Program and Events

MAFE meets at Noon on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month at McCormick’s at 2419 Montana Avenue and lunch is $12.00 ($12.65 if paying by PayPal). If you would like to explore our organization and attend one of our meetings please email: mafe.rsvp@gmail.com or call Kindra McMullin @ 406-670-9753 by noon the Tuesday before the Wednesday meeting.

Upcoming MAFE Events

Event Information:

  • April 27, 2016

    Lunch Meeting - Shoots Veis, Interstate Engineering

    12:00 noon - McCormick's Cafe Conference Center - 2419 Montana Ave. - $11.50 ($12.05 if using PayPal)

    The Montana Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers recently completed an assessment of infrastructure in Montana.  They have created a Report Card that grades the roads, water, wastewater, dams, irrigation canals, schools, and solid waste systems.  MT ASCE is committed to improving Montana’s public infrastructure and to achieve that goal, the Report Card depicts the condition and performance of Montana’s infrastructure in the familiar form of a school report card—assigning letter grades that are based on physical condition and needed fiscal investments for improvement. MT ASCE will bring to light the condition of Montana’s infrastructure and where the need lies for upgrades, replacement, and improvements. It is intended to reveal to local and state government agencies, state legislators, infrastructure owners, and the public in general the need for infrastructure improvements and therefore the need for the necessary funding. This session will summarize the process undertaken to develop Montana’s Report Card.

    http://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/montana/montana-overview/


    Shoots Veis is a native Montanan, an engineer and actor by accident, passionate about football and politics, blessed with a fabulous family, and a world traveler.  He is a Senior Project Engineer at Interstate Engineering.  He works in, for, around, and cooperatively with governments, with a particular affinity for Montana, local government and international affairs, including a 5-year term on the Billings City Council.  On Friday nights he finds stress relief officiating high school football and acting at Billings Studio Theatre.  He has traveled to Pakistan, Indonesia, South Africa, and Europe on international fellowships to explore culture and government.  He was named a top 20 Under 40 construction professional by ENR Mountain States Magazine, a Rising Star in Civil Engineering by CE News Magazine, the Outstanding Young Engineer by the Billings Engineers Club, and a Leadership Montana alumni.  He served on the committee that developed the report card.