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April 4, 2013

The debut of ASCE’s 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure, featuring a marginally improved D+ overall grade and calling for $1.6 trillion in additional investment through 2020 drew widespread interest and coverage from the news…Read More >>

Rep. David McKinley of West Virginia, a civil engineer and Society member, is honored for achieving Fellow status by 2013 President-elect Randall Over
March 29, 2013

Two hundred ASCE members fanned out across Capitol Hill this month for the annual Legislative Fly-In with a strong message: Our nation’s infrastructure problems are solvable if we have strong leadership in Congress. The message…Read More >>

March 27, 2013

Robert D. Stevens, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, and Mark W. Woodson, P.E., L.S., F.ASCE, have been selected by the Board of Direction’s Nominating Committee as the two official nominees for the position of 2014 ASCE president-elect….Read More >>

Aerial view of the Alvarado Water Treatment Plant
March 21, 2013

The Alvarado Water Treatment Plant Ozone Upgrade and Expansion Project in San Diego, California, was named the winner of the 2013 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Award at this year’s Outstanding Projects and Leaders (OPAL)…Read More >>

The new 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure is available to download for smartphones and tablets at iTunes, Google Play, and www.infrastructurereportcard.org.
March 18, 2013

In a much anticipated release, ASCE’s 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure gave the nation’s infrastructure an overall grade of D+, showing slight progress from the D in the last Report Card issued in 2009….Read More >>

March 18, 2013

To help spread the 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure’s message far and wide, for the first time it is available anytime, anywhere as a free digital interactive “app” optimized for smartphones and tablets. With…Read More >>

March 14, 2013

Civil engineering has been an aspect of life since the beginnings of human existence. Historians believe that the first documented engineer was Imhotep, who around 2550 BC built a famous stepped pyramid at Saqqara Necropolis….Read More >>

ASCE President Gregory E. DiLoreto presents St. Louis Section Treasurer Michael T. Buechter and St. Louis Section Secretary Matt Harper with the Outstanding Section and Branch Award
March 13, 2013

At each of its three Regional Leadership Conferences this winter, ASCE bestowed awards, honors, and well-deserved accolades for outstanding achievements to many of its Sections, Branches, and members in the areas of diversity and inclusion,…Read More >>

At the National Engineers Week Future City finals in Arlington, VA, Girl Scout Troop 2225 from Modesto, CA , won ASCE’s Most Innovative Design of Infrastructure Systems award
March 5, 2013

For their design of “Vintage Grove,” a sustainable city in the year 2150, Girl Scout Troop 2225 from Modesto, California, won ASCE’s Most Innovative Design of Infrastructure Systems award at the National Engineers Week Future…Read More >>

At the Grand Central Terminal Rededication Ceremony in New York City, ASCE President Gregory E. DiLoreto, P.E., F.ASCE, unveiled the ASCE Historic Civil Engineering Landmark plaque
March 5, 2013

Heralded by the West Point Brass and Percussion Band performing “Grand Central Centennial Fanfare,” a new piece commissioned for the occasion, the centennial celebration of New York City’s storied Grand Central Terminal kicked off on…Read More >>