envision listicle WEB FEAT
April 18, 2017

This week, ASCE News celebrates Earth Day with a series of stories about sustainability and green engineering. Check ASCE News each day for updates and visit ASCE’s hub of sustainability resources, where you can take…Read More >>

The Greenough Greenway project in Watertown, MA, was the first project in Massachusetts to earn an Envision sustainable infrastructure award. PHOTO: The Solomon Foundation
April 17, 2017

This week, ASCE News celebrates Earth Day with a series of stories about sustainability and green engineering. Check ASCE News each day for updates and visit ASCE’s hub of sustainability resources, where you can take…Read More >>

fellow-shield-web-feat
April 14, 2017

ASCE members elected to Fellow status have made celebrated contributions and developed creative solutions that have enhanced lives. Fewer than 3.5 percent of Society members hold this prestigious honor. The most recent members elevated to…Read More >>

BY 
The Oregon State steel bridge team tests its span. PHOTO: Judy Liu
April 13, 2017

It’s Student Conference season for ASCE Student Chapter members on steel-bridge and concrete canoe teams, the chance to turn a school year of hard work into a coveted spot in the upcoming 2017 national competitions….Read More >>

New Hampshire Section Board of Directors at the state report card release, from left: Vice President Marisa DiBiaso, Clerk Logan Johnson, President-Elect Matthew O'Brien, President Thalia Valkanos, and Treasurer Nicholas Golon. PHOTO: New Hampshire Section Younger Member Co-Chair Timothy Dunn
April 7, 2017

A month after ASCE’s 2017 Infrastructure Report Card graded the country’s infrastructure with a cumulative D-plus, the New Hampshire Section released its state Report Card, April 5. The results were not much better – an…Read More >>

BY 
ASCE Executive Director Tom Smith
April 5, 2017

The scientific community uses a strong network of shared data and peer review to enlighten scientists and bolster the quality of their research across the globe. In engineering, it is similarly imperative that ideas and…Read More >>

All News
Save America's Infrastructure
April 26, 2017

The Louisiana Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers released the 2017 Report Card for Louisiana Infrastructure on April 26. To assign grades, 50 volunteer civil engineers from across the state analyzed 11 categories of infrastructure over 18 months. Scores ranged from a “C+” for Dams and Solid Waste to a “D-” in Drinking...

Read More >>

April 25, 2017

States are once again forging their own pathways to fund their roads and bridge programs. In the meantime, four more states (California, Indiana, Montana and Tennessee) join the 19 others that have increased or modified their gas taxes to increase revenue since 2013. In each state the gas tax increase was just one piece of...

Read More >>

April 07, 2017

On Wednesday, the New Hampshire Section of ASCE released its 2017 Infrastructure Report Card, giving the state’s infrastructure a “C-.” A team of professional engineers from across the state graded twelve infrastructure categories, including aviation, bridges, dams, drinking water, energy, hazardous waste, ports, rail, roads, solid waste, stormwater, and wastewater. New Hampshire last released a...

Read More >>

March 31, 2017

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee continues its series of hearing on “Building a 21st Century Infrastructure for America” this week, focusing on brownfields this time. The panel’s Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment’s March 28th hearing was entitled Revitalizing American Communities through the Brownfields Program. In fiscal year 2016, the EPA provided a total...

Read More >>

All Save America's Infrastructure Posts