Social Committee

This committee focuses on creating activities for our members who have interests outside of civil engineering, but would still like to network with other civil engineers.  

If you are interested in participating in this committee, please contact [email protected]

See Related News below for more details about recent Social Committee activities.

Contacts

Chuck Karunathilake
Social Committee Co-Chair
Mark Thomas
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Jazzy Quinabo
Social Committee Co-Chair
Jacobs
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