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The Municipal Engineers of New York will award two $1000 Scholarships to engineering or architectural students.  This program is financed by a generous grant by the late Capt. Arthur J. Benline in memory of his wife Peggy Cornell Benline.  Capt. Benline was retired from the Civil Engineer Corps of the United States Navy.  He was a former Commissioner of Buildings, Commissioner of Air Pollution Control, and was an honorary member and former president of the Municipal Engineers in 1968.  This scholarship program will continue in the future and will ensure that his name will be remembered for the good he has done for this society.


1. Each applicant must be a matriculated undergraduate student in an accredited college of engineering or architecture in the Metropolitan area at the time of award.

2. Student who have previously been awarded a Municipal Engineers scholarship are no longer eligible.

3. Each applicant must submit a transcript of his/her scholastic records and additional information as requested in the application form.

4. Eligible finalists will be called for an interview by the Scholarship Committee prior to final determination of awards.

5. The scholarship will be paid directly to the student to be applied toward one year's tuition and fees.

6. Applications may be obtained by writing to the Scholarship Committee, Municipal Engineers, c/o the UPS Store, 64 Beaver Street, Box 125, New York, NY 10004 or download from this site.

Candidate is to attach a transcript of scholastic records and statement as to goals in pursuing engineering career.

  • Letters of recommendation, if any, may be attached, also a letter of sponsorship by a member of the Municipal Engineers, if possible.
  • Please submit a statement as to how your college costs are being financed and list any scholarships or tuition grants you are receiving.
  • Applications for the next group of awards are to be mailed before September 30, 2017 to:

Municipal Engineers of the City of New York

Scholarship Committee

536 LaGuardia Place

New York, NY 10012

 Awards are announced at our annual Dinner-Dance in November 

click here to download application







Topographic Engineer posting

Process city land use applications for mapping actions, including

  • Providing & reviewing the information needed for the production of alteration maps such as the legal status of existing streets;


    Maintain Records of the Topographical Bureau, including

  • City Map: Update Final Maps.

  • Update the record of city ownership of streets, survey monument data, the

    General Map of the Bronx, Benchmarks


Disseminate public information (via counter; email, mail, & telephone), including

  • Preparing Street Status letters
  • Processing address applications & solve problems with existing addresses and streets status


Other Planning Related Responsibilities


  • Maintain various databases and prepare testimony for brownfield sites, historic sites designation, and photographic Development Library.


    Qualification Requirements


    Bachelor of Science and four years’ experience in engineering, architecture, or related field or a Master’s of Science and two years’ experience.


    Experience in AutoCAD drafting program by Autodesk is desired.


    This position doesn’t require a P.E., but candidates with a P.E.would be given consideration and the responsibilities enhanced.


    Please transmit your resume to the attention of Marilyn Olivero at


    Please provide your salary requirements.


    The Bronx Borough President’s Office is an equal employment opportunity employer.


    Resume Submission Deadline: May 13, 2016


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