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ASCE Dallas supports and encourages the equitable opportunity for participation of all people within the civil engineering profession without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, or physical challenges.
Jon M. Stigliano is President of Strategic Solutions Group, an Organizational Development firm based out of Waco, Texas with affiliate offices in Dallas and Austin, Texas. Over the years he has consulted with over 600 companies and thousands of individuals. Strategic Solutions Group has developed a strong reputation by helping their clients achieve success by showing them how to create an organizational culture of hiring, training and managing their organization by design. Jon is a former... [More Info]
David Howell, P.E. Director of Licensing Texas Board of Professional Engineers David Howell is the Director of Licensing for the Texas Board of Professional Engineers. He has nineteen years of engineering experience working for the state of Texas, three of them with the Board. As the Director of the Licensing Division, he oversees the review of all applications and renewals from engineers seeking to be licensed professional engineers in the State of Texas as well as process of all firm... [More Info]
Hayden Consultants, Inc. is a woman owned civil engineering consulting firm providing civil and transportation engineering design services for federal, state, and municipal agencies. Established in 2000 in Dallas, Texas, we provide plans, specifications and estimates for projects such as highway and street widening and reconstruction, water and wastewater main replacement, floodplain modeling and storm sewer design, and light rail facilities. Our engineers take pride in the efficient... [More Info]
This month is Younger Member month so this message is not from your usual President Faisal Syed but from the Younger Member Director, Nicole Watson. Dallas ASCE has seen many positive changes this year including the updated website and online registration; the younger members are working hard to keep up with the advancement of the branch to deliver volunteer opportunities and fun social events to the young and young at heart. The Younger Members are hosting the May meeting to promote... [More Info]
It’s that time of year again for the Dallas/Fort Worth American Society of Civil Engineers to prove we have the best golfers and can raise the most money for local scholarships. This year’s golf tournament will take place on Monday, May 18th at the West Course of Bear Creek Golf Club (inside DFW airport) with an 8:00 AM shotgun start followed by a BBQ luncheon. The tournament is open to ASCE members, nonmembers and their friends. If you have not taken the opportunity to get involved with... [More Info]
William Llewellyn Powell, 97, has died of natural causes. Mr. Powell was a Dallas Branch Past President (1959 - 1960), Past Vice President (1956 - 1957), and still regularly attended the monthly branch meetings. Mr. Powell was recognized twice by ASCE for his service to engineering including his elevation to Fellow in 1987. His obituary from the Dallas Morning News can be found here.
Program Summary: Mr. Sean Merrell, P.E. started the program by introducing the speaker, Ms. Mary K. Suhm, City of Dallas City Manager. Ms. Suhm’s presentation began with an overview of the City of Dallas reduction in crime, population increase, and economical development. She touched on the issue on building the Convention Center Hotel and described some of the benefits for the City if this building is built. She continued her presentation by providing an update on the existing projects such as... [More Info]
On behalf of the Structural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers, we would like to invite you to Austin, Texas - - the site of the 41st Structures Congress from April 30 - May 2, 2009. This year’s Congress consists of 10 concurrent technical sessions that focus on the theme: Don’t Mess with Structural Engineers - Expanding our Role. The Congress will demonstrate what is redefining structural engineering in the areas of bridge and transportation structures,... [More Info]
The Metroplex has always been renowned for having a multitude of impressive developments landscaping the greater area. At Topping Out 2009 industry leaders from both Dallas and Fort Worth are uniting to recognize and honor excellence in the fields of development, architecture and construction, which positively impact our communities. Awards are handed out not on the basis of individual achievement but rather in honor of the collective accomplishments of the entire team responsible for a... [More Info]
ASCE/SEI’s fourth Electrical Transmission and Substation Structures Conference will be held November 8-12, 2009 in Fort Worth, Texas. This conference is the premier event where transmission/substation engineers can meet with their peers and industry suppliers to learn about the art and science of utility structural engineering. The upcoming retirement of many long-time utility engineers will create unprecedented challenges to the industry for training the next generation of engineers and... [More Info]
PROGRAM / OFFICE MANAGER – MUNICIPAL WATER / WASTEWATER Dallas, Texas Michael Baker Jr. Inc., a division of Michael Baker Corporation,... [More Info]
Remember, this is your Newsletter. All Dallas Branch Members may send their professional news to Marco A. Ramirez, PE, Newsletter Editor, at email@example.com to be considered for publication in the newsletter. All committee chairs may also send information about their respective committee activities.
The deadline for submission is the first Tuesday of the Month for inclusion in the following month.
If you have moved, the Dallas Branch cannot change your address or information. You may call ASCE at (800) 548-ASCE to talk to an ASCE Customer Representative or go to the ASCE Website to revise your profile. It is easy and takes only a few minutes. You can also renew or join by going to the ASCE web page www.asce.org and clicking on “Members Only.”