In 1982 the Atlanta Chapter of the Society of Allied Weight Engineers was created to serve those Mass Properties Engineers primarily affiliated with Lockheed Martin and Delta Airlines in the Atlanta area. The chapter included members with backgrounds in military transport and fighter aircraft, as well as airline operations.
As the membership shifted away from Atlanta, a new focal point was created in Savannah, Georgia to serve those primarily at Gulfstream Aerospace, as well as others in the commercial aircraft and space community. The Chapter was renamed and expanded to include all of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida and Alabama.
With the rise of new Chapters in Florida and Alabama, our Chapter now encompasses Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. We welcome all those interested in estimating, calculating, managing and measuring the mass properties of all types of products from the aerospace, land, offshore, marine and other allied industries. We are especially excited that members from Boeing in South Carolina are now part of our chapter. Our goal is to provide our members a place to meet others in the Mass Properties field, and share ideas, innovations and opportunities.
September 27, 2018 Chapter Meeting - Tom Tanner from Gulfstream gave a very interesting Lunch and Learn presentation on Electrical Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS) Mass Properties Management and Regulations. The meeting was held at Gulsftream, and we had 14 people attend in person, and 1 via Webex. Click below to view the presentation.EWIS Presentation
June 14, 2018 Chapter Meeting - Damian Yanez gave a presentation that included a summary of the history of our Chapter and the benefits of being a member. The meeting was held at Gulsftream, and was well attended. Our Chapter supplied pizza and drinks, and we picked up four new members. Click below to view the presentation.Welcome to SAWE
Please feel free to contact us about our chapter, our professional society, or mass properties in general using the email links provided or the Contact link below. We welcome your input!