The world has changed but civil engineering work doesn't stop. Here are several ways to stay informed and stay connected.


Discuss with other members

  • Hey everyone! I've been able to get outside for hilly runs the past three days (5-6 miles) thanks to finally having some sunny and warm days (a rarity here in Pittsburgh!). Wish we were all together in STL, but looking forward to seeing everyone at upcoming ... More

  • Good morning everyone! Yesterday was a beautiful day in Charlotte, and instead of a run, I laced up my skates. I hope you're all able to get outside and get some fresh air today! ------------------------------ Cherylyn Henry, P.E., F.SEI, ... More

  • With travel patterns so unusual due to social distancing these days, the inability to collect traffic counts that reflect typical patterns is a real barrier to projects. A question that we have asked, along with many other transportation engineers, is: ... More

  • The weather wasn't all that cooperative yesterday afternoon, but I was able to take a 30 minute walk for some fresh air. This is a shot of Symphony Park, the summer home of the Charlotte Symphony.  ------------------------------ Cherylyn Henry, P.E., ... More

  • Hey all, I definitely missed seeing you all again. I have been taking the YMLS national events and SEI Structures Congress for granted until they were cancelled this year. Thank you Cherylyn Henry for organizing this virtual group. I just finished listening ... More

  • For better or worse, Personal Protective Equipment or PPE is currently a term and concept being accepted and implemented by the general public for medical purposes.  Many of us in the construction industry are very familiar with the term and recognize ... More

  • Posted in: Career By Design

    Hello ASCE friends,  With still so much uncertainty and chaos in the world right now, many like me are stressed and somewhat overwhelmed. To manage my stress, I have personally limited my news consumption while also actively seeking out funny content ... More

    1 person recommends this.

COVID-19 Industry Impact Survey

Industry insights based on an ASCE survey conducted during the following dates:

March 16 to March 18

Tap Access Engineering’s free guides

Need a resource you may have left on your work computer or reference shelf? Search the latest editions of hundreds of expert references and key textbooks while accelerating problem-solving with analytical learning tools in Access Engineering

Convenient live and on-demand webinars

We know travel is not an option right now. ASCE has upcoming live webinars and a variety of virtual learning options.

Begin an online mentoring relationship

ASCE Mentor Match enables mentors and mentees to get together for coaching sessions online, an ideal activity for professionals that can be done from almost anywhere.

Call for Engineering Action

These challenges are ideally suited for engineers, but the first step is bringing together people with great ideas.

Learn more

Stay up to date on developments