We are pleased to announce that this year's ASCE Fall Conference will be held on October 26, 2017, in Charlotte, North Carolina, at UNC Charlotte's Center City Campus.
When: Thursday, October 26, 2017, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM EDT
Where: UNCC Center City Campus at 320 East 9th Street, Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
The conference will offer several technical tracks including presentations related to Transportation, Geotechnical, Structural, Water Resources, Engineering Management and Construction Materials. Some of our topics include:
- Climate Change and Resiliency Planning
- Geochemical Testing & Modeling for Closure of Coal Combustion Residual Impoundments
- KPMG 2017 Global Construction Survey
- Threats to Professional Licensure
- History and Repair of Buffalos's Sinkhole in Hickory, NC
- Technical Tour: CATS Blue Line Extension
This year our Technical Tour will be of the Charlotte Authority Transit Systems (CATS) Blue Line Extension (BLE) of the light rail service currently under construction. This 9.3-mile alignment extends from 7th Street Station in Center City through the NoDA (North Davidson) and University areas ending on UNC Charlotte's Campus.
View the Schedule (Updated 2017-10-25)
There are a limited number of slots available for the CATS Blue Line Extension Tour and has an additional fee of $15. The tour will run from 8AM to 10AM prior to the start of the Conference on October 26, 2017. Please be sure to include the optional tour in your registration signup in order to secure your spot. Students will have the option of signing up for the bus tour only if you are unable to attend the rest of the conference; but, you must sign up and show up!
A sponsorship at the Annual Meeting is a great way to get your company in front of future engineering clients and decision-makers. Sponsorship will include 5 registrations, company logo included on the agenda, and mention during our lunch program. Please contact Mr. David Harris for any additional questions.
Keep an eye out for additional information on parking and technical agenda. We hope to see you in Charlotte this year for a great Fall Conference!