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Texas Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers Installs New Officers

Wednesday, October 8, 2014   (0 Comments)
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Texas Section
American Society of Civil Engineers
1524 S. IH-35, Suite 180, Austin, Texas 78704
Phone: 512-472-8905 E-mail: office@texasce.org    Website: www.texasce.org

   

NEWS RELEASE

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 8, 2012

 

Contact: Annemarie Gasser, Communications Manager, Texas Section-ASCE

Office: (512) 472-8905; agasser@texasce.org

 

Texas Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers

Installs New Officers

 

AUSTIN –The Texas Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) installed its new officers at its inaugural Texas Civil Engineering Conference (CECON) on September 17, 2014 in Galveston. These members were inducted by ASCE President-elect Robert D. Stevens PhD, PE, AICP, F. ASCE. These officers joined the ASCE Texas Section Board of Direction for the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

 

The new officers include:

 

Curtis B. Beitel PE, CFM, ENV SP (Fort Worth) – President

Audra N. Morse PhD, PE (Lubbock) – President Elect

Lawrence D. Goldberg PE (Houston) – Vice President-Educational

Brian D. Bresler PE (Corpus Christi) – Vice President-Educational Elect

Roman D. Grijalva PE (Austin) – Vice President-Professional

M. Isabel Vasquez PE (El Paso) – Vice President-Professional Elect

Peter E. Falletta PE (Houston) – Vice President-Technical

Edward M. Penton PE (Dallas) – Vice President-Technical Elect

Curtis R. Steger PE (Georgetown) – Treasurer

Christina L. Hickey PE (McAllen) – Senior Director at Large

Brad M. Hernandez PE (Dallas) – Second Year Director at Large

Melanie D. Gavlik PE (Corpus Christi) – First Year Director at Large

John A. Tyler PE (San Antonio) – First Year Director at Large

 

“We are pleased these outstanding volunteers were elected to join the Texas Section’s Board of Direction and advance the mission and goals of this organization,” says Texas Section-ASCE Executive Director Crespin Guzman PE. “Their dedication to the Texas Section and the civil engineering profession is exemplary.”

 

ASCE Texas Section is one of the largest and most active sections of the American Society of Civil Engineers with over 9,000 members. Established in 1913, the Texas Section is headquartered in Austin, comprises 15 Branches throughout Texas and 17 student chapters at the state’s leading universities and is committed to promoting, encouraging and recognizing civil engineering excellence and professional growth.

 

 

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