The Berks County Public Works Association
was initiated in 1996 by a group of concerned municipal officials
and vendors of municipal-related
services and equipment, to advance the theory and practice of the design, construction, maintenance,
administration and operation of public works services, as well as the dissemination of information and
experience upon the promotion of improved practices in public works administration and the encouragement
of the adherence by public works officials to a continually higher standard.
The membership is comprised of active members
, official and employees of government agencies, engaged
in the field of public works; honorary members
, retired officials and employees of governmental agencies
who have been active members in the Association, in good standing, for ten (10) years;
officials and employees of governmental agencies engaged in the field of public works outside Berks County;
and, associate members
, any persons, company and/or corporation-associated persons with special knowledge,
experience and interest in the public works field, desirous of aiding and furthering the objectives of the Association.
in Berks Public Works has its benefits. Read more
about the three different levels of membership.
We are pleased to offer the following presentations since we have been subjected to the changing fuel specifications that have affected maintenance and performance of equipment and tools.
, Spring Township Director of Parks, Recreation, and Public Facilities will present playground equipment safety, inspection, maintenance and address areas of concern regarding general park maintenance.
of Unique Paving Materials will present on proper selection, use, and installation of high performance cold patching materials.
registration, coffee and doughnuts will be from 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM. The educational session will begin at 9:00 AM and break at approximately noon for lunch.
Questions? Please contact us at info@BerksPublicWorks.org
, or call Todd Dietrich at 610-972-8046.