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EOY Election

The Delaware Valley Engineer of the Year is elected by representatives of the engineering-related technical societies in the Delaware Valley* and past Engineers of the Year. The election is generally held in early November, beginning at 5:30 pm. There will be one main location in Center City, with satellite locations in Cherry Hill and King of Prussia area. It is hoped this will make it easier for societies to send delegates.

Each society in the ten county Delaware Valley area (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania and Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Mercer and Salem counties in New Jersey) is entitled to appoint delegates and alternates to the election. The number of delegates allowed is based on the count of organization members as follows:

Current Dues Paying Members Delegates
0 to 500 2
501 to 1500 3
1501 to 2500 4
2501 to 3500 5
3501 to 4500 6
4501 to 5500 7
5501 to 6500 8

Alternates (in a number equal to the number of delegates) may be designated to represent the society in the event the delegate(s) cannot attend.

A delegate must be a member of the organization he/she is representing. A delegate can only vote in one capacity.

All former Engineers of the Year are entitled to vote at the election.

Contact the EOY Coordinator, Mark Kinnee, 215-922-8080, if you have any questions.

*Delaware Valley is defined as Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania and Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Mercer and Salem counties in Southern New Jersey