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September General Branch Meeting (2017) PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 08 March 2017 10:18

ASCE invites you to attend our General Branch Meeting.


When: September 11, 2017

Where: Anne Maries at Devonshire - 12475 Starcrest

Time: 11:00am – 1:00pm


Technical Session:

Time:   11:00am – Noon

Oversize Overweight Bridge Impacts on the Highway Infrastructure

Jose Weissmann Ph.D., P.E.

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

University of Texas at San Antonio


General Meeting:

Time:   Noon – 1:00pm

San Antonio Airport Expansion Update

Dennis Fiemeyer, P.E., PMP

Capital Programs Manager 

Aviation Department

City of San Antonio

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 September 2017 11:06
2017 Election Results PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 August 2017 07:05

The results of the 2017 San Antonio Branch ASCE Board and the Younger Members Board elections are as follows.  Congratulations to those of you who won, your term will officially begin in October 2017.   Thank you for all who participated in the elections.


Board of Directors

Section Director – John Tyler (Elected 2016 – 2 year Term)

Past President – Amy Stone (Elected in 2015)

President – Deepa Thankavel (Elected in 2016)

President Elect - Luke Reed

Vice President Programs - Chris Van Heerde

Vice President Programs - Marissa Guzman

Treasurer -  Mike Bratten

Secretary - Jizella San Andres


Younger Member Board

President – Anna Leija

Vice President – Jose Lozano

Treasurer - Javier Castello

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 August 2017 07:07
2017 Texas Civil Engineering Conference PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 August 2017 07:07

Reasons to attend the 2017 Texas Civil Engineering Conference (CECON):


  1. Release of 2017 Report Card for Texas’ Infrastructure 

  2. Civil Engineering Content Focused on Resiliency 

  3. Breakout Sessions from ASCE’s Texas Institute Chapters

  4. Earn 19 Professional Development Hours 

  5. INFRASTUCTURE as an ASSET Legislative Discussion Panel 

  6. Speakers Include Private Industry Leaders & State Agencies 

  7. History & Heritage Presentations and Lessons Learned 

  8. Texas-Style Relationship Building & TCPA BBQ 

  9. Meet with Exhibitors: Learn about New & Innovative Solutions & Technologies 

  10. Walk Down the Red Carpet at the Annual Awards Banquet 

  11. View a Special Screening of Dream Big: Engineering Our World 

  12. Unwind After CECON at the 2nd Annual ASCE Texas YM Camping Trip


A special note about the 2017 Report Card for Texas’ Infrastructure: As you may already know, ASCE Texas Section depicts the condition and performance of Texas’ infrastructure in the familiar form of a school report card—assigning letter grades based on the physical condition and needed investments for improvement for categories such as bridges, drinking water, and dams. You may already be familiar with the nationwide report card issued every four years, available here. The Texas Section’s Infrastructure Report Card Committee has been working hard to assess how the needed improvements to Texas’ infrastructure have been addressed since the last report card release in 2012. Our goal for the report card is to assist leaders, and the public, in understanding the investments needed to maintain these critical infrastructure systems.


As an ASCE Texas Section member, please be aware of this important tool and use it to start, or continue, the conversation with your community leaders about its infrastructure investment needs. The Section’s Government Affairs Committee is available to help you plan for meetings – contact Chair Tiffany Villarreal, P.E.. Visit the CECON website to register for the conference and attend the 2017 Report Card for Texas’ Infrastructure release event during the opening ceremony.

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


Last Updated on Monday, 02 January 2017 10:24

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