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October 27, 2017 Webinar - 2017 Texas Infrastructure Report Card Overview
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ASCE Texas Section’s Infrastructure Report Card Committee, made up of more than 20 dedicated civil engineers from across the state with decades of expertise in all categories, volunteers time to work with ASCE Texas Section leaders and staff to prepare the Infrastructure Report Card. The Infrastructure Report Card Committee assesses all relevant data and references, consults with other technical and industry experts, and assigns grades based on the data collected.

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When: Friday, October 27, 2017
12:00 PM
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Contact: Mike Sosa
512-910-2202


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ASCE Texas Section’s Infrastructure Report Card Committee, made up of more than 20 dedicated civil engineers from across the state with decades of expertise in all categories, volunteers time to work with ASCE Texas Section leaders and staff to prepare the Infrastructure Report Card. The Infrastructure Report Card Committee assesses all relevant data and references, consults with other technical and industry experts, and assigns grades based on the data collected. The following individuals are responsible for the successful completion of the Infrastructure Report Card through their leadership of the Committee and ASCE Texas Section:

 

TRAVIS N. ATTANASIO, P.E., M.ASCE, CITY OF HASLET

Fort Worth Branch

Mr. Attanasio is the ASCE Texas Section 2017 Vice President of Professional Affairs and, as such, oversees the Infrastructure Report Card Committee. He serves as City Engineer for the City of Haslet, Texas. Prior to joining the City of Haslet, Mr. Attanasio worked with several private development firms ranging in size from six to over 500 employees with projects across the entire State.  This atypical career path has led Mr. Attanasio to understand the infrastructure needs of Texas from both a private investment point of view to the demand of a public needs in differing regions and environments.

 

CRAIG B. THOMPSON, P.E., M.ASCE, HANSON PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Corpus Christi Branch

Mr. Thompson serves as the ASCE Texas Section 2017 President and oversees all activities of the Section.  Mr. Thompson has been involved in ASCE in various roles for almost 20 years. He serves as a Vice President / Principal with Hanson Professional Services in their Corpus Christi office.  Mr. Thompson holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University.

 

LAWRENCE D. GOLDBERG, P.E., M.ASCE, NEUVOKAS CORPORATION

Houston Branch

Lawrence (Larry) Goldberg, P.E. serves as the ASCE Texas Section 2017 President Elect. Mr. Goldberg also serves as Regional Sales Director for Neuvokas Corporation, bringing with him over 34 years of civil engineering experience. Mr. Goldberg holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University.

 

BRANDON KLENZENDORF, Ph.D, P.E., M.ASCE, CPESC, GEOSYNTEC CONSULTANTS

Austin Branch

Brandon Klenzendorf, P.E. serves as the ASCE Texas Section 2017 Austin Branch Section Director. Mr. Klenzendorf also serves as a Project Engineer for Geosyntec Consultants. In 2016, he was awarded Young Engineer of the Year by the Texas Society of Professional Engineers. Mr. Klenzendorf holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering, a M.S. in  Environmental & Water Resources Engineering, and a Ph.D in Civil Engineering all from the University of Texas at Austin.

 

ANDREW L. MELLEN, P.E., M.ASCE, MAVERICK ENGINEERING

West Texas Branch

Andrew Mellen, P.E. serves as the ASCE Texas Section 2017 Vice President Elect of Educational Affairs. Mr. Mellen also serves as Managing Partner for Maverick Engineering. Mr. Mellen holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from New Mexico State University.

 

SUSAN ROTH CONSULTING, LLC

 

Susan Roth Consulting specializes in developing regional water and wastewater facility master plans for communities, preparing water conservation and drought contingency plans, assisting with the CCN and wastewater discharge permit application process, preparing grant and funding applications for water and wastewater infrastructure, and facilitating group discussions. Susan Roth is currently serving as the primary consultant with developing the 2017 Infrastructure Report Card Update for the State of Texas. She previously developed the Infrastructure Report Card for 2012, including coordination with key agencies around the state to evaluate 13 primary categories. She is a Past-President of the ASCE Austin Branch and previously served as Vice-President of Education and Chair of the Honors and Awards Committee for ASCE Texas Section.

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