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June 20, 2019

Chris Luebkeman is an Arup Fellow, based in their San Francisco office, with the rather daunting title of director for global foresight, research and innovation. Is he a fortune teller? Can he predict the future?…Read More >>

June 19, 2019

It’s not just boats and paddles anymore. The 2019 National Concrete Canoe Competition weekend, for the first time, featured two new ASCE student competition finals, the ASCE Sustainable Solutions Competition: Dog House Challenge and the…Read More >>

June 11, 2019

Michael Paddock, P.E., M.ASCE, a 30-year member of ASCE, is a licensed civil engineer and surveyor. His professional career was spent managing teams of over 100 engineers designing infrastructure projects over $1 billion, and he…Read More >>

June 8, 2019

When the University of Florida concrete canoe team decided to honor Gainesville icon Tom Petty with its theme this year, the Gators’ clever and excellent name for their boat was “Free Floatin’.” As it turns…Read More >>

June 6, 2019

The 2019 National Concrete Canoe Competition began Thursday at the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida, with a hot, humid, and colorful Display Day. Display Day always is a great venue for teams to…Read More >>

June 5, 2019

Jean-Louis Briaud has been elected ASCE’s 2020 president-elect by a majority of Society members and will advance to serve as 2021 president. Briaud, Ph.D., P.E., D.GE, Dist.M.ASCE, has taught at Texas A&M University since 1978,…Read More >>

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June 4, 2019

What do civil engineering college graduates need to know? It’s an important question throughout the history of the profession. But given the rapidly changing variables, as considered in ASCE’s Future World Vision, the question is…Read More >>

June 4, 2019

Climate change is one of six key trends driving ASCE’s Future World Vision scenario-planning model. Already, right now, in the present world vision, climate change –  specifically sea-level rise – is driving demand for flooding…Read More >>

June 4, 2019

Mikhail Chester was at a crossroads of sorts. He’d done plenty of good work in the sustainable engineering space – life-cycle assessment, climate change adaptation, resilience and the like – and won ASCE’s Huber prize…Read More >>

June 3, 2019

ASCE released the 2019 California Infrastructure Report Card, and members of the Orange County Branch and Region 9 attended the press release in Sacramento. Attendees met with decision makers to discuss the urgent need to…Read More >>

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