ASCE Texas Section’s Webinars are quality civil engineering continuing education sessions that you can access from the comfort of your office or home. Delivered by leading experts, these sessions will provide the latest information on a variety of technical subjects relevant to Texas Section members’ interests.
Please note, the Texas Board of Professional Engineers (TBPE) does not pre-qualify courses or presentations for Professional Development Hours (PDHs). Please refer to the TBPE rules to determine the adequacy of these continuing education sessions and requirements for keeping your records.
If you are a Life Member of the Texas Section, please email the Section Office to learn how you can watch our webinars for free!
ASCE Texas Section’s webinars are quality civil engineering continuing education sessions that you can access from the comfort of your office or home. Delivered by leading experts, they provide the latest information on a variety of subjects. The fees below are per person.
ASCE Texas Section Webinars are held at noon on the second Tuesday of every month unless otherwise noted. For any scheduling questions, please contact Texas Section VP for Technical Affairs, Andres Salazar.
Description The Texas General Land Office (GLO) primarily serves the schoolchildren, veterans, and the environment of Texas. Created by the Republic of Texas in 1836, the GLO is the oldest State of Texas agency. Today the GLO manages state lands, operates the Alamo, assists Texans recovering from natural disasters, helps fund Texas public education through […]
Description This webinar will address what owners and their teams need to understand about reality capture when requesting proposals from reality capture providers. It will go through the complete scope of reality capture topics, including premobilization, mobilization, field work, registration processing, delivery of point cloud data, and “Scan-to-BIM Modeling.” It will share lessons learned from […]
Description Numerous communities have older, highly developed areas built along streams, rivers and undersized storm drain systems where frequent flooding is a problem. Extensive buyouts to restore floodplain in these heavily developed areas are not a viable option, and neither are capital improvements to enlarge the system to convey the 100-year storm without flooding. This […]