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Founder of GZA and active Boston Section member Goldberg dies at 92

Donald T. Goldberg, co-founder of the geotechnical engineering firm GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. and an active member of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section, has died at 92.

Pioneering engineering mechanics author and academic Boresi dies at 96

Arthur Peter “Art” Boresi, professor emeritus of civil and architectural engineering at the University of Wyoming, and best known worldwide from the books he authored or co-authored, has died. He was 96.

Portland, Oregon environmental leader active in EWRI dies at 45

Alexander Krokus, executive director and senior policy analyst for the Ethical Environmental Policy Consortium, in Portland, Oregon, has died. He was 45.

Army Corps project manager, past Met Section president dies at 82

Fletcher H. "Bud" Griffis, retired construction professor emeritus at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering, and a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers global builder, has died. He was 82.

Texas water resources engineer dies at 61

Michael Joseph Dellies, director of water resources at Teague Nall and Perkins Inc. in Fort Worth, Texas, has died. He was 61.

ASCE student conferences, competitions embrace the virtual

Yes, the ASCE student conferences are a little different this spring, but they're succeeding in the new virtual format.

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.