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Texas Infrastructure: Assessment of Flood Control & Dams
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When: Friday, July 27, 2018
12:00 PM
Where: Your Computer, Tablet, Phone, etc.
United States
Contact: Mike Sosa

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The Texas Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE Texas Section) has assessed Texas’ infrastructure since 2004. The 2017 Report Card for Texas Infrastructure was released in September 2017 and updated seven infrastructure categories: Aviation, Bridges, Dams, Drinking Water, Flood Control, Highways and Roads, and Wastewater. This fourth update gives Texas an overall average grade of C- with only Aviation and Bridges having a satisfactory grade of B- and B respectively. The remaining categories received D’s. The unsatisfactory grades in the Flood Control and Dam’s categories are heightened since Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category four hurricane near Rockport Texas on August 23, 2017. This presentation will review the assessment of these two categories and highlight the report findings. 



Griselda Gonzales PE, ENV SP

Griselda Gonzales, P.E., ENV SP is currently a Principal Engineer at the Goodman Corporation in Houston, Texas. Mrs. Gonzales is a graduate of The University of Texas at San Antonio. She has over 15 years of combined experience working for public and private sector clients in Austin, San Antonio and Houston. Mrs. Gonzales currently serves on the Texas Section Government Affairs Committee and has participated in the Legislative Drive-In to Austin and the Legislative Fly-In to Washington D.C. in 2017. Mrs. Gonzales has been a consistent servant of her community through volunteerism and board participation.


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