Announcements

  • Call for Project of the Year Award Nominations and More!

    ASCE-NCS Members and Community,

     

    During the upcoming ASCE National Capital Section Annual Section Award event, NCS will honor winners of the Outstanding Civil Engineering Project of the Year Award, the Community Service Award, the Diversity and Inclusion Award, and the Lifetime Achievement Award.

     

    Outstanding Civil Engineering Project of the Year

    The Civil Engineering Project of the Year Award recognizes a civil engineering project within the National Capital region that demonstrates the greatest civil engineering skills and represents the greatest contribution to civil engineering progress. The project must have been substantially completed within the preceding three years. The Awards and Nominations Committee considers the contribution to the well-being of individuals, the resourcefulness in planning, the solution of design problems, the pioneering use of materials and methods, innovations in construction, impact on the physical environment, unusual aspects, and aesthetic values. If you have a project, or know of a project, that you think should be nominated, please let us know; we love to highlight local engineers and their projects and would love to hear from you.

     

    We are also seeking nominations for the following:

    Community Service Award

    Diversity and Inclusion Award

    Lifetime Achievement Award

     

    Please take this opportunity to recognize the outstanding work and community members in the National Capital region! For a copy of the Nominations Forms, please contact ASCE NCS President, Tricia Wolfbauer ().

     

    Please submit Nominations by March 15!

  • eWeek STEM Kits - Sponsored and Assembled by Eastern Iowa Young Members Group of ASCE

    The eWeek kits are back! ASCE is dedicated to promoting the need for young people to pursue careers in STEM-related fields and is offering FREE STEM eWeek kits for kids in the Eastern Iowa Area. The kits include activity plans and supplies for a week’s worth of activities aimed at elementary and middle school-aged kids.

    Here are some important details about the kits:

    • The free kits will be shipped or delivered by ASCE on a first-come, first-serve basis.
    • To sign up for the kit, please fill out this survey https://forms.gle/PpZiypQCsGRAafib7
    • Each household can receive up to two kits while supplies last.
    • Kits will be shipped to interested children who live in Eastern Iowa counties, including Dubuque, Linn, Jones, Jackson, Iowa, Johnson, Cedar, Clinton, Scott, Muscatine, and Washington.
      • Folks who sign up for a kit outside Eastern Iowa will be considered based on available funding and supplies.
    • The kits will begin shipping out in mid-March.

    If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Kelly Wollner at [email protected]. Please spread the word and share this opportunity with family, friends, and neighbors in the Eastern Iowa Area!

  • 030424 YMG Resume Review

  • 022924 YMG Resume Review at UConn - Volunteers Needed

  • 030524 FREE CSCE Webinar - ASCE's Members of Society Advancing An Inclusive Culture (MOSAIC) Committ

    Please join CSCE at a FREE webinar at 12 p.m. Noon EST on Tuesday, March 5, 2024. At this online event, Moises Young, Chair of ASCE's Members of Society Advancing An Inclusive Culture (MOSAIC) Committee will give a presentation about the activities of this committee. No NYS PDH will be offered at this event. This webinar is sponsored by the CSCE Career Guidance Committee.
  • 022924 12 pm Webinar - Learn about Wild & Scenic Rivers: Federal Designations with Local Application

    Please join CSCE at a FREE webinar at 12 p.m. Noon EST on Thursday, February 29, 2024. At this webinar, Patricia Young, who is the Eightmile River Watershed Program Director, will give a presentation on, Wild & Scenic Rivers: Federal Designations with Local Application. No NYS PDH will be offered at this event. This webinar is sponsored by the CT Chapter of the ASCE Environmental & Water Resources Institute.

    Connecticut now has five Wild & Scenic designated river systems, the West Branch of the Farmington River, the Eightmile River Watershed, the Upper Farmington River and Salmon Brook, the Wood-Pawcatuck River (in CT and RI) and the Housatonic River. What is a designated Wild & Scenic River and how does it get designated? What are Outstandingly Remarkable Values and “Section 7” reviews? What does it mean for federally permitted or funded projects? And who actually signs off on projects that need Wild & Scenic Section 7 reviews?

    From her perspective with the Eightmile Wild & Scenic River, Patricia Young will review all those questions and where to get more information on designated Wild & Scenic River segments and what to expect when working with a Wild & Scenic Coordinating Committee.

  • Final Call to Register for 2/22 UNH STEM Career Fair

    There is still room at the University of New Haven's Annual STEM Career Fair! This event serves as a fantastic opportunity for employers seeking talented individuals to fill internships, part-time positions, and full-time positions within the STEM fields. The UNH STEM Career Fair is next week on Thursday, February 22nd from 1 P.M. to 4 P.M. at the Beckerman Recreation Center on campus. This is a popular fair and it has had tremendous success in the past. 

    Majors attending range from genetics & biotechnology, marine biology, fire science, forensic science, civil/mechanical/industrial/chemical engineering, data science, business analytics, to cyber security, computer science, mathematics, physics, AND MORE! 

    This is a final call to secure your spot in the fair, register here to meet with top students/alumni from its STEM programs. 

    Registration is $350 for For-Profit organizations and $250 for Non-Profits. 

    If you have any questions, please feel free to email Bakhtawar (Baki) Izzat, Employer Relations Manager- Campus Recruitment at [email protected] or call (203) 932-7491. 

    UNH looks forward to welcoming your organization to its STEM Career Fair and introducing you to its talented students.

  • 030124 YMG Trip to Quinnipiac Men's Hockey Game

  • Thursdays @ 3 - The Future of AI in Civil Engineering

    ASCE will bring together a panel of civil engineering leaders to share insights and answer questions on a variety of topics. Every Third Thursday at 3 p.m. EDT, ASCE will host a virtual roundtable on a new topic.

    On February 15th, we’ll discuss “The future of AI in Civil Engineering” Bring your questions. Get to know each other. Share your expertise.

  • 030524 Noontime Webinar - Learn about ASCE's MOSAIC Committee

    Please join CSCE at a FREE webinar at 12 p.m. Noon EST on Tuesday, March 5, 2024. At this online event, Moises Young, Chair of ASCE's Members of Society Advancing An Inclusive Culture (MOSAIC) Committee will give a presentation about the activities of this committee. No NYS PDH will be offered at this event. This webinar is sponsored by the CSCE Career Guidance Committee.

  • 022924 12 pm Webinar - Learn about Wild & Scenic Rivers: Federal Designations with Local Application

    Please join CSCE at a FREE webinar at 12 p.m. Noon EST on Thursday, February 29, 2024. At this webinar, Patricia Young, who is the Eightmile River Watershed Program Director, will give a presentation on, Wild & Scenic Rivers: Federal Designations with Local Application. No NYS PDH will be offered at this event. This webinar is sponsored by the CT Chapter of the ASCE Environmental & Water Resources Institute.

    Connecticut now has five Wild & Scenic designated river systems, the West Branch of the Farmington River, the Eightmile River Watershed, the Upper Farmington River and Salmon Brook, the Wood-Pawcatuck River (in CT and RI) and the Housatonic River. What is a designated Wild & Scenic River and how does it get designated? What are Outstandingly Remarkable Values and “Section 7” reviews? What does it mean for federally permitted or funded projects? And who actually signs off on projects that need Wild & Scenic Section 7 reviews?

    From her perspective with the Eightmile Wild & Scenic River, Patricia Young will review all those questions and where to get more information on designated Wild & Scenic River segments and what to expect when working with a Wild & Scenic Coordinating Committee.

    Speaker Biography:

    Patricia Young has a professional career spanning nearly forty years working to protect natural resources in the State of Connecticut and has served as the Eightmile River Watershed Program Director since 2009.  The Eightmile River is a federally designated Wild & Scenic Partnership River, managed in cooperation with the National Park Service. Ms. Young also serves as the Watershed Coordinator for the Salmon River Watershed, which is eligible for Wild & Scenic designation. In additional to managing the federal cooperative agreement for the Eightmile Wild & Scenic River, she also oversees the administration for both groups, manages stream monitoring programs, conducts project reviews, runs outreach and education programming and coordinates with federal, state and local government officials along with other non-profit organizations.

    Ms. Young has held previous positions with both the Eastern and North Central Conservation Districts and has also worked in municipal land-use and environmental health with the Towns of Waterford, Madison, Coventry and Old Lyme. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resource Management and her Master of Science in Environmental Education. She currently serves on the CT River Coastal Conservation District as a board member. Come February and March, you can find her in her backyard tending to her small (very small) maple syrup operation.

  • Would you like to talk to students about civil engineering?

  • January 2024 CSCE Newsletter

    Check out CSCE's January 2024 Newsletter for information about upcoming events, volunteering opportunities in CT schools and news from CT State Community College Three Rivers.

  • 2/6/24 - Volunteers Needed for Resume Review at UNH

    If you can help out these students, please send an email to either [email protected] or [email protected]
  • University of Idaho ASCE Fundraising Opportunity

    The University of Idaho student chapter of ASCE is fundraising  to help the club pay for concrete canoe and steel bridge materials, symposium registration fees, travel and lodging and other ASCE related expenditures. The student chapter strives to maintain zero costs to students to encourage participation and to remove any barriers to entry. If you are interested and have any questions regarding ASCE at UI, please feel free to reach out to Gabe Brandt, ASCE President, [email protected]

  • Gonzaga ASCE Fundraising Opportunity

    The Gonzaga University American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) Student Chapter is hard at work at designing and building their concrete canoe for the Pacific Northwest Student Symposium on April 5-6 at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA. The canoe has been built, and is currently being prepped for finishing.  To participate in this year’s competition, funds ($5000) are needed to complete the canoe for competition and for 20 students to travel to and from the competition (lodging, transportation, conference registration, etc.). Gonzaga ASCE is looking for donations to help cover these costs.  Your assistance will continue to create a community where civil engineering students at Gonzaga can be exposed to educational and professional activities that will advance them in their careers. These events will not be possible without your help and we hope that you will support us in achieving our goals!

    To donate to Gonzaga ASCE, please go to the following link for Gifts to Student Clubs:

    https://www.gonzaga.edu/give/giving/student-clubs

    Expand the Academics Category and check the box next to the American Society of Civil Engineering and fill out the rest of the form. Please also send an email to Gonzaga ASCE Faculty Advisor, Sue Niezgoda ([email protected]) letting us know of your donation and also to work out any donation/sponsorship details that might be needed.  Thanks for your support!

  • NM Northern Branch Professional Headshot Photo Session

    You're invited to attend the NM Northern Branch Professional Headshot Photo Session on February 21st. 

    Why Attend?
    Update your marketing content, showcase a new profile image, build an online industry presence, and create a virtual business card - all in one organized event.

  • SAVE THE DATE - April 3 2024 TechEd Seminar

  • Pre-registration ends January 13 - India Section Vision 2050 Conference, Mumbai, January 16, 2024

    You still have time to pre-register for the India Section Conference "Vision-2050:  Engineering Excellence to Transform Communities.", Tuesday, January 16, 2024, at The Taj Santacruz, Mumbai, India. 

    For registration form and flyer please go to link 
    (URL: https://forms.gle/PiaQJyeYHRLzAweH7

    Contact [email protected] or by phone to +91 78388 63297 for further details. 

  • Thursdays @ 3 - Mentoring: How to Have Meaningful and Productive Conversations

    ASCE will bring together a panel of civil engineering leaders to share insights and answer questions on a variety of topics. Every Third Thursday at 3 p.m. EDT, ASCE will host a virtual roundtable on a new topic.

    On January 18th, we’ll discuss “Mentoring: How to Have Meaningful and Productive Conversations.” Bring your questions. Get to know each other. Share your expertise.

  • Annual Sponsor Recognition - GRI

    The ASCE Inland Empire Section would like to thank and recognize GRI for their Annual Sponsorship donation to the section.

    Thank you to GRI for your Annual Sponsorship

    Sponsorship Opportunities can be viewed here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1f3Ke6aV3cB6tdAr7y_cBJWDfR3EXyFLe/view

  • Infrastructure Report Card

    The RI Section is updating the state infrastructure report card for 2024.

    The current 2020 infrastructure report cardcan be found here:

    Rhode Island Infrastructure | ASCE's 2021 Infrastructure Report Card

    If you would like to assist in the effort to update the report card, please email:

    [email protected]

  • New CSCE Annual Sponsorship

    The CSCE is excited to provide a new sponsorship and promotional opportunity for companies in CT!

    The benefits of the sponsorship include:

    • PowerPoint slide recognition at every meeting – presented by CSCE
      Company logo included in emails promoting the meeting
      Company logo included on all the meeting/event invitations sent by CSCE
    • 5 dinner meeting registration vouchers - These can be used all at one dinner meeting or spaced out throughout the year at multiple dinner meetings, but not at the ACE Awards event
    • Includes PDHs for employees attending the meetings that offer PDHs
    • Sponsorship recognition in CSCE Newsletter and on the CSCE website

    Annual Sponsorship Cost for ASCE/CSCE firms (Firms with partnership relationships with ASCE or employ at least 5 CSCE members): $2,000

    Annual Sponsorship Cost for Non ASCE/CSCE firms: $2,500

    Please sign up today to support the activities of CSCE!

    Annual CSCE Sponsorship Form

  • 2024 ACE Awards Nominations Due March 15, 2024

    Once again, CSCE is honoring the design and construction achievements of Connecticut Civil Engineers with the Achievement in Civil Engineering Awards or “ACE" Awards at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville, CT, on May 15, 2024. These awards will commend projects that were planned, designed or constructed substantially between January 1 and December 31, 2023, in Connecticut. In addition, CSCE will honor the contributions of CSCE Life Members, individual engineers, professors and firms at this event. Nominations are due March 15, 2024. Please visit www.csce.org for more information about these awards.

  • 2024 COMTO Scholarship Application for Minority Youth

    Scholarship season is here! The Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) CT Chapter, a national organization dedicated to support employment diversity, inclusion, and contracting opportunities in transportation industry, 2024 scholarships are available. As part its commitment to help minority youths maximize their educational potential, two $1,500 scholarships will be awarded. Application deadline is Monday, April 15, 2024. More information can be found here: https://www.comtoct.org/ or contact Dr. Tamara B. Smith at [email protected]

    2024 COMTO Scholarship Application for Minority Youth

  • CSCE Student Award Nominations - Due March 15, 2024

    CSCE is now accepting nominations for its college scholarship awards. College students and incoming freshmen currently accepted into a college, university, or technical school, in a civil/environmental engineering or construction related program are encouraged to apply.

    Application for College Students  

    Application for Incoming Freshmen

  • ASCE Global Link Winter 2024 Issue

    You may find the latest Global Link issue in today's ASCE's Source, January 10, or via direct link at Global Link Winter 2024. This and past issues you may also find on the Region 10 website page > scroll down to Global Link - International Activities. 

    ASCE Global Programs  

  • In case you missed it, here is CSCE's December 2023 Newsletter

    Above: Ryan Benoit, P.E., of Tighe & Bond, and CSCE President-Elect Rich Cohen, P.E., of Lochner, following Mr. Benoit's presentation on the Wastewater Pumping Stations Rehabilitation Project in Stratford, CT, at the CSCE Meeting at CT State Community College - Three Rivers in Norwich, CT, on December 12, 2023. Information about this and other recent CSCE events can be found in the December 2023 Newsletter.

  • Company Representatives Needed for 2/9 Structural Engineering Student Conference at UNH

    As our industry continues to experience exponential growth and employers are increasingly seeking top talent across our state, SEI Connecticut is excited to announce the organization of a highly anticipated conference targeted at students aspiring to specialize in structural engineering. The SEI Connecticut, ASCE SEI UNEWHAVEN and SEI_Unewhaven Graduate Student Chapter are thrilled to present a recruitment event tailored to students interested in the field of structural engineering on February 9, 2024, at the University of New Haven. More information about this conference can be found here.


    The deadline for your company to participate in this conference has been extended to January 12th. Please send an email to [email protected] before then to let CSCE know you are interested in joining students and colleagues at this event.

  • January 30th CSCE Dinner Meeting at the University of Hartford

    Please join CSCE at its next dinner meeting on January 30th at the University of Hartford when Mark Carlino, Kimberly Lesay, and Michael Calabrese of the Connecticut Department of Transportation will give a presentation about CTDOT’s Complete Streets Controlling Design Criteria Policy and Engineering Directive. Thank you to WSP USA Corp., Haley & Aldrich and Garg Consulting Services, Inc. for sponsoring this meeting.

    https://lnkd.in/e3E4vHQA

  • Renew Membership for 2024

    A friendly reminder to renew ASCE Membership for 2024.  Update your contact information to stay up to date for activities for the Inland Empire Section

  • 2024 Annual Banquet Reminder - Register by 1/11/2024

    Please join us on 1/18/2024 for the 2024 Annual Banquet at Northern Quest Casino & Resort. Check in at 6:00 PM
    Marlene Feist (City of Spokane - Director of Public Works) will be the Keynote Speaker.
    Please join us to recognize Jeanne Finger as our 2024 Engineer of Merit Award and Brad Blegen as our 2024 Distinguished Career Award recipients.
    Five students eligible to win $20 through raffle (must be present to win). Special thanks for Bill Meeks for sponsoring this student raffle.
    Shout out to Coffman Engineers for being a Table Sponsor for the Annual Banquet!
    Please register by 1/11/2024 to help us get an accurate head count for the event.
    Registration and Sponsorship Opportunities on the Section Website: https://sections.asce.org/inlandempire/annual-banquet-2024-northern-quest
    Thank you to those who have registered so far.
  • Spring 2024 TechEd Seminar

    Spring 2024 TechEd Seminar scheduled for April 3, 2024 at Spokane Valley CenterPlace Plaza.
    Topic centered on Ecology update to Stormwater Manual.
    Additional information pending.
  • YMF Service Project Opportunity - 1/27/2024 8:30 AM

    ASCE Younger Member Forum is organizing a service project with Habitat for Humanity on 1/27/2024 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM.  There are 15 total spots available.

    Please follow the steps in the link below to complete registration through Habitat.  Address is provided.  Please email [email protected] with any questions. 

    http://asceyoungermemberforum.habitat-spokane.volunteerhub.com/

  • Thank You to ASCE Younger Members for a Slam Dunk Evening!

  • Sponsorship Update for 2024 Annual Banquet

    Shout out to Coffman Engineers for signing up as a Table Sponsor for the 2024 Annual Banquet on 1/18/2024.

    Sponsorship and registration for the Annual Banquet still available.

    https://sections.asce.org/inlandempire/annual-banquet-2024-northern-quest

  • Please Join CSCE at its January 30th Dinner Meeting at the University of Hartford

    Please join CSCE at our monthly meeting at the University of Hartford on January 30, 2024. At this meeting, Mark Carlino, P.E., Kim Lesay, and Michael Calabrese, P.E., of CTDOT will give a presentation on the CTDOT’s Complete Streets Controlling Design Criteria Policy and Engineering Directive. This meeting is co-sponsored by the CT Chapter of the ASCE Transportation & Development Institute and the ASCE Student Chapter at the University of Hartford. Attendees may earn 1 NYS PDH at this event.

  • Company Representatives Needed for 2/9 Structural Engineering Student Conference at UNH

    As our industry continues to experience exponential growth and employers are increasingly seeking top talent across our state, SEI Connecticut is excited to announce the organization of a highly anticipated conference targeted at students aspiring to specialize in structural engineering. The SEI Connecticut, ASCE SEI UNEWHAVEN and SEI_Unewhaven Graduate Student Chapter are thrilled to present a recruitment event tailored to students interested in the field of structural engineering on February 9, 2024, at the University of New Haven. More information about this conference can be found here.


    If your company would like to participate in this conference, please send an email to [email protected] by January 12th.

  • A Few Spots Left at December 12th CSCE Meeting in Norwich, CT

    If you can join us on Tuesday night for this presentation, please register today.
  • Annual Banquet 2024 at Northern Quest

    Please join us for the 2024 Annual Banquet for the ASCE Inland Empire Section on Thursday, January 18, 2024 starting 6:00 PM at Northern Quest Resort and Casino.

    Awards will be given and Student Scholarships will be recognized.

    Keynote speaker: Marlene Feist (City of Spokane, Director of Public Works).

    RSVP instruction, Sponsorship opportunities, and additional information on the Section website:
    https://sections.asce.org/inlandempire/annual-banquet-2024-northern-quest

    Please RSVP by January 11, 2024 to help us get an accurate head count.

  • CSCE Volunteers Needed to Help Manage CSCE's Fairfield County Branch Activities

    To all members of CSCE's Fairfield County Branch:
    CSCE is currently looking for volunteers to help manage the activities of CSCE's Fairfield County Branch, which include, at a minimum, managing an annual dinner meeting featuring an engineering presentation in Fairfield County and can include managing summer socials, site visits, webinars, trips and other activities on behalf of CSCE that are funded by a combination of CSCE's funds, sponsorships and individual registration fees. The objective of the Fairfield Branch is the advancement of the science and profession of civil engineering through education in a manner consistent with the objective of the American Society of Civil Engineers. If you would be interested in becoming more involved with the Fairfield County Branch, please send an email to [email protected] or [email protected].
  • Do you need an excuse to get out and stop by an intriguing engineering landmark?

  • Check out CSCE's November 2023 Newsletter

    Check out CSCE's November 2023 Newsletter to learn about the activities of CSCE, the CT Valley Chapter of the ASCE Geo-Institute and its Younger Members Group.

    There are a few spots left at the upcoming dinner meeting at CT State Community College - Three Rivers on December 12, 2023. If you are interested in joining us at the meeting, please click here and register.

  • Volunteer Request for CSCE Programs Committee

  • Would you like to join an ASCE Institute or Technical Group? Free with ASCE Membership

    CSCE is reaching out to its members who aren't already a member of one of the ASCE Institutes or Technical Groups to remind them that membership in one of ASCE's Institutes or Technical Groups is included in your ASCE Membership. These Institutes and Technical Groups bring together volunteers from similar engineering disciplines to network and coordinate conferences, workshops, peer-reviewed journals, books, manuals of practice, seminars, webinars, and consensus standards. CSCE currently has state chapters in ASCE's Construction InstituteEnvironmental & Water Resources InstituteGeo-InstituteStructural Engineering and  Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI) | ASCE that coordinate topics for dinner meetings and professional development events in Connecticut, but there are many more Institutes and Technical Groups to choose to join including:

    Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI)
    Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute (COPRI)
    Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI)
    Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute (UESI)

    Aerospace Technical Group
    Changing Climate Technical Group
    Codes & Standards Technical Group
    Cold Regions Technical Group
    Computing Technical Group
    Energy Engineering Technical Group
    Forensic Engineering Technical Group
    Infrastructure Resilience Technical Group
    Sustainability Technical Group

    If you have any questions about joining any of the ASCE's Institutes or Technical Groups, please feel free to contact CSCE at [email protected].

  • Register soon for 12/12 Dinner Meeting featuring presentation by Ryan Benoit, P.E., of Tighe & Bond

  • 020924 Structural Engineering Student Conference - Companies Wanted

    As our industry continues to experience exponential growth and employers are increasingly seeking top talent across our state, SEI Connecticut is excited to announce the organization of a highly anticipated conference targeted at students aspiring to specialize in structural engineering. The SEI Connecticut, ASCE SEI UNEWHAVEN and SEI_Unewhaven Graduate Student Chapter are thrilled to present a recruitment event tailored to students interested in the field of structural engineering on February 9, 2024, at the University of New Haven. More information about this conference can be found at https://lnkd.in/dCTmA8UW

    If your company would like to participate in this conference, please send an email to [email protected] by December 31st.
  • 121223 CSCE Dinner Meeting in Norwich, CT (Earn 1 NYS PDH)

    Please join CSCE at our monthly meeting at CT State Community College - Three Rivers on December 12, 2023. At this meeting, Ryan Benoit, P.E., of Tighe & Bond will give a presentation on the Wastewater Pumping Stations Rehabilitation Project in Stratford, CT, which was the winner of the 2023 ACE Award for Wastewater Infrastructure. This meeting is co-sponsored by the CT Chapter of the ASCE Environmental & Water Resources Institute and CT State Community College - Three Rivers. Attendees may earn 1 NYS PDH at this event.

    Tighe & Bond provided design and construction phase services to rehabilitate and upgrade five pump stations in Stratford, Connecticut. The five major wastewater pumping stations across the Town of Stratford underwent rehabilitation, equipment replacement, and resiliency upgrades. Rehabilitation and equipment replacement efforts at each of the pump stations included new process, structural, architectural, plumbing, HVAC, and electrical components. For flood resiliency, each of the pump stations were designed and constructed to remain operational and protected during a 100-year plus 3-foot elevation flood event.

    The Stratford Wastewater Pump Station project prioritized cost-effective capital improvements to harden wastewater infrastructure against storm events. Tighe & Bond, the Town of Stratford and their project partners upgraded five critical pump stations in flood prone areas to improve resiliency, ventilation, and odor control. The project team gained public support and unprecedented project funding from state agencies, cutting costs for the municipality.

    Ryan Benoit is a project engineer with a focus on water and wastewater resources infrastructure. He completed his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering at Merrimack College and his Master of Science in civil engineering focused on environmental engineering at Norwich University. His experience includes design, data analysis, report preparation, and construction observation, administration, and management.

  • 120423 CSCE Ethics Webinar (Earn 1 NYS PDH)

    Please join CSCE for a webinar on ethics at 12 p.m. Noon on December 4, 2023, that will feature a presentation by Frederick Hedberg, partner at Robinson+Cole, on how to avoid engineering malpractice. Attendees may earn 1 NYS PDH at this webinar. 
  • Last call to register for 11/16 CSCE YMG Social at the Alvarium Beer Co. in New Britain, CT

    Last call to register for the CSCE YMG Fall Social for current and future CSCE Younger Members at the Alvarium Beer Company in New Britain, CT, on Thursday, November 16th. Come grab a drink and some FREE snacks with friends & colleagues as we celebrate what the YMG has accomplished in 2023 and what it has planned for 2024. Thank you to HNTB for sponsoring this event!

  • 120423 CSCE Ethics Webinar (Earn 1 NYS PDH)

    Please join CSCE for a webinar on ethics at 12 p.m. Noon on December 4, 2023, that will feature a presentation by Frederick Hedberg, partner at Robinson+Cole on how to avoid engineering malpractice. Attendees may earn 1 NYS PDH at this webinar. 

    At this webinar, Mr. Hedberg will discuss ethical and legal considerations with respect to the practice of engineering. Attendees will learn tips and pitfalls to avoid to ensure compliance with different ethical codes and laws that are applicable to the engineering profession, and in so doing, to reduce the risk of committing engineering malpractice. You will also learn the duties and responsibilities of an engineer while serving as a consultant or expert witness.

    Frederick E. Hedberg is a member of the firm’s Construction Law Group, with more than 20 years of experience handling complex construction and  commercial matters for his clients, both as a transactional attorney and as an experienced litigator. In addition to his legal experience, prior to becoming an attorney, Fred practiced as a licensed civil and structural engineer for over 10 years, thereby gaining an in-depth knowledge and understanding of all phases of a construction project. Fred’s clients include public, institutional and private owners, developers, general and specialty  contractors, design professionals, sureties, financial institutions and insurance companies. Fred represents clients in federal and state courts and before arbitration panels and administrative governmental tribunals on all types of project-related claims and disputes.

  • 111623 CSCE YMG Social at the Alvarium Beer Co. in New Britain, CT

    The CSCE YMG is hosting a Fall Social for current and future CSCE Younger Members at the Alvarium Beer Company on Thursday, November 16th. Come grab a drink and some FREE snacks with your peers as we celebrate what the YMG has accomplished in 2023 and what it has planned for 2024. Thank you to HNTB for sponsoring this event!

  • Save the Date! ASCE Younger Members Bar Crawl

    Save the date for our bar crawl! All are welcome! More details coming soon.

    When: January 6th, 2024 @ 5pm

    Where: Meet at Essenhaus, then bars around the Capitol/State St

    Theme: Tropical

  • 111623 CSCE YMG Fall Social at the Alvarium Beer Company

    The CSCE YMG is hosting a Fall Social for current and future CSCE Younger Members at the Alvarium Beer Company in New Britain, CT, on Thursday, November 16th. Come grab a drink and a bite to eat with your peers as we celebrate what the YMG has accomplished in 2023 and what it has planned for 2024. Thank you to HNTB for sponsoring this event! Please register at the link below to help us keep a headcount.

  • Early Registration ends tomorrow for CSCE Dinner Meeting on 11/14

    Early registration rates end tomorrow for CSCE's upcoming dinner meeting at the University of New Haven when Andy Foden, Ph.D., P.E., and Jordy Eduardo Padilla-Solis, P.E., of HNTB will give a presentation on Ultra High Performance Concrete (UHPC) for Bridge Deck Rehabilitation. This meeting is co-sponsored by the CT Chapter of T&DI - Transportation & Development Institute and the ASCE Student Chapter at the University of New Haven and people may earn 1 NYS PDH.
  • 120423 CSCE Ethics Webinar (Earn 1 NYS PDH)

    Please join CSCE for a webinar on ethics at 12 p.m. Noon on December 4, 2023, that will feature a presentation by Frederick Hedberg, partner at Robinson+Cole. Attendees can earn 1 NYS PDH at this event.

    Frederick E. Hedberg is a member of the Construction Law Group at Robinson+Cole, with more than 20 years of experience handling complex construction and commercial matters for his clients, both as a transactional attorney and as an experienced litigator. In addition to his legal experience, prior to becoming an attorney, Fred practiced as a licensed civil and structural engineer for over 10 years, thereby gaining an in-depth knowledge and understanding of all phases of a construction project. 

  • 111423 CSCE Dinner Meeting at UNH

    Please join CSCE at our monthly meeting at the University of New Haven on November 14, 2023. At this meeting, Andrew Foden Ph.D., P.E., and Jordy Padilla, P.E., of HNTB will give a presentation on Ultra High Performance Concrete (UHPC) for Bridge Deck Rehabilitation. This meeting is co-sponsored by the CT Chapter of the ASCE Transportation & Development Institute and the ASCE Student Chapter at the University of New Haven.

    UHPC has been used for the last few decades mainly as a joint fill material to connect prefabricated concrete elements, particularly  for precast deck panels. However, not every structure needs a full deck replacement. This one-hour presentation offers 1 NYS PDH and will provide an overview of the state-of-the-art for the design, constructability, and feasibility of using UHPC for bridge deck overlays. Case studies, most notably the Delaware Memorial Bridge (Twin Suspension Bridge) will be discussed throughout the presentation. 

  • Support Gonzaga Concrete Canoe, Panda Express Fundraiser Friday 11/3/2023

    Help ASCE raise funds to support the  concrete Canoe Competition and professional development events!

    28% of sales will be donated to Gonzaga ASCE Student Chapter

    Place your order for pickup or delivery on Friday, November 03!

    Online orders only

    Apply code 918764 in the Fundraiser Code box during online checkout at www.pandaexpress.com or via App

    Available at Panda Express locations
    nationwide www.pandaexpress.com

  • 121223 CSCE Dinner Meeting at CT State Community College - Three Rivers

    Please join CSCE at our monthly meeting at CT State Community College - Three Rivers on December 12, 2023. At this meeting, Ryan Benoit, P.E., of Tighe & Bond will give a presentation on the Wastewater Pumping Stations Rehabilitation Project in Stratford, CT, which was the winner of the 2023 ACE Award for Wastewater Infrastructure. This meeting is co-sponsored by the CT Chapter of the ASCE Environmental & Water Resources Institute and CT State Community College - Three Rivers. Attendees may earn 1 NYS PDH at this event.

    Tighe & Bond provided design and construction phase services to rehabilitate and upgrade five pump stations in Stratford, Connecticut. The five major wastewater pumping stations across the Town of Stratford underwent rehabilitation, equipment replacement, and resiliency upgrades. Rehabilitation and equipment replacement efforts at each of the pump stations included new process, structural, architectural, plumbing, HVAC, and electrical components. For flood resiliency, each of the pump stations were designed and constructed to remain operational and protected during a 100-year plus 3-foot elevation flood event.

    The Stratford Wastewater Pump Station project prioritized cost-effective capital improvements to harden wastewater infrastructure against storm events. Tighe & Bond, the Town of Stratford and their project partners upgraded five critical pump stations in flood prone areas to improve resiliency, ventilation, and odor control. The project team gained public support and unprecedented project funding from state agencies, cutting costs for the municipality.

  • 110123 CT Association of Floodplain Managers - 10th Annual Conference

    The Connecticut Association of Flood Managers (CAFM) is excited to partner with CSCE in holding its 10th Annual Conference and meeting on November 1, 2023, at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport.  Registration for attendees and vendors is available now, along with sponsorship information, at https://ctfloods.org/events/.  The program is available at this link. Five (5) NYS PDHs for NY Professional Engineers are available!  Speakers from CIRCA, DEMHS, DEEP, USGS, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the consulting community are confirmed relative to various topics affecting stormwater and floodplain management.  In addition, a brief training on the new FEMA Elevation Certificate is planned.  As always, attendance at the annual conference will grant CAFM membership for the following year!

  • 111423 CSCE Dinner Meeting on Ultra High Performance Concrete for Bridge Deck Rehabilitation

    Please join CSCE at our monthly meeting at the University of New Haven on November 14, 2023. At this meeting, Andrew Foden Ph.D., P.E., and Jordy Padilla, P.E., of HNTB will give a presentation on Ultra High Performance Concrete (UHPC) for Bridge Deck Rehabilitation. This meeting is co-sponsored by the CT Chapter of the ASCE Transportation & Development Institute and the ASCE Student Chapter at the University of New Haven.

    UHPC has been used for the last few decades mainly as a joint fill material to connect prefabricated concrete elements, particularly  for precast deck panels. However, not every structure needs a full deck replacement. This one-hour presentation offers 1 NYS PDH and will provide an overview of the state-of-the-art for the design, constructability, and feasibility of using UHPC for bridge deck overlays. Case studies, most notably the Delaware Memorial Bridge (Twin Suspension Bridge) will be discussed throughout the presentation. 

  • 103023 CSCE Webinar - Underground Mines - Earn 1 NYS PDH

    Please join CSCE at a webinar at 12 p.m. Noon EST on Monday, October 30, 2023. At this webinar, Abdolreza (Reza) Osouli, Ph.D., P.E., of Marino Engineering Associates, Inc., will give a presentation on, What Structural Engineers Should Know About Building Above Underground Mines. Attendees may earn 1 NYS PDH at this event.

    Mine subsidence engineering is a multi-discipline field in engineering. This technical presentation will brief the audience on the fundamental elements of underground mining as it related to overlying construction. Building on these fundamental principles, various construction site-mining scenarios will be given. Then, a basic understanding of the various risk factors will be provided.

    The presentation will also cover how the engineer can approach mining related problems, and the associated pros and cons of the solutions. Cost-effective measures where subsidence mitigation is necessary will also be discussed. The talk will touch on all aspects of subsidence engineering providing case history examples for illustration and will be presented assuming the audience has limited experience in subsidence. The focus will be on mine subsidence conditions found in the Midwest.

  • Thursdays @ 3 - Improving Team Performance

    ASCE will bring together a panel of civil engineering leaders to share insights and answer questions on a variety of topics. Every Third Thursday at 3 p.m. EDT, ASCE will host a virtual roundtable on a new topic.

    On October 26th, we’ll discuss “Improving Team Performance.” Bring your questions. Get to know each other. Share your expertise.

  • October 24 - 10 a.m. - FREE Webinar - Federal-aid Highway Program Overview in Connecticut

    Please join CSCE at 10 a.m. on October 24, 2023, for a FREE webinar featuring an overview of the Federal-aid Highway Program in Connecticut by David Nardone, the Engineering Team Leader of the Federal Highway Administration office in Hartford. In his presentation, the following topics will be covered:

    • Who is the Federal Highway Administration?
    • What is the Federal-aid Highway Program?
    • What do we do to improve transportation in the State of Connecticut?
    • How do we do it?
    • What are the recent results of projects we have funded?
    • How does the Engineering field help the Federal Highway Administration carry out it’s mission?

    About the Speaker:

    David Nardone, earned a B.S. in Physics from SUNY Oneonta and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He has worked for the Federal Highway Administration since 2007.

  • 121223 CSCE Meeting at TRCC

    CSCE hopes you can join us at the Three Rivers - CT State Community College on December 12th for a dinner meeting featuring a presentation by Ryan Benoit, PE of Tighe & Bond on the Rehabilitation of Six Wastewater Pumping Stations in Stratford, CT. Registration will be available on www.csce.org soon.
  • T&DI Younger Member Committee Webinar - How to Get the Most Out of Your ASCE Membership - Nov 9

    T&DI Younger Member Webinar
    How to Get the Most Out of Your ASCE Membership
    Thursday, November 9, 2023 | 4 PM - 5 PM EST

    Presented by the T&DI Younger Member Committee
    Featuring Marlo Sneddon, Senior Program Manager, Education, ASCE
    Brief description of the event with a photo of presenter Marlo Sneddon

    Did you know that as an ASCE member, you may choose up to 10 out of 200+ on-demand webinars? It’s FREE—just for being a professional ASCE member! Additionally, members are also able to enjoy the benefits of AccessEngineering. With AccessEngineering, you’ll be able to search the latest editions of hundreds of expert references and key textbooks while accelerating problem-solving with analytical learning tools. Join us for this webinar to learn about these valuable resources included with your membership!


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    #Virtual Events
    #asce
    #webinars
    #Membership
    #YoungerMembers
    #TransportationDevelopment(TDI)
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  • New Mexico Section Event Series! Virtual Roundtable Career Discussions

    The New Mexico Section is excited to introduce a new statewide initiative for our Younger members.

    The Early Professionals Roadmap Exchange will be an open dialogue and knowledge-sharing event series centered around supporting career development.

    Let us know if you are interested in joining by completing a quick survey. 

    Event Series Interest Survey

  • October 11 & 19 YMG Resume Reviews (Volunteers Needed)

    Thank you to all the volunteers from the CSCE YMG's resume review. Resume reviews are a great way for engineering professionals to connect with college students who are majoring in civil engineering. Volunteers are needed to help review resumes and share insight about the job market. If you have time to help on Wednesday the 11th at the University of Hartford or on Thursday the 19th at Central Connecticut State University, please email CSCE YMG President Tom Wamser.
  • Early Registration Ends on Wednesday for October 18th CSCE Meeting

    101823 CSCE Meeting Flyer
    Early registration ends on Wed., 10/11, for next week's CSCE Dinner Meeting at Quinnipiac University. Register today to save your spot!
  • 2023-2024 President Elect Ballot (Vote Today!)

    Please review the bio provided and participate in the following poll to cast your vote for President Elect.  Your participation is appreciated.

    Dan Turner's Bio:

    My name is Daniel Turner, P.E. and I am the Principal and Director of IMPACT Engineering and Investigation.  I have performed engineering design and analysis for seventeen years in Energy, Shipbuilding, and Civil Engineering.   My educational background includes a Master of Civil Engineering degree from the University of Houston and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Gonzaga University and I am licensed in multiple states as a Professional Engineer and Naval Architect.  My engineering specialty is in structural analysis using advanced analytical methods.  Away from work, I enjoy hiking (I hiked the Appalachian Trail this last year) and outdoors sports as well as traveling.

    Cast your vote here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8ZHBNS7

  • Early Registration Ends on October 11th for Dinner Meeting at Quinnipiac University

    101823 CSCE Meeting Flyer
    Register for this meeting by October 11th to reserve your spot!
  • October 2023 Resume Reviews

    October 2023 Resume Reviews
    These Resume Reviews are good ways for young engineering professionals to share insights about writing a resume, information about their companies and any future job openings with college students. If you would like to help out at one of these resume reviews, please send an email to CSCE YMG President Tom Wamser at
    [email protected].
  • 111423 CSCE Dinner Meeting at UNH

    111423 CSCE Monthly Dinner Meeting Flyer

    Please join CSCE at our monthly meeting at the University of New Haven on November 14, 2023. At this meeting, Andrew Foden Ph.D., P.E., and Jordy Padilla, P.E., of HNTB will give a presentation on Ultra High Performance Concrete (UHPC) for Bridge Deck Rehabilitation. This meeting is co-sponsored by the CT Chapter of the ASCE Transportation & Development Institute and the ASCE Student Chapter at the University of New Haven.

    UHPC has been used for the last few decades mainly as a joint fill material to connect prefabricated concrete elements, particularly  for precast deck panels. However, not every structure needs a full deck replacement. This one-hour presentation offers 1 NYS PDH and will provide an overview of the state-of-the-art for the design, constructability, and feasibility of using UHPC for bridge deck overlays. Case studies, most notably the Delaware Memorial Bridge (Twin Suspension Bridge) will be discussed throughout the presentation. 

  • 101823 CSCE Dinner Meeting at Quinnipiac University

    101823 CSCE Dinner Meeting Flyer

    Please join CSCE at our monthly meeting at Quinnipiac University, on Wednesday, October 18, 2023. At this meeting, David Jacobs, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor at the University of Hartford and 2019 Benjamin Wright Award Winner, will give a presentation on the Challenges for Achieving High Speed Rail in the United States. This meeting is co-sponsored by the CT Chapter of the ASCE Construction Institute and the ASCE Student Chapter at Quinnipiac University.

    We’ve all heard of the famous bullet trains in Japan, and the reliable, luxurious high speed passenger trains in China and Western Europe. So, naturally we in the United States wonder, and always ask: Why can’t our country have high speed train service like that? That is a legitimate question! At this meeting, David Jacobs will explore the financial, political, social, historical, technical, and other challenges with achieving high speed rail in our country.

    Attendees may earn 1 New York State Professional Development Hour (NYS PDH) at this event.

  • Check out Upcoming Events!

    Check out collaborate.asce.org for events for the Inland Empire Section.

    RSVP online for the 10/10/2023 tour and lunch and other events for the Inland Empire Section.

    Contact [email protected] for other questions and comments.

  • Student Scholarship Essays Due November 30, 2023

    Scholarship Opportunity (2023- 2024 School Year)

    The Inland Empire chapter of ASCE is pleased to announce its 2023/2024 scholarship application!

    This year’s scholarship essay prompt is:
    How do you see climate change affecting your civil engineering career?

    Essays should be one single page, no smaller than 10-point font, and include the full name, email address, phone number, school, and class status (Senior, Junior, etc.) of the applicant on the document.  Essays will be reviewed by the ASCE Technical Education Committee based on
    creative approach, incorporation of engineering principles, and clarity of expression.  

    Two scholarships being offered

    • First place: $2,000
    • Runner up: $1,000

    One first place and one runner up scholarship will be selected from the pool of applicants from Gonzaga, University of Idaho, and Washington State University.

    Please email essays no later than November 30, 2023, to:

    Scholarship recipients will be invited to the annual winter ASCE banquet in Spokane to receive recognition for their award.

  • 102023 CSCE Structural Engineering Seminar

    102023 CSCE Structural Engineering Seminar
    There is still room at this seminar at the MDC Operations Facility & Training Center in Hartford, CT, where attendees will learn about Structural Inspection & Rehabilitation while earning 6 NYS PDHs.
  • 092223 2nd Annual GEO-CT Conference

    There is just 1 week to go until the 2023 GEO-CT Conference kicks off on September 22, 2023, and there are a few spots left. This year, the conference's presentations will cover aspects of geotechnics in transportation, applications of innovative technologies, and case studies and will feature presentations by:

    Silas Nichols, P.E., of the Federal Highway Administration
    Archie Filshill Ph.D. ENV SP of Aero Aggregates of North America
    Brendan Fitzpatrick, P.E., of DuroTerra
    Anahita Modiriasari, Ph.D. of WSP USA
    Benjamin Rivers, P.E., of the Federal Highway Administration
    Joseph Juzwin, PE, of HNTB
    Joseph Zwetchkenbaum, P.E., ENV SP, of HNTB
    Ryan Kalleberg, P.E. DBIA, of Metropolitan Transportation Authority
    Ziad AlAawar, Ph.D., P.E., of WSP USA
    Mangtao (Monty) Du, P.E., of WSP USA
    Kirk Roberts of CJGeo
    Brian Bucek, P.E., of CJGeo

    Seven (7) New York State PDHs will be offered at this conference. The CT Valley Chapter hopes that you will be able to join us at the 2023 GEO-CT Conference and help make this year's event a success!
  • 092623 CSCE Dinner Meeting at UConn Featuring CTDOT Commissioner Eucalitto

    Please join CSCE at this monthly meeting at the Graduate Hotel at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, to hear CTDOT Commissioner Garrett Eucalitto give a presentation on the latest activities of the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT). Please register by Tuesday, 9/19, to guarantee your spot.
  • 091923 CSCE YMG Resume Review at UConn

    More volunteers are needed to help review students' resumes on September 19th at UConn. If you can help, please send an email to [email protected] or [email protected].
  • New Mexico Northern Branch: Participate in Upcoming Events Survey

    Hello NM Northern Branch members, we would like to request your input on upcoming events. 

    Please take a moment to complete a survey on which events you would like to attend in the upcoming months - 

    Participate in Upcoming Events Survey

    Here is a quick preview into what we are planning in the coming months

    • Lunch and learn events
    • Social events including bowling, escape room
    • Professional headshot photo session to assist in elevating your professional image

    The survey deadline is October 1st.

    Thank you!

  • 2024 Awards Nominations Due 11/15/2023

    Please support our Section by nominating a deserving Inland Empire Section member for the 2024 Distinguished Career Award or 2024 Engineer of Merit Award.

    A short paragraph describing the specific contributions of the member would be greatly appreciated.

    Please send your nomination to Ethan Donahue at [email protected] by November 15th 2023.

  • Next TechEd Seminar Planned for April 2024

    The Fall 2023 TechEd seminar has been reschedule for April 2024.  Additional information will be sent when available.

  • FY 2024 Membership Rates for Inland Empire Section

    Section Members,

    Starting January 1, 2024, the Inland Empire Section Rates will be updated to the following:

    • $30/year for membership ($2.50/month)
    • $5/year for students ($0.50/month)
    • $12/year for voluntary ($1.00/month)
    • $0/year for Life Members (Free!)

    ASCE National is offering the option for membership to be paid lump sum or by monthly payment.  ASCE prorates new and reinstated members that join after January 31 to ensure they only pay for service received (renewing members pay full price). New or reinstated members who join after January 31 will pay the prorated fee, which will calculate to 1/12th of the dues price times the number of remaining months in the year. If the dues price is $30/year, a member who joins in February will pay $27.50 for the rest of the year.

    Please visit www.asce.org for additional information for renewing your membership for 2024.

  • YMF Events and Instagram Page

    Follow events and updates for our YMF group

    https://instagram.com/asce_ie_ymf?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

  • Transition to Thrive (ASCE Collaborate)

    ASCE IE Section Members:

    We are transitioning from Constant Contact to Thrive for Section Newsletters and Notices. Starting August, 2023, we will stop using Constant Contact for newsletters and announcements. The [email protected] email will still be current for contacting members of the Board. We will continue posting event information to our section website at https://sections.asce.org/inlandempire/.

    Thrive is part of the ASCE Collaborate online website and will use your email registered with ASCE National for future announcements and event notifications. You can access the ASCE Collaborate website at https://collaborate.asce.org/home using your ASCE membership credentials. We encourage all members to log on to ASCE Collaborate, update your profile pictures, and check that all your contact information is correct.

  • CSCE Continuing Education Committee Volunteer Request

    Do you have Ideas for continuing education events for civil engineers in CT? CSCE currently offers 3 full-day professional development events annually, but more could be planned! If you would be interested in helping out with this committee, please send an email to [email protected].
  • CSCE History & Heritage Committee Volunteer Request

    Do you enjoy historical aspects of civil engineering in CT? If so, you could be a good candidate to help manage CSCE's History & Heritage Committee. Please email [email protected] if you would like to help out with this committee.
  • CSCE Programs Committee Volunteer Request

    Volunteer Request for CSCE Programs Committee
    Do you enjoy planning office parties & events? Do you have ideas for topics, menus or venues for CSCE’s monthly meetings? If so, you could be a good fit for CSCE's Programs Committee! Please email [email protected] if you would like to join this committee.
  • 102023 Structural Engineering Seminar

    Please join CSCE at our Structural Engineering Seminar at the MDC Operations Facility & Training Center, Hartford, CT. More information about the presentations can be found on www.csce.org. Thank you to GM2 for sponsoring this seminar! Five sponsorships are still available. Early registration is open until September 20th.
  • 092223 GEO-CT Conference in Rocky HIll, CT

    Please join the CT Valley Chapter of the ASCE Geo-Institute at our 2nd Annual GEO-CT Geotechnical Conference at the Sheraton Hartford South in Rocky Hill, CT, on Friday, September 22, 2023.  This year, the conference's presentations will cover aspects of geotechnics in transportation, applications of innovative technologies, and case studies. Attendees can earn 7 New York State PDHs at this conference.

  • 092623 CSCE Monthly Dinner Meeting at UConn

    092623 CSCE Monthly Dinner Meeting Featuring CTDOT Commissioner Eucalitto
    Please join CSCE at our monthly meeting at the Graduate Hotel at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, on Tuesday, September 26, 2023. At this meeting, CTDOT Commissioner Garrett Eucalitto will give a presentation on the latest activities of the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT). 
  • Successful Resume Review at UNH on 8/29/23

    The CSCE Younger Member Group (YMG) held a resume review at the University of New Haven on August 29th. Thanks to Alex Ciccone, P.E.Steven FraysierMichael NeumannJon Bossi, PESanjeev Mohan Sri Balasu, P.E.Ariana Antonucci, and Kate Martins of Garg Consulting Services, Inc. for helping to make the evening a success! More resume reviews are planned for 2023-24. If you are interested in helping out with those events, please send an email to [email protected].

  • 091023 YMG Trail Workday

    If you can volunteer on the 10th, please send an email to [email protected] or [email protected].
  • August 29 YMG Resume Review at UNH

    Please send an email to [email protected] or [email protected] if you can help out at this event.
  • Lookout for Emails

    Please reach out to Meghan Franco ([email protected]) if you are NOT receiving emails from Higher Logic. 

    Add [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected] as safe senders for future emails. 

  • Upcoming Changes: Newsletters and Event Registration

    Please be patient as we transition to new platforms for Event Registration (through Collaborate/Thrive) and Newsletters (through Higher Logic). Be on the lookout for Midlands Branch emails starting September 2023 (including your junk folder). 

    The first official meeting will be at the ASCE SC Section Fall 2023 Conference September 22, 2023. The Midlands Branch Monthly Meetings will resume in October 2023 and registration will be through Collaborate/Thrive.

    If you have any questions, please reach out to Meghan Franco at [email protected]