The Cleveland Engineering Society is a non-profit professional development organization. We serve the needs of engineering and technical professionals and their employers by providing valued and topical speaker series and conferences, professional testing review courses, and networking and leadership opportunities. CES serves the community with educational outreach programs to encourage high school and middle school students to study engineering at the many fine northeast Ohio colleges or universities and to pursue engineering careers in northeast Ohio.
Our corporate and individual members are leaders in the region's engineering and technology community, representing a broad array of engineering disciplines. CES fosters the exchange of information and ideas to advance development and recognition of the region as a technology center. We support regional infrastructure development, programs to build technical community depth and breadth, and contribute to economic growth for the region.
Cleveland State University received the Award of Excellence: New Construction Large Project at the CES 64th Annual Design & Construction Conference on
In the Center for Innovation in Medical Professions, future doctors, nurses, pharmacists, occupational therapists, physical therapists and other health-care related professionals will train to work together by learning together, side by side.
Nestle USA received the Award of Excellence: New Construction, Large Project at the 64th Annual Design & Construction Conference on March 3.
The use of natural light either direct or indirect was a major consideration on the conceptual development of the project.
Case Western Reserve University received the Award of Excellence: Renovation, Large Project for its renovation of the Milton & Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center in University Circle.
The primary goals of the transformation and restoration to the Temple were to convert the sanctuary to a concert hall with exceptional acoustics, to add an acoustic canopy that would blend well with the architecture and not diminish it, and to incorporate modern sound and video technology all while respecting the existing architecture and character of the building.
Cuyahoga Community College received the Award of Excellence: New Construction, Small Project for its Public Safety Training Center.
The $11.4 million Public Safety Training Center offers specialized training opportunities for hundreds of safety departments in a 12-county region.