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February 13, 2019

Every year, ASCE honors its New Faces of Civil Engineering – 10 college students and 10 young professionals whose early-career accomplishments mark them as the profession’s future stars. The 2019 class of professionals includes a

February 21, 2019

Engineers Week 2019 is here and ASCE members have geared up to take part. This year’s theme, Engineers: Invent Amazing, is on par with everything members have accomplished so far. ASCE Announces 2019 New Faces…Read More >>

February 20, 2019

ASCE annually recognizes 10 civil engineering students who represent the future of the profession. They are the collegiate edition of the Society’s New Faces of Civil Engineering. The 2019 honorees are rising stars, inspired and…Read More >>

February 20, 2019

ASCE 2019 Past President Kristina Swallow, P.E., ENV SP, Pres.18.ASCE, has been appointed director of the Nevada Department of Transportation. In announcing the appointment, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak emphasized that Swallow’s distinguished career as a…Read More >>

February 19, 2019

Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs has been a staple of teacher training for decades, providing a guideline for working with young students. But what if you took the theory and applied it to what a…Read More >>

February 19, 2019

Everything purposeful about the new United States Courthouse is right there in its shape. Resembling a floating, translucent cube, it might give the statement “see you in court” a whole new meaning. Meeting ambitious energy…Read More >>

February 14, 2019

If Board meetings had themes, this one would be “the future.” Early on the agenda for the recent ASCE Board of Direction meeting, held Jan. 24 in Orlando, FL, was the reveal of a new,…Read More >>

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February 20, 2019

Northeast Ohio Infrastructure Gets “D+” The Cleveland Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) today released its 2019 Report Card for Northeast Ohio’s Infrastructure, grading seven categories of the region’s infrastructure, resulting in an overall grade point average of “D+” – which is the same overall grade the nation received in the 2017...

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February 15, 2019

On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation examined the opportunities for infrastructure improvement, including federal funding, financing programs, and permitting and regulatory streamlining at a hearing entitled,  The hearing, “America’s Infrastructure Needs: Keeping Pace with a Growing Economy.” The testimony the witnesses provided before the full committee hearing focused on the...

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February 15, 2019

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill last week reached spending deal to avert a government shutdown and fund the government for the remainder of fiscal year (FY) 2019. Included in the package (P.L. 116-6)  are the following infrastructure related spending levels: $86.5 billion overall for the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT); $900 million for BUILD grants; $13.4...

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February 13, 2019

The 2019 Report Card for Vermont’s Infrastructure was published today by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Nine categories of infrastructure – aviation, bridges, dams, drinking water, energy, roads, solid waste, stormwater and wastewater – earned cumulative GPA of a “C.” While the overall GPA was the same as what the state earned in 2014,...

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