ASCE Names Thomas Smith as new Executive Director

The ASCE Board of Direction has selected Thomas W. Smith III, ENV SP, CAE, M.ASCE, as the next executive director of the American Society of Civil Engineers, effective Jan. 1, 2015. Smith, ASCE’s current deputy executive director and general counsel, will succeed Patrick J. Natale, P.E., F.ASCE, who has served in the position since 2002 and announced his end-of-year retirement last October. 

 

 

Job Seekers

With many Civil Engineers of all experince levels searching for new career opportunites in this tough ecomony, ASCE has tools that may be of some assistance to you.

ASCE Career Connections

ASCE's Career Connections offers one-stop, online career advancement advice and access to current opportunities, qualified candidates, and job postings.

If you are job seeker or a employer with positions available visit ASCE's Career Connections at this link http://careers.asce.org/

ASCE Group on LinkedIn

Registered users of LinkedIn should note that there is an ASCE group on LinkedIn for your use. Search for American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) group.

LinkedIn is a business-oriented professional networking site with over 43 million registered members spanning 170 industries including civil engineers. Weather you are trying to make new marketing contacts, searching for new career opportunities or you have available positions LinkedIn is a valuable business tool. To learn more about LinkedIn visit the website at http://www.linkedin.com

NJ infrastructure Reports

2009 Report Card for America's Infrastructure

ASCE's 2009 Report Card for America's Infrastructure has been released. Visit the nation's infrastructure report card for more information.

2007 Report Card for New Jersey's Infrastructure

The New Jersey Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers has announced it's 2007 Report Card for New Jersey's Infrastructure.

The cumlative GPA for New Jersey's Infrastructure is: C-

Viist the complete Infrastructure Report Card for full details of the individual cateogory grades.

The intent of this Infrastructure Report Card is to raise public awareness of the impact crumbling infrastructure is having on our daily lives, and the many issues and decisions that face our State as we strive to maintain and improve our infrastructure. We believe discussion of the issues detailed in this report will lead to a greater understanding of the current and future needs of our State, prompting decision makers in our communities and in the legislature to formulate policies and provide the necessary funding to address New Jersey's infrastructure needs.

ASCE Seminars and Conferences

 

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