Upcoming Events

Silver State ASME Society Winter Dinner

Please join us on January 27, 2017 for the 2017 Society Winter Dinner. We are excited to welcome our keynote speaker  Mr. James Mitcheltree of Hyperloop One.  James is a member of the DevLoop, the world’s full scale system test of the Hyperloop.  We look forward to learning about the DevLoop and Metal Works and what roles they play in the development of the Hyperloop system!

This year the event will be held at the Gordon Biersch restaurant in Las Vegas.

We anticipate a strong response and seating is limited.  Your RSVP is required to attend. Contact Bradford Colton (bradfordcolton@asme.org) or call 702-699-4131 by Januray 23, 2017.

Click here or the image below to download the flyer in PDF format or click on the event calendar for details and driving directions.




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