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Save the Date >> CECON 2020 Virtual

Save the Date >> CECON 2020 Virtual

September 1, 2020

Recently, ASCE Texas Section announced that CECON 2020 is transforming into an all-virtual experience. We are now excited to announce the dates for CECON 2020 Virtual! Mark your calendar for November 4-6, 2020 and keep an eye on your email and the CECON website for the coming release of registration and the full program.

Join your colleagues as we Envision The Future at CECON 2020 Virtual. Within this virtual meeting space, you can expect a high-quality, engaging conference that combines recorded and live sessions, relationship building opportunities, and an exhibit hall, all with a goal of providing a meaningful experience. This easy-to-use, high-tech platform will offer attendees and supporters an interactive snapshot of the best in Texas civil engineering, while providing unique opportunities to learn and build relationships across the state and beyond, contributing to the industry’s technical diversity as never before. From planning and design, to management and implementation, it is vital for businesses and communities to develop engineers who rise above and reach further. Envisioning the future is key and the CECON 2020 Virtual program encourages this mindset in all engineers.

While we put the CECON quality and value you’ve come to rely on into a user-friendly online platform, we anticipate releasing the complete virtual event details to all ASCE Texas Section members soon. In the meantime, make plans to attend CECON 2020 Virtual, November 4-6. As it always has been, CECON 2020 will be a can’t-miss experience! 

Current registrants, speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors will receive additional communications soon. For urgent questions, please contact the ASCE Texas Section staff at [email protected].

Save the Date >> November 4-6

CECON 2020 Virtual Keynote Speakers

Adaptability and Resilience in Delivering and Managing Infrastructure Under COVID and Other Challenges

Marc D. Williams PE,
Deputy Executive Director
Texas Department of Transportation

The Role of AI in Tomorrow’s Organizations

Toby Cappello,
Vice President for Watson AI Expert & Delivery Services

Funding for Flood and Water Infrastructure Projects in Texas

Jeff Walker, Executive Administrator, and
Kathleen Jackson PE, Board Member
Texas Water Development Board