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ASCE Arizona Section Vision:

ASCE members serving as global leaders to build a better quality of life.

ASCE Arizona Section Mission:

The American Society of Civil Engineers, Arizona Section, will lead by advancing the profession through membership, involvement, public outreach, and promoting sound public policy.


• Encourage industry and individual participation in ASCE membership and activities

• Advance involvement participation and collaboration in Arizona between industry practitioners serving as technical and ethical leaders.

• Facilitate annual outreach to public officials educating public policy makers on infrastructure value

• Act as stewards of ASCE for the Section constituents through awareness, understanding,
reporting, and a transfer of knowledge

President’s Message – March 2018

Fausto Burruel, MPA, PE, CPM, M.ASCE, President, ASCE Arizona


Dreaming of Engineers!

Hello Everyone,
Hopefully March finds you doing well and your designs and projects are in full swing. This past month Engineers were active in our communities as many of our members participated in E-Week activities. However, it appears this year’s E-Week activities were not as prevalent in some regions as there were no committees leading the effort. It is unfortunate when this occurs but perhaps it’s a sign of how busy we are as a
profession and as individuals. I personally was unable to participate in some of the activities that our memberships were promoting as I had previous engagements with work and family. I have learned, as I hope most of you have as well, there is a thing called work/life (and volunteer) balance and we each do what we can.

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ASCE Arizona Section 2018 Drive-In

Please join us March 27, 2018 for the ASCE Arizona Section Legislative Drive-In!


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Contact Mark Lamer or Fausto Burruel for more information and to register.

ASCE 2018 Legislative Fly-In

ASCE Arizona Section members attended the ASCE Legislative Fly-In March 13-14, 2018 in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, VA.

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The Fly-in program included:

  • Meetings on The Hill with your Members of Congress or their staff
  • Briefing sessions on key legislation active in Congress and ASCE’s legislative priorities.
  • Training on lobbying and influencing your elected leaders
  • Networking with your ASCE peers from across the country
  • A Younger Member Program
  • Tips on continuing relationships with your elected officials once you return home

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2015 Report Card for Arizona’s Infrastructure

2015 Report card

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The 2015 Arizona Report Card Brochure