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Engineers Week 2017 PDF Print E-mail

Now that the new year is upon us, National Engineers Week is coming up and ASCE San Antonio has teamed up with the Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) as a co-host for the entire week!! National Engineers Week is from February 19th to the 25th, and our professional organizations have put together a full week of great events. Here is a list of the events being held during that week:

Proclamation Breakfast & Engineer for a Day
ASCE/ASCE YM 'Dream Big' movie showing
Sporting Clays Tournament
SEAoT Scholarship Social
TSPE Past Presidents Luncheon
Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) Happy Hour
Golf Tournament
Family Fun 5k Walk/Run
Engineer of the Year Banquet & Casino Night

Please take a look at your schedule and plan to attend some, if not all, of these events!! There are many sponsorship opportunities available for your company to market your services or ways you can help support many scholarships that come from the funds made from these events. The week is slated to be another epic one celebrating the profession on engineering. Attached are the registration and sponsorship forms for the events listed above so get your company out there and enjoy the events with your colleagues! Thank you and we look forward to seeing you all throughout National Engineers Week!


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January General Branch Meeting (2017) PDF Print E-mail

ASCE invites you to attend our General Branch Meeting.

When: January 9, 2017

Where: Anne Maries at Devonshire - 12475 Starcrest

Time: 10:30am – 1:00pm


Technical Session:

Time:   10:30am – 11:30pm

The 2016 Alamo Archaeological Dig

Presenter: Nesta Anderson, Ph.D.

Senior Archaeologist

Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc.

As the lead investigator of the 2016 Archaeological excavation at the Alamo, Dr. Anderson will give an overview of their exciting findings. The project purpose was to discover additional boundary lines and walls contributing to the Alamo's overall historical narrative which led to the discovery of over 1,700 artifacts. Dr. Anderson is a Senior Archaeologist at Pape-Dawson Engineers. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology and English Literature from Grand Valley State University, a Master of Arts degree in Anthropology from Louisiana State University, and a Doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin. She has led archaeological investigations at San Antonio's Main Plaza, where she and her team uncovered a military fortification associated with the Battle of Bexar, and at the Witte Museum, where she and her team rediscovered the Alamo Dam.


General Meeting:

Time:   11:30am – 1:00pm

Dam Failures and Wetland/Hydrographic Drone Surveying

Presenter: Trent Lewis, FPC

Senior Consultant

Pond Medics, Inc.

Mr. Lewis will discuss the most common warning signs and reasons for dam failures as well as hydrographic surveying and wetland/riparian drone surveying. Mr. Lewis is a Senior Consultant with PondMedics, specializing in areas such as hydrographic surveys, dam/spillway rehabilitations, stream and stormwater conveyance management, hybrid shoring solutions, multi-scale dredging and wetland/riparian surveys using fixed wing and multirotor drones equipped with a payload of infrared sensors.  Mr. Lewis has been the President of the Upper Trinity Conservation Trust the last seven years. Additionally, Mr. Lewis serves as the Aquatic Plant Management Society, Texas Chapter President.  Mr. Lewis also serves on the board of directors of the Society of Lake Management Professionals.


A Word from Amy Stone, ASCE President PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 28 December 2016 16:11



Amy Stone, P.E., 2016-2017 ASCE San Antonio Branch President

From October 2016 to October 2017, I have the pleasure of serving as the President of the San Antonio Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers. This journey started so long ago, that I don’t actually remember joining ASCE. I can only guess that it was as an unmarried EIT prior to 2003 as some of the correspondence still bears my maiden name. I don’t know how men track these things. I first joined ASCE to meet industry peers that I didn’t directly work with. Read Full Article


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Why ASCE? PDF Print E-mail

In 1852 The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) was established to become global leaders in building a better quality of life. ASCE continues this goal with the advancement of science and profession of engineering to enhance the welfare of humanity. ASCE's basic goal set is comprised of:

  • Develop Leadership

  • Advance Technology

  • Advocate Life Long Learning

  • Promote the Profession

ASCE provides a pathway for bulding leadership skills, exchanging ideas, and creating lifelong professional relationships.


Perhaps one of the most important services the organization provides is key contacts with state and federal representatives. It is important to let law makers know what challenges are facing our country and provide them with the most complete information on the needs facing our infrastructure. Click here to read more about this process.

Younger Members (35 & under) help young engineers to grow personally and professionally by taking advantage of diverse programs and opportunities provided to them through ASCE.

Continuing Education Credits and Personal Development Hours are offered throughout the year to fulfill  local requirements for licensure. Hundreds of seminars, workshops, webinars & conferences occur each year which satisfy these credits and help sharpen your skills as an engineer.

ASCE also provides many opportunities to become involved with local activities and programs. These programs can be found on our website or you can click here to "Get Involved.


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