January 2018 Print


Welcome to the January 2018 edition of the ASCE Dallas Branch newsletter! This month’s meeting will be held on Monday, January 8th. Travis Attanasio, P.E. from the City of Haslet will be our keynote speaker. Lawrence Goldberg, P.E., ASCE Texas Section President, will also make a guest appearance. Please join us!

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January 2018 ASCE Dallas Branch Meeting

January 08, 2018
11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
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Vouv Meeting & Event Space
4445 Sigma Rd
Dallas, TX 75244

Keynote Speaker: Travis Attanasio, P.E., City Engineer - City of Haslet

Special Guest: Lawrence Goldberg, P.E., President - ASCE Texas Section

REGISTER NOW      (Registration closes on January 5, 2018 at 11:45 PM)

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President's Message - January 2018

Dear Dallas Branch Membership: Our New Year’s blessings have started off with a big bang! Congratulations to Immediate Past President Frank Pugsley and his entire 2016-2017 Board and Leadership team for the distinctive honor conferred by the ASCE Global Leader Training Committee as Outsta...

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Keynote Speaker - January 2018

ASCE Texas Section's Infrastructure Report Card Presented By:Travis N. Attanasio, P.E., CFM Mr. Attanasio is the ASCE Texas Section Past Vice-President for Professional Affairs and, as such, oversees the Infrastructure Report Card Committee. He serves as City Engineer for the City of Haslet, wh...

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January 2018 Meeting Sponsor is Precast Concrete Manufacturer's Association of Texas

Precast prestressed concrete is a manufactured product. Precast prestressed concrete is unique among building products and building systems because it can act as a complete building system or as an enhancement to cast-in-place concrete, steel framed or even masonry structures. A total precast pres...

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Technical Sessions - January 2018

MORNING SESSION @ 11:00 AM Topic: Dallas Area Geotechnical Practice and Challenges - A Round Table Discussion Speaker: Noel Janacek, P.E. & Ajay Poturi, P.E. The Dallas Branch ASCE Geo Institute will host a round table discussion of local Geotechnical practice and challenges. Members from re...

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CE Club January 2018 Update

Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity Ashlyn Morgan, a project engineer at Kimley-Horn and Core Volunteer for Dallas Habitat for Humanity, presented to the students at Woodrow Wilson on the inner-workings of the organization. Ashlyn explained how interested families can apply to become Habitat for...

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Move to Vouv!

An exciting change is in the air! After careful consideration, opinion polling, cost accounting, and planning, ASCE Dallas Branch will be moving our monthly meetings to the Vouv Meeting & Event Space starting in January 2018. Culinary Art Catering, an award-winning catering company in service ...

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Younger Member Event - January 2018

Good afternoon ASCE Dallas Branch YM's, The January 2018 YM event will be volunteering to help with the Future Cities competition. Please see below for information regarding the event.

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Engineer of the Year and Young Engineer of the Year Award 2017

The Dallas Branch has ASCE has selected our Engineer of the Year and Young Engineer of the Year for 2017. They will be recognized during E-Week, at the 2018 TSPE Engineers Week Annual Awards Luncheon on February 21, 2018 ASCE Dallas Branch Engineer of the Year Victor M. Zepeda, PE Arredondo, Zepe...

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Christmas is for Caring Recap

The members of the Dallas Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers donated $1,507 toward the 38th Annual WBAP “Christmas Is For Caring Campaign”. To date our members have given $18,256 to the Denton State Supported Living Center (formally known as the Denton State School) since...

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OCEA Award Nominations

The deadline for OCEA Award Nominations has been extended to January 5th, 2018. About the OCEA Award In accordance with the Texas Section’s Rules of Operation, the Texas Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Award may be given on an annual basis to the completed project that dem...

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