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Media Kit

TEXAS CIVIL ENGINEER

Online Platform | Readership

The Texas Civil Engineer (TCE) is ASCE Texas Section’s award-winning, free online membership publication reaching 10,000+ members. In 2019, the Texas Section transitioned the TCE from a print magazine to an innovative online news publication, complete with interactive advertisements, links, and archived content. Readers are now fully engaged in the stories that matter most to them through this online platform.

Awards

The Texas Civil Engineer is the six-time winner of ASCE’s Society “Newsletter Award.” It’s a forum for professional affairs, engineering news, and societal matters for ASCE Texas Section’s 15 Branches and 20 Student Chapters statewide.

Elevate Your Brand

Want to reach 10,000+ civil engineers? Take advantage of introductory advertising rates for the for the new online version of the Texas Civil Engineer!

Packages

 

Directory
$200/year
Include your company’s logo and website link among the top
engineering firms in Texas. Purchase a full year, get one month free!
Bronze
$200/month
Your advertisement will be included within all our internal webpages for maximum reach. Purchase a full year, get one month free!
Silver
$400/month
Bronze plus recognition in a member-wide email announcing the release of the Texas Civil Engineer monthly issue.
Gold
$800/month
Silver plus exclusive message provided to our members via email with the TCE monthly release notification. Limited to one advertiser per issue.
Platinum
$1,500/month
Gold plus 5-minute company spotlight during our monthly Technical Webinar (2nd Tuesday, noon CT). Limited to one advertiser per issue.

Submission | Payment

Advertisements and payments must be received by the 15th of each month for inclusion in the following month’s email newsletter. Please make checks payable to ASCE Texas Section. Mail payment to ASCE Texas Section, Attn: Texas Civil Engineer, 1524 S Interstate 35 Ste 180, Austin, TX 78704. Please note, if you are paying by check, your artwork/advertisement will not be displayed until payment is received.

Digital files are required. Contact Bailey Pattison to request file type and size specifications. Texas Civil Engineer is not responsible for ad creation unless otherwise specified at the time of order. Custom advertising design rates, including ad creation and existing ad alterations, are $80 per hour. If you need design and production assistance for creating or modifying your ad, contact [email protected].

2020 Editorial Calendar

JANUARY – How Has Technology Changed the Way We Design?

FEBRUARY – Impacts of Master Planned Communities Across Texas

MARCH – Legal Issues Pertaining to PEs

APRIL – The Importance of Production Rates and Impacts to Construction Schedules

MAY – Discussion on Recent Pedestrian Bridge Collapse in Florida

JUNE – Technology Improvements in Geotechnical Testing Methods

JULY – Civil Engineering History & Heritage

AUGUST – Water Quality Initiatives across the State

SEPTEMBER – TBD

OCTOBER – TBD

NOVEMBER – TBD

DECEMBER – TBD

Contract & Copy Regulations

  1. All ad space is contracted to be used within 12 months. Multiple-insertion contracts will be fulfilled in consecutive monthly releases unless notified in writing prior to space closing dates.
  2. Advertisers wishing to cancel advertising reservations must send ASCE Texas Section a written cancellation notice prior to space closing of the affected monthly release. Advertisers will be held liable for space cancelled after closing date. In addition, Advertisers failing to complete their contract will be short-rated.
  3. Advertisers are responsible for supplying acceptable advertising materials prior to material closing date. Costs incurred by ASCE Texas Section to obtain suitable materials will be passed on to the Advertiser.
  4. ASCE Texas Section reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertising that, in its opinion, does not conform to the standards of the Texas Civil Engineer.
  5. The Publisher shall not be liable if for any reason it becomes necessary to omit an advertisement.
  6. No contracts, advertisement orders, or copy changes will be accepted without written confirmation.
  7. ASCE Texas Section is not responsible for delays in delivery and/or non-delivery in the event of an act of God, fire, flood, earthquake, strikes, or other contingencies beyond the ASCE Texas Section’s control.
  8. ASCE Texas Section’s liability for any error will not exceed the cost of the advertisement in question.
  9. Advertising rates may change at the discretion of ASCE Texas Section. Existing multiple-insertion contracts will be honored until their expiration.
  10. All insertions must be paid in full in advance of production of the monthly release in which the advertisement is scheduled to appear.
  11. Advertiser is liable for payment of all advertising placed in Texas Civil Engineer online magazine. Non-payment by an Advertiser’s Agency or representative shall not release the Advertiser from payment of account. Payment by Advertiser to its Agency or representative does not constitute payment to Texas Civil Engineer unless monies are actually received by Texas Civil Engineer. If billing is directed to an Agency or representative’s address at Advertiser’s or Agency’s request, Advertiser is liable for the account regardless of whether or not the Advertiser is named on the bill in care of the Agency or representative.
  12. Texas Civil Engineer shall be entitled to attorney’s fees and costs in any action to enforce the provisions of their advertising contracts and rate cards.
  13. All advertisements are accepted and published by the ASCE Texas Section upon the representation that the Agency and Advertiser are authorized to publish the entire contents and subject matter thereof and lawfully offer for sale the product or products in the ad. In consideration of the ASCE Texas Section’s acceptance of such advertisements, the Advertiser and Agency assume responsibility for any and all claims arising therefrom and hold ASCE Texas Section and its contractors harmless from any and all liability whatsoever in connection with such claims. This includes any loss or expense on claims, including cost of litigation and without limitation reasonable attorney’s fees incurred in the defense thereof.