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In This Issue
Penny Lew, P.E., the ASCE Orange County Branch incoming President, reflects on the Branch's accomplishments, affirms the committment to move the Branch and the civil engineering profession forward, and previews what's coming in the months ahead.
On September 19, 2013, Michael Blomquist, P.E., Toll Program Director at Riverside County Transportation Commission, presented an update on the RCTC’s planned Toll Program and the upcoming SR-91 and I-15 corridor improvements at the ASCE OC Branch general meeting.
The National ASCE History and Heritage Newsletter continues to be a source of interesting articles about Civil Engineers from our Nation's past. There you can also find a wide variety of interesting articles on historic Civil Engineering topics. This month I would like to share the link to the articles published in the Sept. 2013 - Oct. 2013 issue.
C.C. Myers, Inc. is a leading California and Nevada infrastructure company and a top civil engineering firm, known for quality work and our ability to beat aggressive deadlines. When people refer to those "Sacramento bridge builders", they are referring to C.C. Myers, Inc., however, their projects range far beyond our Sacramento home. This article highlights some of the C.C. Myers, Inc. landmark projects, in both northern and southern California.
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.
Steel Bridge has been a proud tradition of the student chapter of ASCE at UC Irvine for more than 30 years. This is a team consisting of Civil and Environmental Engineers who come together to design, fabricate, and compete with a bridge that abides by stringent rules set by ASCE that are intended to simulate the design/construction process. Read about the structure designed for the competition this year.
Infrastructure is an essential component of national competitiveness and social well-being. Designing and delivering infrastructure systems that truly contribute to sustainability throughout their service life is the theme of this conference. The International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI) 2014 will focus on sustainability in the built environment, presenting relevant engineering research, demonstrations and applications that contribute to competitiveness and well-being. Prospective speakers are invited to submit abstracts. Please see details and deadlines within.
Details for the Henry Samueli School of Engineering at UC Irvine Civil & Environmental Engineering Affiliates November 8th Fall Quarterly Meeting.
Join the ASCE Orange County Branch for the November 21st Dinner Meeting at The Center Club. This dinner meeting is presented by the History & Heritage Committee, Student Groups Committee, the Orange County Younger Member Forum, and the Board of Directors.The keynote speaker will be Richard Atwater, Southern California Water Committee.
The ASCE Orange County Branch invites you and your organization to nominate candidates and projects that you believe should be recognized for their exceptional professional engineering performance and qualities. Nomination forms for 2013 are now available online. Please nominate your project or candidate for one of the awards. There is no limit to the number of nominations that can be submitted. All submissions are due by Friday, January 3, 2014 (date was extended from December 27, 2013).
A biography is written about every construction project. These biographies tell the story of what happened during the course of construction, what problems were encountered, how those problems were solved, how much time was taken to find a resolution, and who blamed who. It is important as a design professional to have your own voice and documents that tell your story on a project.
On September 11th, YMF members attended and presented at CSUF ASCE's first general meeting of the school year.
OC YMF would like to thank Mr. Hammer Sui (Caltrans) and Amber Falk (Arcadis) for the great opportunity to tour the Schuyler Heim Bridge Replacement. Sixteen individuals participated in the successful tour on Friday, September 20, 2013. The Schuyler Heim Bridge is located between Ocean Boulevard and ¼ mile south of State Route 103 in the cities of Long Beach and Los Angeles.