Randy Over
Randy Over

As the 2014 ASCE President, Randy shares his thoughts on the profession, Society initiatives and personal experiences while visiting with members in the US and abroad. From 1994 – 2011, Randy was the Ohio Department of Transportation District 12 (Cleveland area) Construction Engineer overseeing a staff of 70 and construction projects totaling $2.4 Billion. While President for ASCE, Randy will be the Ohio DOT District 12 Construction Staff Specialist.

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Perspectives

October 7, 2014

2014 ASCE President Randy Over Gives Farewell Address in PanamaPhoto Credit: David Hathcox As my ASCE presidency draws to a...
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One of the many interviews I gave to local media
July 7, 2014

If you’ve never been to one of ASCE’s National Concrete Canoe Competitions, I have to tell you it was very serious fun! Hanging out with the students, advisors, sponsors and hosts was special for...
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Carolyn Merry, Ph.D., M.ASCE
June 11, 2014

I was deeply saddened by the news of the death of one of our own, Dr. Carolyn Merry, who tragically lost her life on one of the roads in her community at 63 years of age. I was fortunate enough to...
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New ExCEEd graduates
March 28, 2014

As we look to the future, how do we ensure that we foster interested and engaged students who are passionate and committed to joining the civil engineering workforce of the future?  It all starts...
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January 17, 2014

In the first two months of every year, ASCE holds three Multi Region Leadership Conferences. These conferences provide attendees with valuable opportunities to learn more about ASCE, practice...
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2014 President Randy Over delivers inaugural address at Annual Meeting
November 22, 2013

Welcome and thanks for reading my blog. I’m looking forward to sharing my thoughts with you as I jump into my year as ASCE president and tackling the objectives I’ve set for me and the Society....
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