Kenneth G. Wentink College of Fellows
The American Society of Plumbing Engineers may honor a number of the society’s membership to be recognized –during each convention year- as a member of the Kenneth G. Wentink College of Fellows.
The ASPE Fellows program is operated and administrated by a Fellows Program Committee made up of members of the College of Fellows.
Individuals honored will have made significant and exceptional contributions to the plumbing engineering profession, the society and the plumbing industry.
A member confered as an ASPE Fellow shall retain the designation as a lifetime honor. Candidates must have been a member of ASPE for a minimum of 20 years and nominated by another member.
Self-nomination and grandfathering will not be allowed.
Candidates must meet the criteria outlined in at least three of the following categories:
- Plumbing engineering and design
- Plumbing industry product or service application
- Research and development
- Leadership/management in the industry
- Leadership in the profession
- Legislative-codes and legislation
- Political statesmanship
Those selected will be honored at the Banquet associated with ASPE's Bi-Annual Convention & EPE show. The honorees will be presented with plaque, lapel pin and permitted to use FASPE.
Please click here for a detailed description of the categories listed above.
For a list of current Fellows, click here.