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‘Resilient’ University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez student teams win two ASCE championships

The student teams from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez won both the ASCE Sustainable Solutions Competition and the ASCE UESI Surveying Competition.

UESI’s Dennis wins Surveying and Mapping Award

ASCE has honored Michael L. Dennis, Ph.D., P.E., R.L.S., M.ASCE, with the 2021 Surveying and Mapping Award for significant contributions to the field of surveying and geomatics through outreach, research, and practice, including leadership within the Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute.

Discover the path to civil engineering innovation

ASCE is gearing up for the Society’s flagship event – the ASCE 2021 Virtual Convention, Oct. 6-8. And whether you’re a first-time attendee or a veteran convention goer, we want to help you discover the path to civil engineering innovation.

Former ASCE board member and University of Delaware president Jones dies at 85

Russel C. "Russ" Jones, a civil engineering academic and past ASCE Board member who became president of the University of Delaware, has died. He was 85.

Longtime member, Long Beach port designer dies at 93

Charles L. Vickers Jr., an accomplished port engineer who designed the first container terminal on the West Coast, has died. He was 93.

What’s your favorite ASCE Historic Civil Engineering Landmark?

With more than 200 to choose from, what's your favorite ASCE historic civil engineering landmark?

Civil Engineering Almanac – Ellis S. Chesbrough is born

Reuben Hull's Civil Engineering Almanac travels back to the birth of noted engineer Ellis Chesbrough.

ASCE Concrete Canoe Competition reaches its 34th year

ASCE’s most popular student competition has generated many records over the years.

Best places for civil engineers 2021

Why are three cities from Texas on the list this year? Which city knocked Washington, D.C., down a peg? Why are younger engineers interested in Philadelphia? Read on.