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December 2003

Portland, OR - Barrett & Assoc. Engineering, a local high-tech consulting engineering firm, today announced that it has been granted Software Engineering certification under Oregon's Emerging Small Business (ESB) program.

The firm's Principal Engineer, Mr. Patrick H. Barrett, PE, noted that this additional certification more properly reflects his firm's overall technical and professional capabilities, which include electronic, computer and software engineering, as well as business management, technical writing, advertising, public relations, and marketing skills.


November 2003

Portland, OR - Barrett & Assoc. Engineering, today announced that it's Principal Engineer,
Mr. Patrick H. Barrett, PE, will step down from his role as Treasurer of the Oregon Service Technicians' Society (OSTS), effective immediately.

Mr. Barrett explained that the Oregon STS has no further need for a board in Oregon because its parent organization, the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), has promoted the Service Technicians' Society (STS) to "Program status" at national level.

Mr. Barrett added that he will of course continue his other involvements with Oregon's SAE, "a great group of folks".


September 2003

This year the annual OctoberBEST show will be held at the Washington County Fairgrounds, on October 8, beginning at noon.

As in past years, the show is sponsored by the EMA, the ERA, and the Oregon IEEE.

We'll see you there, in Booth #8!   Be sure to stop by, say "hi", and see what we've been doing!


August 2003

Portland, OR - Barrett & Assoc. Engineering, a local high-tech consulting engineering firm, today announced that it has been granted certification as an Emerging Small Business (ESB) in Oregon.

The firm's Principal Engineer, Pat Barrett, noted expectations that ESB Certification will be important to his company's success in the coming years.


May 2003

Portland, OR - Barrett & Assoc. Engineering, a local high-tech consulting engineering firm,
today announced that its Principal Engineer, Mr. Patrick H. Barrett, PE, has been awarded
Senior Membership in the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).

The IEEE (pronounced "Eye-triple-E"), is a non-profit, technical professional association of more than 377,000 individual members in 150 countries. Fewer than 7% of IEEE members have achieved Senior Member status.

By virtue of its members, the IEEE is a leading authority in technical areas ranging from computer engineering, biomedical technology, and telecommunications, to electric power, aerospace and consumer electronics.

Through its technical publishing, conferences, and consensus-based Standards activities,
the IEEE produces almost 30 percent of the world's published literature in the fields of electrical engineering, computers, and control technology.

The IEEE annually hosts more than 300 major conferences and maintains nearly 900 active Standards, with another 700 under development.

Exceeding the basic membership requirements of education, Senior Membership in the IEEE is awarded to those IEEE members who have made significant contributions to their profession.
The requirements for Senior Membership include at least ten years of professional experience and references from other Senior Members.

In the words of the IEEE, Senior Membership is "The professional recognition of your peers for technical and professional excellence".

Mr. Barrett, a graduate of Portland State University (PSU) and a Licensed Engineer active in the Oregon Section of the IEEE, notes that significant features of Senior IEEE Membership include the eligibility to hold certain IEEE positions, and to participate in activities such as ABET accreditation visits to leading universities.


January 2003

Portland, OR - February is National Engineer's Week, and Barrett & Assoc. Engineering is encouraging everyone to participate in Portland's annual celebration.

National Engineer's Week is an opportunity for engineers to share their experience with local high school students interested in math and science.

National sponsors of the event include the National Society of Professional Engineers, NSPE. Portland's annual celebration is sponsored by Oregon's engineering societies, Oregon's institutions of higher learning, and our educational community in general.

Local events are coordinated by the Professional Engineers of Oregon, PEO, with the able assistance of employees of Portland's branch of the URS Corporation.

The main events in Portland are an interesting tour, followed by a semi-formal dinner at the Lloyd Center Red Lion Inn. For a nominal fee, individual engineers can sponsor and accompany one or more students to both events.

A zipfile containing the cover letter and registration form (1.2 MB) for Portland's activities can be downloaded by right-clicking here.

More information about National Engineer's Week is available from the National Engineer's Week website.

We'll see you in February, during Portland's [ The National Engineer's Week Badge ] National Engineer's Week celebration!




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