Introducing AccessEngineering

December 8, 2017
ASCE Executive Director Tom Smith

At the core of ASCE’s organizational goals is our continued quest to give you the value and support that you will need to excel in your civil engineering career. To make good on this pledge, we are pleased to offer you free access to the online reference tool AccessEngineering in partnership with McGraw-Hill Education.

This online suite of technical content provides professionals, academics, and students across all disciplines access to some of the world’s most used and authoritative engineering reference information, delivered right to your desktop or smartphone. The content is reviewed by a Faculty Advisory Board to ensure that it is comprehensive, up-to-date, and innovative.

With unlimited access to AccessEngineering, you can use the interactive tables, charts, and instructional videos to solve some of your most pressing day-to-day engineering challenges.
Some of the specific features include:

• Fast, faceted search tool to quickly get the information civil engineers need
• More than 1,000 instructional videos to demonstrate step-by-step solutions to real-world engineering problems
• Excel spreadsheet calculators to save you time
• A business suite of references and videos to help build management, presentation, and process skills
• Over 5,000 interactive graphs as well as thousands of downloadable tables to make it easier to use and analyze key data
• Critical global engineering news across all major disciplines

As a member of ASCE, you are part of the largest professional civil engineering network in the world. And with your membership you have access to a wealth of benefits, including the new AccessEngineering, five free PDHs, periodic journal articles, Civil Engineering magazine, Salary Survey data runs, career development resources, member advantage discounts, and a variety of member-exclusive discounts on our products and services.

I encourage you to explore the full range of benefits of your membership, and thank you for helping us to further the civil engineering profession.




In case you missed them, here are some other ways we are working for you:

See how ASCE’s team probed resilience in Mexico City after the earthquakes

With an eye toward mitigating future disasters, a team of engineers organized by ASCE’s Infrastructure Resilience Division recently explored earthquake damage and recovery in and around Mexico City. The team gathered information that will help develop more resilient infrastructure. See the team’s posts at ASCE News and on Twitter at #quaketeamASCE.

Engineers at recent ICSI issue a video call-to-action on sustainability and resilience

“There is just one planet, Planet A. We don’t have Planet B,” said Rosa Galvez, Ph.D., of Quebec, a Canadian senator and McGill University civil and environmental engineering professor. She’s among the experts who shared ideas at ASCE’s recent International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure, and united for a video urging engineers to apply sustainable practices now. View and share its message.

You could earn your next PDHs at Disney World

The popular ASCE Week of seminars in one place returns to Orlando in March. Attendees can earn as many as 42 PDHs in one location. Tour the inner working of Walt Disney World and earn four PDHs, including a Q&A with Disney civil engineers. Register for ASCE Week Orlando.

Continuing education just got more affordable

You can gain unlimited, yearlong access to ASCE’s complete webinar catalog for one low annual fee. Take as many as 10 on-demand webinars in a 365-day period. Courses cover every technical area and management practice. Start your subscription.

Give the perfect gift this holiday season

Enliven the walls of friends, family, colleagues, and your own wall, throughout the year with ASCE’s Bridges 2018 calendar. Each month highlights a spectacular bridge, along with a thumbnail history explaining the bridge’s engineering significance. They’re just $10 each when buying two or more. Preview and order Bridges 2018 calendars.

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