Construction Institute (CI)

The CI Orange County Chapter allows our members to interact with other professionals in the construction industry whom practice civil engineering.  We regularly send active Orange County Branch members to CI Congresses held on a annual bases across the country.  We hope the Orange County Branch members will learn new ideas and find interesting speaker topics that we can bring back to our local branch members.  CI OC periodically holds joint events with the Orange County Branch to cover subjects related to the construction industry during branch general meetings.  The Orange County Branch and the CI Orange County Chapter work together to provide continuing educations events that are relevant CI members. We hope you will come out and participate in our institute and work with us to build a strong organization.

Below in the Related News section are some articles from past events.  For more information contact [email protected].

Contacts

Amber Shah, PE, QSP/QSD, ENV SP
Construction Institute Chair
City of Laguna Hills
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Phone: 949-707-2657


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Why the Lyon Air Museum

By: Tom Broz, P.E., S.E. At the November 17, 2017 OC Branch History and Heritage/ Student Night dinner held at the Lyon Air Museum.  Tom Broz, P.E., S.E. - OC Branch History and Heritage Committee Chair, presented why the dinner was held there.  Tom explained that ASCE has Policy Statement 463 – History and Heritage which states ASCE’s support for programs that promote the knowledge of the history and heritage of civil engineering as an integral component of education and professional practice. Keep reading to see how the Lyon Air Museum has played a key role in preserving the engineering legacy of Orange County.

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Student Days

By Amber Falk, Gary Gilbert, Chloe Gharios, Jesus Velazquez, and Cody Dodge Thirty civil engineering students from universities across the U.S. were given the unique challenge of competing in teams to produce the best bid for a city’s request for proposal (RFP) to construct new seawalls as part of the ASCE/Construction Institute (CI)’s Student Days competition in Costa Mesa, California, July 31-August 4. Each year students are selected through a competitive application process to participate, bringing top engineering students from across the country together to work in teams with students they’ve never met before on a “real-life” construction challenge. This year three students were selected from our local universities – two from Cal State Fullerton and one from Cal State Long Beach. 

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ASCE OC Continuing Education Committee / Construction Institute Seminar – Underground Utilities Management & Alternative Project Delivery

By: Wei Zhu, PE, QSP/QSD, Continuing Education Committee Chair ASCE-Orange County Continuing Education Committee (CEC) and the newly formed Construction Institute (CI) co-hosted a half-day seminar at the City of Irvine Community Training Center on July 31, 2015.  The seminar consisted of three presentations that primarily focused on two topics: Underground Utilities Management and Alternative Project Delivery.

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