Griffin Brumbaugh
Griffin Brumbaugh

Griffin Brumbaugh is communications coordinator for ASCE’s corporate communications. He supports executive communications, writes for ASCE News and assists with other multi-media projects to promote the civil engineering profession. He is a graduate from Wake Forest University.

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Sustainable Engineering

San Diego Airport feature
April 20, 2017

Welcome to your one-way ticket to the future of sustainable air travel. Envision-awarded airports around the country are looking to the future to save you time and money. The Institute for...
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Sustainable Engineering

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April 19, 2017

This week, ASCE News celebrates Earth Day with a series of stories about sustainability and green engineering. Check ASCE News each day for updates and visit ASCE's hub of sustainability resources,...
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Sustainable Engineering

envision listicle WEB FEAT
April 18, 2017

This week, ASCE News celebrates Earth Day with a series of stories about sustainability and green engineering. Check ASCE News each day for updates and visit ASCE's hub of sustainability resources,...
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Society News

5 Ways Underfunding Infrastructure Affects You
March 30, 2017

Time and money are two of the most valuable things in your life. A lack of investment in our nation’s infrastructure is costing you both. ASCE’s recently released 2017 Infrastructure Report...
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Careers & Leadership

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March 23, 2017

For many entrepreneurial engineers, failure is part of the business. Forbes estimates that 90 percent of startups fail, many of them before the business even has the chance to fully launch. While...
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Society News

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February 23, 2017

Among the industry’s premiere honors, Engineering News-Record’s annual Top 25 Newsmakers list has included many ASCE members over the years. The award highlights engineers who “have gone...
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Uncategorized

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February 16, 2017

Now more than ever, our power infrastructure is at risk. Significant power outages have risen from 76 in 2007 to 307 in 2011 largely due to aging and underfunded infrastructure equipment and...
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Society News

Gavel feature
October 25, 2016

In some cases, right from wrong is not a matter of black and white. Rather the question of what is ethical can present unique answers on a case-by-case basis, creating gray areas. ASCE’s General...
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Society News

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September 30, 2016

Norma Jean Mattei, Ph.D., P.E., F.SEI, F.ASCE, has been busy the past couple of weeks preparing to be ASCE’s new president, but thrilled about what the future holds. “The future that I see is...
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Society News

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September 13, 2016

Ethics are integral to every decision, design, and service performed by civil engineers. A recent ASCE video series, sponsored by a United Engineering Foundation grant, explored four case studies...
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