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
Join us for our final installment of our four-part �Lunch with a Leader� webinar series, featuring the perspectives of senior executives from leading local, national and international engineering firms. Read More
Join members of the Vineyard Wind project team to learn all about the Vineyard Wind project, the first commercial-scale offshore wind farm to be built in the United States. 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 Members. Read More
The worldwide COVID19 pandemic has sparked new interest in using wastewater as a means of population-level disease tracking. Advances in RNA detection now allow wastewater to be used as a snapshot of the health of a community. Read More
In this webinar, we will discuss the risks inherent to various types of adjacent construction activities and explore ways to evaluate, manage, and delegate the risks. Read More
This presentation discusses the principles of site-specific site response analyses and current developments impacting geotechnical earthquake engineering practice for all projects in seismically prone areas. Read More
Join us for a great night of virtual Catan! A $100 Amazon Gift Card will be awarded to the top player. Hosted by the Younger Member Groups of BSCES and SEAMASS, the tournament will be held via colonist.io. Read More
The use of Numerical Modeling Geotechnical Engineering practice is the process by which we construct a simplified mathematical reality from a more complex physical reality and use numerical methods (or tools) to study the performance of systems ... Read More
This 2.5-day, Instructor-led Training (ILT) is highly interactive and builds upon participants prior knowledge of bridge and/or tunnel inspection. Read More
We are at an exciting time in the design and construction profession. With computational design and automation, we provide more and better technical information for projects than ever before. Read More
What are the roots of our aesthetic enjoyment of bridges? This presentation answers that question by first looking at what are the roots of our aesthetic enjoyment of other art forms, like painting and sculpture. Read More
This first event of the DE&I Committee is intended to introduce members to the Committee�s proposed mission and to gather feedback as to what areas are of greatest priority to BSCES members and how they might be addressed. Read More
Facade assessments are necessary for building owners to understand the condition of the facade and determine whether repairs are needed... Read More
Owners of water and wastewater pipeline systems across the country have implemented asset management programs that include the inspection, analysis, and repair of large diameter transmission mains and pipelines on treatment plant sites. Read More
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