The ASCE Orange County Branch enjoyed another successful History & Heritage and Student Fellowship Night…Read More »
In This Issue
President, Gary Gilbert, PE, GE, discusses the many opportunities available to serve the community through the Orange County ASCE Branch. Interested in helping communities, local or abroad? Find out how to get involved!
The ASCE Orange County Branch enjoyed another successful History & Heritage and Student Fellowship Night at the Center Club in Costa Mesa, CA on Thursday, November 20, 2014.
The ASCE OC Branch will be unveiling new "sponsorship packages" for 2015! A brief overview is provided by our Marketing Chair, John Merrill, PE, TE. More news on the opportunities and sponsorship benefits coming soon!
The Orange County Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers is now accepting nominations online. The due date is to Monday, December 29, 2014. Please consider nominating a candidate or a project as soon as possible.
Cyber Liability is one of the fastest growing areas of risk that most businesses are not equipped to handle. During the 2013 holiday season, hackers gained access to Target’s computer systems compromising the personal financial information of approximately 70 million customers. While potential liability to design professional firms from data breaches may not be immediately apparent, one does not have to be a financial institution or retailer to have liability exposure from data breaches.
On November 14, 2014, the ASCE Orange County Branch Continuing Education Committee and the Technical Transportation Group organized a Pavement Technologies Seminar, which was conducted at the City of Irvine Conference Training Center.
ASCE Orange County congratulates member Nathan Chase of URS, an AECOM company, on his recognition as an ASCE 2015 New Face of Civil Engineering.
The first International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure was held in Long Beach on November 6-8. Project owners, practitioners, researchers, and design makers discussed the critical issues of sustainability: how to plan, design, and construct the kind of infrastructure projects needed to handle a new and increasingly harsh operating environment.
The Construction Institute of ASCE is hosting a national conference in Las Vegas, NV February 11-13, 2015. Registration and program information is now available!
On September 9, 2014, the ASCE OC Transportation Technical Group (TTG), in conjunction with the City of Anaheim and its design and construction management partners, Parsons Brinckerhoff and STV, toured the nearly completed Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC), located just off the SR 57 freeway, in Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle.
Notice to RUNNERS: Join the ASCE team for the Ragnar SoCal relay race on April 10-11.
Several local Younger Member Forums and the CSULB Student Chapter got together for fun with brooms. Confused? Find out what they were up to.
The 2014 Annual OC YMF Wine Trip is one of OC YMF’s favorite and most popular yearly traditions.
The November 2014 General Meeting took on a special purpose on top of the usual purpose of being a friendly environment for networking.