The Association for Facilities Engineering,

Chapter 26 serving the greater St. Louis area.

            

We would like to invite ALL Engineers, as well as Maintenance Managers, and Building Energy Directors to our next A.F.E. monthly meeting, Mar. 25, 2003 beginning at 5:00 P.M. 

Tour: MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc.

501 Pearl Drive

St. Peters, MO 63376

MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. will demonstrate the manufacturing process of silicon rods and wafers (computer chip materials).  Then we will tour the facility from 5:30-7:00 .  Afterwards, we will go to Stefanina's Restaurant in O'Fallon (address) for food and refreshments.  We are in need of a sponsor for the evening refreshments, if you would like to help with the sponsorship please notify our webmaster ASAP.

Come and network with your St. Louis 's A.F.E. End- User's in manufacturing and building operations, this is a place where your questions can be answered by all of us working together. (Do your friends a favor and introduce them to the fastest growing organization in the St. Louis area!!)

Our group is growing (60+ members!) so don't miss out. Members: Don't forget your badges!

Frank Kastl (AFE-St Louis President)

Please RSVP us below...         This will reserve a seat for you. 

Your Name_____________________________________ Your Email or Phone_____________________


Please print and fax this document to (314) 436-7391.

OR

RSVP online at http://www.afestlouis.org/MarRSVP.htm

Travel Tips: (From Lambert-St. Louis International Airport) Take I-70 West 15.3 miles to exit 220 (exit sign reads "Hwy 79/Elsberry/Louisiana"). At the top of the exit ramp, turn right onto highway 79 and go .08 miles to Pearl Drive exit (veer right, off highway 79). At the stoplight, turn left onto Pearl Drive and go .02 miles to MEMC Drive. Turn left onto MEMC Drive, veer left at the first fork in the road (the lake is now on your right). At the second fork, veer right. Visitor parking is at the top of the hill.

Please email webmaster@afestlouis.org if you have any questions.

The Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE) is the largest, dedicated network in the facility, maintenance, and plant operations professions. Our members advance the field and their careers using the most complete range of technical information, education, best practices, and sharing of common professional experiences.