The Government Affairs & Professional Practice Committee serves as both a catalyst and facilitator in promoting civil engineering professional concerns related to local or national government affairs. The committee’s mission is to investigate, study, and make recommendations concerning Standards of Practice affecting a combination of professional ethics, legislation and interagency coordination in which the civil engineer has a particular interest. Read More
EWRI is honored to welcome CAPT Stover as the keynote speaker for the biennial Thomas R. Camp Lecture. CAPT Stover will present on some of the many water challenges facing indigenous communities in the United States and Canada. Read More
This lunch time webinar will include a discussion about the costal flood resilience design guidelines followed by a Q&A session. Read More
This presentation will provide an overview of the design and construction of the Samuel de Champlain Bridge in Montreal. Read More
Please join the Younger Member Group for the Annual Fall Leadership Student Caucus. This is a FREE virtual event that includes networking and interactive discussions amongst other ASCE Student Chapters and various engineering professionals. Read More
Please join us for an evening celebrating BSCES and the engineering profession. BSCES will recognize volunteer leaders, present annual awards, celebrate ASCE Life Members, and honor our newest Honorary Member. Read More
Please join us for a 90-minute virtual session where we invite a variety of panelists to answer your questions centered around the transition from school to industry. Read More
The goal of the workshop will be to provide best-of-industry guidance on the inspection and rehabilitation of waterfront infrastructure with a focus on understanding the basic modes of degradation of various materials in the marine environment. Read More
The major goals of this course are to refresh the skills of practicing bridge inspectors in fundamental visual inspection techniques; review the background knowledge necessary to understand how bridges function; communicate issues of national significance Read More
Please join the Boston Society of Civil Engineers (BSCES) Engineering Management Group for a webinar on IT Systems During COVID-19 on September 16, 2020 from 12-1:00pm EST. Read More
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