Doug Simon first got excited about the idea when he was putting together the latest edition of the ASCE Alaska Section’s Anchorage Branch newsletter. A note about the Community Engineering Corps turned up in his…Read More >>
Members of the Florida Gulf Coast University Student Chapter received a behind-the-scenes tour at Cemex, a global building materials company. Keep up with the Student Chapter on Instagram.
Board members from the Philadelphia Section’s Younger Member Forum volunteered for a Habitat for Humanity Build Day. The group did a variety of work, including the laying down of WonderBoard in preparation for tile flooring…Read More >>
The Seattle Younger Member Forum invited the Tacoma-Olympia Section’s Younger Member Group for a tour of the Concrete Technology Corporation in Tacoma, WA. The tour included a presentation about the prestressing process, application, and safety. Then, members were…Read More >>
Never doubt the power of the “Hey, what if we … ?” question. RoadBotics is a new company that combines smartphone and artificial intelligence technology to detect and record the condition of concrete and asphalt…Read More >>
I recently had the honor of serving as one of the keynote speakers for a luncheon at the ASCE Environmental and Water Resources Institute Congress, which was held in Minneapolis earlier this month. I spoke…Read More >>
The Austin Branch’s Younger Member Forum hosted Lattes and Leadership, a monthly summer event series with the Advancing Women in Transportation organization. Heather Ashley-Nguyen, P.E., M.ASCE, advanced project development director for the Texas Department of…Read More >>
Members of the Seattle Section’s Younger Member Forum gathered at Volunteer Park in Seattle for its annual YMF picnic, complete with food and games. Keep up with the Younger Member Forum on Instagram.
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Vincent Van Gogh would be proud. The Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo concrete canoe team’s performance at nationals – with its canoe named Van Gogh – was nothing short of a work of art. Cal…Read More >>