The Engineer's Association of Nevada County (EANC) was founded in its present form in 1990 for the purpose of promoting awareness and appreciation of the engineering profession, earth sciences, and related fields, by keeping current on changing science and regulations, by encouraging and supporting engineering, geoscience, and planning students, and by honoring exemplary engineers and quality projects in the community.
Please help us by becoming a paid member of the association, and attending our monthly meetings. Membership dues fund our scholarships and outreach events, such as the Nevada County STEAM event.
Covid-19 and the EANC
Due to the covid-19 pandemic the EANC has not been holding in-person meetings. Teleconferencing is an option that we are reviewing. Look for an announcement soon concerning a Zoom meeting!
November 4, 2020
The Engineer’s Association of Nevada County is soliciting nominations for Project and Engineer of the Year.
These awards serve to recognize both exceptional projects, and talented engineers here in Nevada County.
The EANC 2019 Project of the Year was awarded to Millennium Planning and Engineering for their efforts in the planning and permitting of the Gilded Springs Subdivision in downtown Grass Valley. The recipient of the EANC 2019 Engineer of the Year Award is Mr. Andrew Cassano of Nevada City Engineering.
The EANC is always looking for programs. Please let us know if you would like to present an interesting technical topic at one of our monthly meetings (Zoom anyone?).
Please consider joining the Association. Complete a membership application and either bring it to a meeting or mail it to us at the address on the form. Membership fees fund scholarships, Science Fair Awards, and other community-related engineering outreach.
The membership form can be downloaded below.