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Texas 2023 Legislative Drive-In

DoubleTree Austin by Hilton 303 W 15th St., Austin, TX, United States

The Texas Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is excited to announce the 2023 Legislative Drive-In, April 3-4 in Austin, Texas.  The Drive-In provides an opportunity for our members to participate in the public policy process through training sessions and coordinated outreach efforts. ATTENDEE BENEFITS: • ASCE’s Government Relations & Public Relations […]

$5 – $150

2023 ASCE Texas Camping Trip

Lake Whitney State Park 433 FM 1244,, Whitney

You are invited to join us at the Annual Texas Section Camping Trip at Lake Whitney State Park in Whitney, Texas on May 19 - 21, 2023! Attendees will camp, hike, network, share stories and learn about what other young civil engineering professionals are doing across the state of Texas. It’s going to be an exciting […]

Webinar: Are We Prepared Yet?

Description Complex problems are seldom solved overnight and often require multiple iterations to solve the problem in stages. This is especially evident in high consequence political situations. Avoiding difficult issues, like failing to invest in black start generation by hiding behind a claim that “we’re focused on fixing things, so we never get to that […]

Leadership Development Weekend 2023

Join us this summer for Leadership Development Weekend 2023, a two-day, invitation-only workshop. Select ASCE Branch and Section leaders are invited to join us in San Antonio this July! Interested in attending? Reach out to your Branch President today to get more information! Where: San Antonio, Texas When: July 21 - 23, 2023 Schedule Overview […]

Webinar: Concrete Cracks

Description This seminar will discuss the 23 different types of concrete cracks that can occur. We will look at the causes, prevention strategies and help the audience to better identify the cause of a concrete crack based on observation. We all know concrete is going to crack so this presentation will give insights into managing […]

Webinar: GHG Reduction Opportunities through Detection and Quantification of Belowground Natural Gas Pipeline Leaks

Description Natural gas leakage from underground infrastructure results in gas buildup and migration though soil and ultimately its release into the air or a substructure. To advance leak detection and quantification methods for underground leaks, there is a critical need to understand how environmental conditions affect the gas migration and how to factor this information […]