Established in 1910, The Engineering Society of York (ESOY) was originally created to exchange thoughts and ideas on technical articles but quickly grew into an organization which promotes the engineering industry, while also providing support to York County students who wish to pursue a career in engineering. Today the society is comprised of over 100 members who can participate in monthly tours of local companies and lectures delivered by key individuals of the industry and community. Additionally, our members enjoy the annual oyster feed, golf outing, and banquet where sixteen scholarships are awarded to local students working towards a degree in engineering.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Featuring a presentation by Royal Square Development
There are a lot of exciting things going on in downtown York and Royal Square Development appears to be in the middle of much of it. Join The Engineering Society of York and PSPE for a social hour at their headquarters at The Bond, a walking tour of some of their projects, and dinner at the newly-opened Otto’s at the site of what used to be Bistro 19 on North George Street.
5:00 – Social hour at the Bond with beverages provided by Royal Square
5:45 – Walking tour of projects in downtown York
6:45 – Dinner at Otto’s
The Bond. 134 E. King St., York. Park behind their office at the intersection of Newton Ave and Howard Street. ARRANGEMENTS: There is no cost for the meeting. Please RSVP for the presentation and dinner by contacting Jim Norton at email@example.com or 840-2219. by close of business Monday, Sept. 14, 2015.