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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 – November 2017

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

FBurruelAre you familiar with the ASCE 2017 Infrastructure Report Card for the United States? In March of this year ASCE released the document and America received a grade of D+, the average of the grades across all the various infrastructure categories that were studied. I am not going to go into great detail of the 2017 Infrastructure Report Card, but for those who wish to educate themselves further, please click here. I know there are some that will have opinions on whether the grades assigned within the Report Card are an accurate reflection of our country’s infrastructure condition. This is a valid discussion as a common view is we, as engineers, tend to lean more towards the doom and gloom while others argue that lower grades equate to requesting more funds and/or projects…

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2015 Report Card for Arizona’s Infrastructure

2015 Report card

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The 2015 Arizona Report Card Brochure