By Elizabeth Ruedas, PE, QSD, QISP, ENV SP
“The secret of change is to focus…Read More »
By Jason Fix, PE
On September 20th, Ivan Hee, PE (Skanska Civil USA) and Carlos…Read More »
By Brian Pallasch, CAE, Managing Director, Government Affairs & Infrastructure Initiatives
The Democrats have taken…Read More »
In This Issue
By Elizabeth Ruedas, PE, QSD, QISP, ENV SP “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new” - Socrates The last month has been filled with new, exciting and innovative ways of celebrating our industry, members, history and potential as civil engineers! Here are some highlights that I hope will inspire you as much as they have me.
By Jason Fix, PE On September 20th, Ivan Hee, PE (Skanska Civil USA) and Carlos Herranz, PMP (Mott MacDonald) presented the technical aspects of constructing the new Los Angeles Metro Regional Connector Station.
By Brian Pallasch, CAE, Managing Director, Government Affairs & Infrastructure Initiatives The Democrats have taken control of the House of Representatives and Republicans have maintained their control of the Senate. Infrastructure continues to be raised as an area of bipartisan agreement that the divided Congress could addresss early in 2019. Results of State Ballot Measures, estimated House Committee and Senate Committee Chair positions, and information on high profile state races.
By Mr. Pavlo Chrysovergis, P.E., ASCE OC Geo-Institute Chair The Orange County Geo-Institute Chapter hosted an August dinner meeting in Costa Mesa featuring a presentation by Dr. Marty Hudson and Ms. Rosalind Munro of Wood Group.
By Bryant Wong, PE, ENV SP The 2018-19 ASCE OC Branch Mentorship Program has gotten off to a fast start! Literally!
By Victor Aguirre On Wednesday, October 24th ASCE OC-YMF was invited to attend the Fountain Valley High School career fair. Members from OC YMF had the opportunity to present, educate and inspire students about the profession of civil engineering. They explained the process of obtaining a civil engineering degree, as well as the importance of involvement with ASCE at the college and post college level. Most importantly, they encouraged them to pursue higher education regardless of profession.
By ASCE OC YMF On September 19th, 2018, OC YMF celebrated the end of the 2017-2018 fiscal year (FY) by acknowledging achievements and accomplishments of the group as well as individual members.
By Ashlyn Alexander On September 15th, 2018, the ASCE OC Branch and YMF joined together to participate in the 34th California Coastal Cleanup Day in Huntington Beach, California.
By Sarah Swennson King How The Toll Roads came to be the fastest, easiest and most predictable way to get to and through Orange County.
By Mimi Luk 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.
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