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2013 Related News

President's Message - OC Branch ASCE Committees - Part 1
ASCE OC Branch President, Penny Lew, P.E., looks at the Branch's committees, what they accomplish and how the committees are a vital part of what the Branch offers its members. » Read More

Branch News - OC Branch's 60th Anniversary Tour
The Orange County Branch is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year and to commemorate this important event the Branch decided to organize for the membership a tour of some of the Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks (HCEL's) in Orange County.  The Branch's Tour Planning Committee, lead by Branch Vice President Penny Lew, selected five of these sites to visit on the 60th Anniversary Historic Landmark Tour which took place on Saturday, July 20, 2013.   » Read More

2013 Presentation by the Transportation Corridor Agencies
For the first ASCE-Orange County Branch Meeting held this Spring, representatives from the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) were invited to give a presentation on April 18th at the Center Club in Costa Mesa.  Mr. David Lowe P.E., Director of Design and Construction and Ms. Kelsie Anderson, P.E., Corridor Manager of Design were at the venue early to meet and greet the attendees prior to the lunch presentation. » Read More

Branch News - Field Trip to Rialto Concrete Products
We couldn’t have asked for better weather on March 22nd when a group of about forty ASCE OC Branch members boarded a chartered bus to take us from Tustin to Rialto Concrete Products (RCP) on a “behind-the-scenes” engineering tour of their manufacturing plant.  Our March field trip was in lieu of our normal luncheon program and offered an up-close opportunity to observe how some of the most widely used products in our industry are manufactured. » Read More

Transport of the Space Shuttle Endeavor
A cozy noontime luncheon was had by the 38 who attended the December 12th event at Il Fornaio Restaurant in Irvine.  This was our first event at this venue and many took the opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues just before the holidays.  We were happy to have two speakers present and share highlights of the recent transporting of the Space Shuttle Orbiter Endeavor to its new home in Los Angeles. Fortunate to have won out amongst other applicants, the California Science Center (CSC) was awarded the only flown orbiter not given to the Kennedy Space Center or the Smithsonian. » Read More

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