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BSCES posts two different types of news; organization news, below, which includes the latest BSCES and ASCE announcements about program activities, undertakings, and member benefits, and industry news, which includes local and national occurrences impacting the civil engineering profession.
It is not news that our society is booming with technological advancements, and we are all constantly trying to keep up with emerging technologies. These advancements also apply to our engineering field.... Read More
As the gateway to one of the United States’ most important hubs of innovation and education, Boston’s Logan International Airport is one of the nation’s busiest and most critical airports. To ensure... Read More
Regardless of where you go in the Greater Boston Area, you are likely to see giant cranes, traffic cones and barriers, and workers in PPE on active projects for bridge reconstructions, roadway improvements,... Read More
Civil engineers from across the country visited Washington, DC during the first week of March and advocated for industry issues to lawmakers with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Phil... Read More
For over 30 years the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section/ASCE (BSCES) has called The Engineering Center at One Walnut Street in Boston home along with the American Council of Engineering Companies... Read More
BSCES has always considered public outreach and advocacy an important part of its mission. For many years, BSCES has had a legislative fellow program that provides for qualified BSCES members to serve... Read More
The Legislative Fellow is a BSCES member who serves as a technical resource for the Massachusetts State House. The Legislative Fellow works with the staff of the Joint Committee on Transportation on... Read More
The ASCE Environmental and Water Resources Institute’s (EWRI’s) mission is to “provide for the technical, educational, and professional needs of its members, and to serve the public in the use, conservation,... Read More
The article provides a quick summary of upcoming changes that are occurring in Massachusetts in relation to PFAS testing and remediation and potential water supply expansion in various communities. Read More
Late MIT professor Peter S. Eagleson (1928-2021) is widely recognized as one of the founders of modern hydrologic science. Eagleson is remembered for creating an enduring, interdisciplinary paradigm... Read More
Happy New Year to all! As we head into this new year BSCES leaders are looking to focus on supporting our local ASCE Student Chapters. Ten Massachusetts colleges and universities have one of these student... Read More
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