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
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
The presentation is based on Brenner�s engineering essays, published by ASCE Press (�Don�t Throw This Away!�, �Bridginess� and �Too Much Information�). The overall theme is about the intersection between Civil Engineering and real life. 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
Infrastructure is the way our roads are built and how they connect with one another. Its the buildings where we live and work, and provides a basis for personal security, public health, and it impacts the economic viability and competitiveness ... Read More
This third Program Committee-sponsored innovative technologies webinar examines how to leverage disruptive technologies to capture and communicate critical physical and digital information using tools like mixed reality, augmented reality and drones. Read More
Join BSCES YMG and T&DI for a virtual beer tasting and trivia night! We will be sampling a mixed 4-pack from Night Shift Brewing, followed by a Q&A led by a Night Shift Host. We then will be moving on to an hour of trivia! Read More
LIDAR applications with unmanned drones has seen increasing use in mapping and topographic data collection. With its growing acceptance, ensuring the collection of sufficiently accurate data demands the attention of the LIDAR data consumers. Read More
What you need to know to be a Port Engineer! This session is a pre-recorded condensed version of the course recently presented at the Ports 2019 Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. Read More
Starting on Tuesday, February 23rd, the BSCES Professional Engineers Refresher Course features 12 sessions covering all aspects of the Profesional Engineer State Exam Read More
This is the first in a series of BSCES Program Committee-sponsored webinars featuring the use of innovative technologies in engineering. The first programs in this series will feature unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and vehicles (UAV). Read More
Attend this presentation to hear more about the rationale supporting the decision, lessons learned, and what the Statute requires for design professional who process pay requisitions and change orders on behalf of their private clients. Read More
The Hub on Causeway is a 1.87 million square foot mixed-use development featuring three towers with retail, office, hotel, and residential uses. This presentation will focus on Phase Three (The Office Tower). 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
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