May 20 ~ 8th Annual Achievement in Civil Engineering (ACE) Awards ~ The Aqua Turf Club, Plantsville, CT ~ 5:00 p.m. Reception, 6:00 p.m. Dinner & Program
At its 8th Annual Achievement in Civil Engineering (ACE) Awards ceremony on May 20, 2015, the Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE) section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) will recognize the several civil engineering projects in the State of Connecticut that exhibit significant engineering expertise or innovation. The 2015 ACE Awards are being sponsored by:
Roberge Associates Coastal Engineers
Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.
September 18 ~ DFI-CSCE Fall Geotechnical Seminar
October 2 ~ CSCE/ITE Golf Tournament Timberlin Golf Club, Berlin, CT
Please go to the Events page for more information about these events.
CSCE has resumes for several students who are looking for summer internships. If your company has any internship opportunities, please contact CSCE at email@example.com and we would be happy to share the resumes with you. Alternatively, these opportunities could be posted on our Employment page(standard rates apply).
Congratulations to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Winner of 2013 Walter LeFevre Award
The Civil Engineering Department at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy was selected by the ASCE Committee on Education to receive the 2013 Walter LeFevre Award in the small program category. The award recognizes actions by a small or a large Civil Engineering program in promoting licensure, ethics, and professionalism. The ASCE Committee on Education particularly noted the Civil Engineering Department at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy for exemplary promotion of licensure, ethics, and professionalism in engineering education in a small program.
The CSCE of the present is the result of a merger of two organizations that occurred 30 years ago. The Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers was founded in 1884, while the Connecticut Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers was founded in 1919. In 1958, the Section had 523 members. In 1955 (the nearest comparable year for reliable numbers), the Society had 1,033 members. The two organizations met separately until they merged in 1981, by mutual vote of membership, to become the Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers Section of American Society of Civil Engineers or CSCE.