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2017 June TexASCE Advisor
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June 2017










Vote for your 2017-2018 Texas Section Officers!

All Subscribing Members of voting grade (Member, Associate, Fellow, Distinguished, President Emeritus) in good standing of the Texas Section are entitled to vote for one candidate for each office except Director at Large, which has two positions to fill.

Write-in candidates are acceptable.

You may vote online at 

https://texasce.site-ym.com/page/2017OfficialNominees

(log-in required), or mail your ballot to be found in the Summer issue of  Texas Civil Engineer Magazine (due in mailboxes mid-June). Mailed ballots must reach the Texas Section office no later than July 6, 2017 to be counted. Online voting will close at 11:59 PM CT on July 6, 2017. Vote only once by mail or electronically; duplicate ballots will not be counted.


ASCE 2017 Distinguished Chapter Award Goes to University of Texas at Austin Student Chapter

The University of Texas at Austin Student Chapter has been awarded the 2017 Distinguished Chapter Award for Region 6 by the ASCE Committee on Student Members. This award is made annually to the most outstanding student organization in the Region. The Chapter was recommended by the Committee on Student Members based on activities recorded in the Student Chapter's 2016 Annual Report. Congratulations!


Speakers for the 2017 Texas Civil Engineering Conference

 Be the first to know how Texas’ infrastructure ranks against the  nation’s  and  be a part of the conversation on how improve it. CECON 2017 will include the official release of the 2017 Report Card for Texas’ Infrastructure. Attend CECON 2017 to learn how we can improve our infrastructure through Resiliency in Engineering.  

The conference will also include three days of informative breakout sessions, discussion panels with industry leaders, a legislative reception, a technical tour and many opportunities for networking – all related to civil engineering and Resiliency in Engineering.  There will also be opportunities for fellow engineers to present ideas and topics through Lightning Round competitions and Poster Presentations.

The Texas Concrete Pipe Association (TCPA), will host a free welcome reception for attendees and their families at the Commemorative Air Force Central Texas Airplane Museum on Wednesday, September 20.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Stephen Costello PE,
City of Houston’s Chief Resilience Officer

Pete G. Perez PE, SES, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Southwest Division Director of Regional Business

Visit TexasCECON.org to see additional speakers and register - more coming soon!



LEARNING THROUGH ASCE

As a Texas Section member you have an opportunity to view ASCE's live and on-demand webinars at a discounted rate. Click the links below, sign in and use the Promo Code WEBTXSEC to secure your preferred rate.

ASCE’s live webinars provide cost-effective training for large and small groups. http://mylearning.asce.org/diweb/catalog/t/2125/c/79 (Live Webinars)

ASCE’s on-demand webinars provide real-world knowledge and convenient delivery to fit your demanding schedule.

http://mylearning.asce.org/diweb/catalog/t/2135/c/79 (On-Demand Webinars)


Career Center Job Opportunities

Bridge Designer, Haag Global, Sugar Land, Texas

Project Manager - Transportation Planning and Design, Pape-Dawson Engineers, San Antonio, Texas

Engineer- Transportation Engineering, Pape-Dawson Engineers, San Antonio, Texas

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Calendar of Events

June 9 - 11, 2017

Executive Committee Meeting and

Texas Section Leadership Development Weekend

Houston, Texas

 

June 13, 2017

Webinar: FRP Rebar?

July 11, 2017

Webinar: What are Cultural Resources and Why are They Important?

August 10, 2017

Webinar: Miles and Miles of Texas

September 20-22, 2017
Texas CECON
San Marcos, Texas

September 22-24, 2017

Texas Section Younger Member Camping Trip

Palmetto State Park, Gonzales, Texas

June Webinar: Fiber Reinforced Polymer Rebar?

June 13, 2017 | Noon - 1 PM CT | 1 PDH

This presentation will focus on what Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) is and why it is an innovation over traditional steel rebar.

At the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:

      Learn what Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) is and why it is an innovation over traditional steel rebar.

      Identify the environmental benefits achieved when using FRP reinforcements.

      Gain knowledge of concrete pavements designed with FRP rebar for development of sustainable infrastructure.

      Understand how using FRP rebar provides safer public facilities.

Learn more and register here.

July Webinar: Arrowheads, Cemeteries, Cute Buildings, and Dilapidated Barns: What Are Cultural Resources and Why Are They Important?

July 11, 2017 | Noon - 1 PM CT | 1 PDH

Since cultural resources laws and regulations began to appear in the 1960s, the numerous revisions, ways in which agencies have adopted procedures, and general litigation has further mystified how cultural resources are interpreted and how the regulatory process should be implemented. Compounding this problem is the fact that the vast majority of the public knows little about cultural resources and their potential significance to a given project, a company’s public relations, a Native American tribe, or the community at large. Through this presentation, Mr. Stone will provide project examples and current regulatory policies and procedures to provide a better understanding of what cultural resources are and how they can impact a project.

Register Here


Six Month ASCE Texas Webinar Subscription

Purchase a six month subscription to our live, monthly webinars. They usually take place on the second Tuesday of each month. Each webinar is worth one Professional Development Hour and is available for purchase individually for $35 for members, $75 for non-members. The subscription price is $150 for members and $250 for non-members. The subscription is July through December, if you sign up later than July, you will only view the remaining webinars through December 2017. Visit TexASCE.org to purchase your subscription.


2017 Younger Member Camping Trip

The weekend-long event will take place at Palmetto State Park, just 45 minutes away from San Marcos in Gonzalez, TX, from Friday, September 22nd to Sunday, September 24th, conveniently the same weekend after the conclusion of CECON. You do not have to attend CECON to join us for the YM event – although attendance at both is encouraged! Learn more and register here.


Staff Changes at the Section Office

The Section welcomes a new Data Coordinator, Mike Sosa. Prior to joining ASCE Texas Section, he spent time working as an executive assistant for companies located in Columbus, Ohio and San Diego, California. He is a 2010 graduate of the College of Business at Ohio University with a B.S. in Sport Administration. Before that, he was raised in sunny San Diego and spent the vast majority of his free time on a baseball field or at the beach.

Mike has recently relocated to the Austin area from Columbus, Ohio with his girlfriend, Keah, and their adorable year-old puppy, Nollie. Outside of work he enjoys finding new places around town to try unique craft beer, catching a baseball game on the weekend, exploring local parks with his dog, and spending time enjoying the beautiful nature that Austin has to offer.

He is looking forward to interacting with members of the Section and helping them benefit from the Section’s resources as much as possible.

After four years, Communications Manager Annemarie Gasser, is moving on from her position with the Texas Section. Annemarie has taken a position at Hi-Rise Balloons as a Marketing and Communications Manager. She will miss working with the Section Leadership, staff, and the Members. "I am utterly grateful for the knowledge and relationships I formed while serving the Section. Our members and leadership have shown me what it means to belong. Thank you ASCE Texas Section, I wish the best for the organization and the membership in the future." said Annemarie.

June 7 is her last day. The Section is looking to fill her position, contact Lindsay O'Leary if you know someone looking for a Communications position.

ASCE Texas Section
1524 S. Interstate 35, Suite 180
Austin, Texas 78704
512-472-8905

office@texasce.org
www.texasce.org





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