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ASCE-NC members come from all disciplines of civil engineering, from all types of backgrounds, and from all corners of this great state. With benefits geared to meet the high standards of the profession and keep you on the cutting edge of industry technology, you'll always have a home at ASCE-NC.
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This year's ASCE NC Spring Technical Seminar will be held on Friday, April 26th, 2013 at the North Carolina State University McKimmon Center in Raleigh, NC. Attendees will be eligible for up to 6 PDH's. Six discipline tracks will be available: Geotechnical, Water Resources, Structural, Construction Materials, Engineering Management, and Transportation. Members - $100.00Non-members - $115.00Life Members - $35.00Students - $20.00Lunch will be included. Please see our event website for more information and to register for the event.
There are still speaking opportunities available for those interested. Please contact Nikki Honeycutt (
The American Society of Civil Engineers and its members are committed to protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the public, and as such, are equally committed to improving the nation’s public infrastructure. To achieve that goal, the Report Card depicts the condition and performance of the nation’s infrastructure in the familiar form of a school report card—assigning letter grades that are based on physical condition and needed fiscal investments for improvement.
Every four years, ASCE issues the Report Card which evaluates conditions and investment needs for major sectors of infrastructure — including roads, bridges, drinking water systems, ports, mass transit, and the electric grid. This year’s Report Card covers 16 infrastructure categories, and it’s being released as a digital application (or “app”) that includes videos, interactive maps, and other multimedia tools. For the first time, the 2013 Report Card provides information for all 50 states, including examples of initiatives and innovations that are making a difference. For example, Oklahoma created a plan to replace or rehabilitate over 950 structurally deficient bridges between 2013 and 2020. Philadelphia implemented a program to improve resiliency and address combined sewer overflows using green infrastructure, capable of capturing water from all but the most severe storms.Be the first to get the new Report Card at www.infrastructurereportcard.org, and just as importantly, share the grades in your social and professional networks via Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter! We hope everyone will be able to use this great product to get even more people involved in the conversation around our nation’s infrastructure.
Coming Soon...North Carolina State Report Card.
The annual ASCE Legislative Reception will be held on Wednesday, March 20th, from 6 to 8pm at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh. This event offers an opportunity for interaction between engineering industry representative and our local legislators. The event is open to all ASCE members. In addition, local engineering companies, municipalities, universities, or government entities will be showcasing projects they have completed in the last 5 years in North Carolina. We hope to see you there!
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