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Civil Engineering Almanac – Seattle World’s Fair opens

Reuben Hull's Civil Engineering Almanac travels back to the day when Seattle's World Fair opened.

President-elect official nominees answer your questions ahead of Society election

As the ASCE 2021 election nears – voting opens May 1 – members can learn more about the official nominees for president-elect through a series of candidate forums this month.

How I aced the P.E. exam

With the next round of P.E. and S.E. exams approaching, it’s nearly crunch time for those seeking professional licensure this spring.

Civil Engineering Almanac – Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel opens

Reuben Hull's Civil Engineering Almanac travels back to the day when the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel opened.

ASCE realigns student conferences, enhances student experience

ASCE has realigned its student conferences, creating a more integrated, consistent, and valuable student experience.

ASCE partners with new NSF research alliance

The National Science Foundation Directorate for Engineering this week launched the Engineering Research Visioning Alliance, the first engineering research visioning organization of its kind.

Simplify your workflow with ASCE 7 Online

An integral part of building codes in the United States, ASCE 7 is vital in the daily practice of civil engineers, building officials, and architects. ASCE 7 Online provides a faster, easier way for engineers to work with ASCE 7.

Civil Engineering Almanac – Lewis B. Combs, co-founder of the Seabees, is born

Reuben Hull's Civil Engineering Almanac travels back to the week when Lewis B. Combs, co-founder of the Seabees, was born.

5 things you didn’t know about the Tacoma Narrows Bridge

Designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark by ASCE in 2011, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Tacoma, Washington, is the rare landmark that is considered a failure.