The purpose of the Boston Post is dedicated support to our nation and the advancement of the science of military engineering. The Post strives to maintain and build on the proud and successful traditions and heritage that our nation's military engineering community has established by conducting various programs and activities that contribute to this purpose.
The objective of the Boston Post is to help the engineering and environmental professions, the construction industry, and the many federal and state agencies achieve their respective goals. The Post accomplishes this help by promoting the natural linkage between the civilian and military engineering, environmental, and construction industries for their mutual benefit. The Post additionally accomplishes this aim through supporting education in engineering and the environmental sciences through its scholarship program, its tutoring and mentoring programs, and by continuing education of its professional membership.

The Post encourages its membership to be active in their communities through application of their professional skills, talents and experience.

The Post prepares for the challenges of the future through development of emergency response capability for both natural disasters and military mobilization.

Boston Post Documents for Download
  • Boston Post by-laws
  • Boston Post Constitution
  • Post Operations Manual
  • SAME Student Chapter Guidance Document
SAME Boston Post Joint Meeting with CMAA
Start Date/Time:
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 11:00 AM
End Date/Time:
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 1:30 PM
Recurring Event:
One time event
Normal Priority
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SAME Boston Post - CMAA New England Joint Meeting

Owners Forum

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

11 am registration 11.30 am to 1.30 pm program

The Westin Waltham, 70 3rd Avenue, Waltham, MA


Join the CMAA New England Chapter and the SAME Boston Post for an update on the Commonwealth’s $2.3B MBTA Green Line Extension and the economic benefits that transportation-oriented development brings to the communities of Cambridge, Somerville and Medford, Massachusetts.

The panel discussion will be moderated by Janice M. Bergeron, President and CEO at RND Consultants, Inc., a veteran of regional transportation and development projects. Janice will be joined by John Dalton, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Green Line Extension (GLX) Program Manager who will provide a project update. Rounding off our panel is BLDUP, Inc. founder Noah J. Coughlin. Noah will share business intelligence and data analytics of mapped trends of activity along the surrounding GLX communities.


Industry registration - $75 per person | Govt/Seniors/Young Member/Students - $45 per person

*NEW Option - Company/Agency table of 8 - $600.  Table will be reserved with Company/Agency name


Registration can be paid on line with a credit card or by check.  If paying by check, once you complete the registration form and submit, you registration is complete.  

Please make checks payable to SAME Boston Post and mail to:  

Kimberly Ewalt, Charter Oak Environmental Services, Inc, 33 Ledgebrook Drive, Mansfield, CT  06250

Owned by SAME Admin On Tuesday, November 7, 2017