The American Society of Civil Engineers is the professional society for the designers and builders of society's infrastructure, devoted to the protection of the public's health, safety and welfare, and instrumental in shaping a sustainable world.
“ASCE: The Voice of the Civil Engineering Profession” won a 2014 Silver Telly Award in the Online Video Editing category and a 2014 Bronze Telly Award in the Web Video category. The Telly Awards honors groundbreaking online videos and other outstanding film and video content.
ASCE's Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement annually honors a project that illustrates superior civil engineering skills and represents a significant contribution to civil engineering progress and society. Learn more about the award and nominate a project here: http://www.asce.org/templates/award-detail.aspx?id=6329
ASCE’s New Faces of Civil Engineering recognition programs highlight the next generation of civil engineering leaders. By showcasing young, diverse, talented engineers the program demonstrates that engineering is an exciting profession open to everyone. Ten honorees are selected by ASCE in each of 2 divisions: collegiate and professional.
ASCE Interchange is series of educational videos on important issues in the engineering community, produced by the American Society of Civil Engineers. In each 6-7 minute segment, Casey Dinges, ASCE's senior managing director of public affairs, membership, and marketing, engages experts and other leading voices in interviews from the studios of Leading Authorities in Washington, DC.
Watch for a new episode each month in the 12-part series — see them at asce.org/interchange. ASCE Interchange is brought to you by Contech Engineered Solutions, a leading provider of site solutions for the civil engineering industry. Contech's portfolio includes bridges, drainage erosion control, retaining wall, sanitary, stormwater and wastewater treatment products. For more info, visit www.ContechES.com or call 800-338-1122.
ASCE has given America's infrastructure a "D+". The 2013 Report Card for America's Infrastructure provides a comprehensive look at America's infrastructure conditions across sixteen categories. To learn more about where our country's needs lie and how you can be part of the solution, please visit www.infrastrcturereportcard.org.
Given the vital importance of engineering works to society, it is essential for engineers to understand their responsibility to protect the public health, safety, and welfare even in circumstances when doing so may come at a great personal cost. This video series features interviews with engineers and other professionals regarding their experiences with some of the most significant engineering ethics cases of modern times.
ASCE wants to hear about your journey as a civil engineer. What big dreams have you achieved? What aspirations do you have for the profession or your future as a steward of the built world? How has a career in civil engineering helped you pursue your personal dreams?