By: Cindy Miller, P.E.
With summer in full swing, and our National Parks an ever popular vacation destination, ASCE OC's…Read More »
In This Issue
By: Tapas Dutta, P.E.
The Branch President looks at the dynamics of working with people from different parts of the world, the outsourcing movement and the different work environment in other countries.
By: Cindy Miller, P.E.
With summer in full swing, and our National Parks an ever popular vacation destination, ASCE OC's Secretary discusses the sad state of the infrastructure at America's National Parks.
By: William Lawson, PE
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.
How did we get from horse drawn cars to red cars to NO cars? Take a look at Southern California's trolley systems from the early 1900's with historian Carl Nelson.
Please join the Board of Directors in welcoming the newest members to ASCE OC! We look forward to getting to know you and hope to see you at an upcoming meeting.
You’ve worked hard to develop a successful practice. You’ve developed clients who regularly look to you for their engineering needs, the market is turning and your business is thriving. Now is the perfect time to plan your succession.
The 2013 Edition of the California Building Code will go into effect on January 1, 2014. The CBC seismic requirements are based on the seismic requirements of ASCE 7-10. Are you ready to start using the provisions of ASCE 7-10 for seismic design?
The Sand Canyon Avenue Grade Separation project is one of the key local transportation projects under construction that are currently occurring in Orange County. A group of 29 younger professional engineers took on the opportunity to tour the construction site on July 9, 2013. The tour was jointly organized by OC YMF, the City of Irvine, and OCTA.
ASCE OC YMF’s July General Meeting was a special one that set it apart from the typical General Meetings held every month. This meeting was cohosted with the Santa Ana River Basin Section of the California Water Environment Association (CWEA).