Few sections within ASCE offer the breadth of services that the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section/ASCE provide. With over 3,200 members across the Commonwealth, BSCES has a total of nine technical groups and institute chapters, over a dozen committees, and ten student chapters.
Our efforts have been recognized nationally.
If you and your colleagues are not actively involved with BSCES, you are missing out on some great opportunities.
For more information please contact BSCES President, Ronald Burns, or Executive Director, Rich Keenan.
Since I moved to Boston, I have found it highly valuable and in fact unique nationally to have such strong regional relations between industry, government, and academia to help drive our profession forward. Over the last several years, a lot of this success has been due to the efforts of BSCES.
Jerome F. Hajjar, Ph.D., P.E.
CDM Smith Professor and Department Chair
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Join a Technical Group Committee
BSCES has numerous Technical Groups who plan and execute over 30 industry events during the year. Each Technical Group has a dedicated committee who volunteers their time and efforts to accomplish the Group’s goals and objectives. Learn more about the BSCES Technical Groups here.
Join an Operations Committee
BSCES has a variety of Operations Committees that provide specialized services and focus on operational matters that are critical to the success of BSCES. These Society undertakings include government affairs, professional practice, membership, publications, public awareness, and outreach. Learn more about BSCES Operations Committees here.
Write an Article
BSCES members produce the highly regarded newsletter, BSCESNews, and the peer reviewed Civil Engineering Practice journal. Learn how you can become a contributor to the journal here, and learn how to submit a paper for the BSCESNews here.
Become an Advocate
BSCES enables its members to become advocates for their profession in matters related to professional practice and the condition of our Commonwealth’s infrastructure. Learn how you can join the discussion and have an impact on the important matters impacting the civil engineering profession by contacting the current chair of the Government Affairs & Professional Practice Committee here.
Spread the Word
BSCES members are actively engaged in efforts to educate students and the public about the importance of civil engineers and the projects we undertake. Producing the cable TV show Civil Engineering Today, hosting annual student contests, conducting tours and making classroom presentations for the benefit of K-12 students are some of the public awareness and outreach activities in which BSCES members are currently engaged. Learn how you can help shape the public perception of your profession here.
Important: To be recognized as a BSCES member you must login using your BSCES assigned username and password.
Please note: BSCES membership is handled through ASCE but your BSCES log in information is different than your ASCE log in information. To update your contact information, please visit their Manage Your Account page.
If you have issues logging in or have additional questions regarding registration, please contact us at 617/227-5551 or email@example.com.
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