Archive for April, 2014

Geographic Services is proud to announce the Continuing Education schedule of seminars and workshops for the spring and summer that are scheduled in your geographic area. These seminars/workshops have been produced by ASCE’s Continuing Education Department with your members in mind.

Earthquake-Induced Ground Motions May 8-9, 2014 Scottsdale, AZ
 Structural Design for Bomb Blast Loads and Accidental Chemical Explosions (Buildings and Industrial Facilities)  May 14-16, 2014  St. Louis, MO
 Low Impact Development Applications for Water Resource Management  May 29-30, 2014  Kansas City, MO
 Introduction to Tunnel Design and Construction  June 11-13, 2014  Scottsdale, AZ
 Leadership Development for the Engineer  June 19-20, 2014  Kansas City, MO
 Design-Build Contracting  June 26-27, 2014  Minneapolis, MN
 Pumping Systems Design for Civil Engineers  July 24-25, 2014  Denver, CO
 Risk-Based Seismic Design and Evaluation  August 7-8, 2014  St. Louis, MO
 Seismic Loads for Buildings and Other Structures   August 21-22, 2014  Denver, CO
 HEC-RAS Computer Workshop for Unsteady Flow Applications  September 10-12, 2014  Kansas City, MO
 Design of Concrete Pavements – NEW  September 11-12, 2014  Denver, CO
 Pumping Systems Design for Civil Engineers  September 25-26, 2014  Rapid City, SD

Geographic Services would greatly appreciate if the newest Continuing Education schedule be included in your upcoming newsletters as well as added to your websites.

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April Meeting and Awards Luncheon

Presentation – President Elect Robert D. Stevens PhD., PE, AICP, F.ASCE

Date: Tuesday April 22, 2014

Location: Plaza III
                4749 Pennsylvania Ave
                Kansas City, MO 64112

Time: 11:30 Social/Registration
          12:00 Meal
          12:30 Section Awards/Presentation

Menu: Choice of: Filet Mignon, 
           Grilled Chicken Breast, or Salmon
           Herb Roasted Red Potatoes
           Broccoli
           Cheese Cake with Strawberry Sauce
           Sourdough Bread
           Tea, Coffee, Soda

Cost: $25.00 per person

Speaker: ASCE President Elect Robert D. Stevens, PhD, PE, AICP, F.ASCE

President Elect Stevens’ Vision Statement:

In these challenging times, it’s still great to be a civil engineer. While civil engineers can provide society the infrastructure that it needs, it is only possible for us to do that if funds are available to do it. Both our Infrastructure Report Cards and Failure to Act reports provide valuable information. They are helping us get the message out that the condition of our infrastructure is not what it should be or could be and that more public- and private-sector funding is needed. While we are doing a great job getting this message out to the public and our elected officials, more needs to be done. We especially need to do more to enhance our efforts towards influencing public policy. I see an ASCE that is an even more influential leader.

ASCE’s Roadmap 2025 provides specific steps that the civil engineering profession can take to achieve the Vision 2025 for the Civil Engineer. This is a global vision of civil engineers working smarter and more effectively for the good of all people by creating a sustainable world and enhancing the global quality of life. To accomplish this, civil engineers need to not only be planners, designers, constructors, and operators of the built environment but also leaders in infrastructure policy, managers of risk due to natural and man-made disasters, and innovators and integrators of ideas and technology. It will take a closely coordinated global civil engineering community endeavor to achieve this Vision. There is much to be done to achieve Vision 2025 in the next 12 years.

If you would like to read more please go to http://www.asce.org/About-ASCE/Governance/Elections/Vision-Statements/Robert-D–Stevens,-Ph-D-,-P-E-,-AICP,-F-ASCE—Vision-Statement/

RSVPs due Friday April 18th.  Register by clicking here

 

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