Texas Section Website Unavailable Monday, Dec. 17 from 8 a.m. - 12 noon
The Texas Section website will be unavailable on Monday, December 17 from approximately 8 a.m. till 12 noon as the site undergoes a redesign. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we hope you will like the new look of our website!
As part of the Texas Section Centennial Celebration, the Centennial Committee is encouraging all Branches to obtain proclamations from their local city councils as a way to celebrate and support ASCE Texas Section and our 100 years in Texas.
The Dallas Branch has recently obtained two proclamations: from Addison, TX and McKinney, TX.
Want to find out more about obtaining proclamations from your community’s city council? Contact Centennial Committee chair Sean P. Merrell PE at SMerrell@friscotexas.gov.
Well done Dallas Branch!
The Texas Section is funding a Centennial Grant program as a resource to help Branches undertake projects to celebrate the Texas Section Centennial Celebration on the local level. Proposals up to $3000 are eligible for consideration. The deadline to submit proposals is Friday, January 11, 2013. Read more.
From Austin to Washington: A Legislative Update for Civil Engineers
Join ASCE Government Relations staff in a discussion about current public policy trends affecting civil engineering, both in Washington and also here in Texas on January 16, 2013 at 12noon CST. This webinar will be the first in our Texas Section Centennial Webinar Series. Read more and register.
Block off March 19-23, 2013 in your calendar and come to the 2013 Texas Section Spring Conference and Centennial Celebration in Corpus Christi, TX!
The Corpus Christi Branch Host Committee is developing plans for three full days of technical content, including presentations from conference partners - the Port of Corpus Christi, TxDOT and three ASCE institutes - as we celebrate the Texas Section's Centennial in style.
More information and registration details are coming soon, so stay tuned to http://texasce.org/springconference.
The ASCE Region 6 Board of Governors will host a Region 6 Mini-Assembly on January 10, 2013 prior to the Region 3, 6 and 7 Multi Region Leadership Conference in Milwaukee, WI. Read more.
Help the Texas Section reach its goal of 10,000 members in 2013 and you could put $2013 in your pocket! Find out more about the Centennial Membership Drive here.
James H. Brace Bequest
On October 17, 1957, the ASCE Board of Direction accepted a bequest by James H. Brace, M.ASCE, the proceeds of which are available, in nominal sums, to “unemployed and needy engineers” for payment of their ASCE membership dues.
Any unemployed, underemployed or needy engineer should contact ASCE to request a Brace Fund application. If you would like to make a tax-free, charitable donation to the Brace Fund to support engineers who are unemployed or in need, please mail your contribution to: ASCE-Accounting, PO Box 79162, Baltimore, MD 21279-0162. Include “Brace Fund Bequest” in the check memo line and make the check payable to ASCE. You may also call 800-548-2723 to make a contribution.
Become a Sponsor or Advertise with the Texas Section
Get your company's name noticed by becoming a sponsor of the Texas Section! Or advertise your services or employment oportunities on this website or in the Texas Civil Engineer magazine. Learn more about these opportunities here.