President’s Message – April 2021
Gary Miller P.E., M.ASCE ASCE Section President
“In last month’s newsletter I provided an update on what ASCE had been working on from a political perspective. For the month of March there has been quite a bit of activity in this area both nationally and locally.”
The Arizona Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE Arizona) is a Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). ASCE Arizona is a non-profit professional organization representing over 2,300 Civil Engineers and civil engineering students throughout Arizona. Established in 1925, ASCE Arizona consists of four Branches; Phoenix, Southern Arizona, Northern Arizona and Yuma, two Younger Member Forums for engineers under the age of 35 years, Technical Committees, Program Committees, and three Student Chapters at the University of Arizona, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona. ASCE Arizona resides in Region 8 along with Alaska, Arizona, Columbia, Hawaii, Inland Empire, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Seattle, Southern Idaho, Tacoma-Olympia, Utah, and the Western Region of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) which includes the Providences of Alberta and British Columbia, Yukon Territory, and the Northwest Territories
The section provides its membership with professional and technical opportunities to advance the science and profession of civil engineering. Our organization provides programs and opportunities for the community, educators and students to learn about the Civil Engineering profession.
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UESI April Webinar: Reducing Damages To Underground Utilities During Horizontal Directional Drilling
Samuel T. Ariaratnam, Ph.D., P.E., P.Eng., F.ASCE, F.ISTT, FCAE, NAC. Population growth in urban centers worldwide has resulted in an increase in the installation of underground utility systems. To minimize …
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