Next meeting November 8, 2016
Contact PEC President Susan Brooks

2016 Career Days & Engineer of the Year
(photos: C.D. by K. Hoffman and E.O.Y. by HII's J. Whalen)
(see Events for additional photos)

What Is P.E.C. About

The Peninsula Engineers Council (PEC) is an inter-society council comprised of representatives from organizations dedicated to strengthening and promoting the engineering, profession in the Peninsula area. The member organizations consist of 18 local chapters of engineering and technical societies, a local science and education foundation, and three government organizations. Information on the PEC member organizations may be found throughout this website.

•  Promote the observance of National Engineers Week   •  Select and recognize a Peninsula Engineer of the Year   •  Coordinate efforts in furthering engineering education in the schools and colleges in the area and to increase the interest of youth in the engineering profession  •  Provide a forum for the discussion of problems and activities of common interest.

The Council, was begun in 1970 by Douglas Ensor of the Virginia Society of Professional Engineers to bring the larger engineering community of the Peninsula into the recognition of National Engineers Week. The early PEC was an inter-society committee which rotated responsibility for the annual Peninsula Engineer of the Year Award Banquet among themselves. In 1988 a Constitution and By-Laws was developed to formally organize the PEC. This allowed for the creation of standing committees that could develop and implement long range plans and maintain year-to-year continuity of expanded programs. Sixteen societies co-signed the original constitution.

PEC Banquet Sponsor

Reed Integration 2005-06-07-08-09-10-11-12-13-14:
•  Reed Integration, Inc. is a woman-owned, 8(a) small business specializing in technical management solutions and training, established in Hampton Roads in 2003. RII delivers Systems Engineering, Program / Project Management and Business Process Improvement services to help clients reduce risks, enhance organizational flexibility, and improve their business processes and ultimately, their performance.
•  Contact President and CEO Rebecca Reed, ESEP at or visit

Active Member Societies and Agencies

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

American Society of Civil Engineers

ASM International

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

American Society of Naval Engineers

American Welding Society

Engineers Club of the Virginia Peninsula

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

International Council On Systems Engineering

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

National Technical Association

Society of Allied Weight Engineers

The International Society of Logistics

Society of Manufacturing Engineers

Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers

Society of Women Engineers

Virginia Society of Professional Engineers

Inactive and Previous Members

American Society for Quality

Air Combat Command

American Helicopter Society

American Society of Heating Ref. and Air Cond. Eng.s

American Society for Nondestructive Testing

Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility
(Jefferson Lab.)

National Association of Corrosion Engineers

National Society of Black Engineers

National Space Society

Society of American Military Engineers

Society of Automotive Engineers

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers