXPO, no registration necessary. Companies, educators and organizations will need to register to exhibit on the expo registration page.

MeSPE Symposium

 While making plans to attend MEPC events on Friday March 1, consider the Annual PDH Symposium co-sponsored by the Maine Society of Professional Engineers and the UMaine Advanced Manufacturing Center.  It is at the same location and just prior to the  Friday-evening MEPC Banquet.

For more information visit  http://mespe.org/symposium/



Engineers Week Banquet
Friday, March 1, 2019
5pm – 8pm
Seasons Ramada, 155 Riverside Drive, Portland

Keynote Speaker: 

The Maine Engineering Promotional Council is proud to welcome Dr. Vivek Kumar. Dr. Kumar is a faculty at the Jackson Laboratory and studies the genetics of addiction. His laboratory uses the tools of genetics, neuroscience, computer science, and engineering to address this important health issue. By understanding the biological reasons some people are at greater risk for addiction, Dr. Kumar hopes to find new ways to prevent people from being addicted and get help for those who are already addicted. He is an advocate for evidence based treatment approaches to addiction, a chronic brain disease. He has given TedXDirigo talk and published extensively on this topic. He is also a Board Member of the Acadia Family Center, a nonprofit addiction treatment and family counseling facility on Mt. Desert Island.