Welcome to ASCE Colorado Section
The Colorado Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers was formed in 1909. Since then the Section has been actively involved in the advancement of the science and profession of civil engineering in the great state of Colorado.
The Colorado Section of the ASCE allows civil engineers who live and/or work in the Colorado community to network, exchange ideas, build leadership skills and create lifelong professional connections. We are continually looking for motivated volunteers.
Join the Colorado Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers for the premier event of Dream Big, the first IMAX of its kind, a giant screen film focusing on engineering. This event is to inspire children to explore engineering and promote this exploration to their parents. It shows the impact civil engineering and infrastructure has on daily life.
This is a Red Carpet Premier Event, on February 18, 2017 at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. We will be filling the IMAX Theater with former, current, and future engineers and their families! For more information on how you can be a part of this spectacular event, click here.
Jacqueline Arcaris spent 12 years in Colorado as a professional civil engineer, focusing on water resources planning, environmental engineering, and project management. Jacqueline was known in the industry for her energetic, supportive and professional leadership. Jacqueline was also actively involved in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) throughout her career. She started her involvement at Purdue where she served as the ASCE student chapter president for two years. After relocating to Colorado, Jacqueline continued to be a leader within the ASCE. She helped establish the Colorado Section ASCE Younger Members Group, serving as president of the group and then served as the Colorado Section Treasurer and a Region Governor for the Region 7 Board of Governor’s for ASCE. Jacqueline passed away in February of 2012, and this scholarship was created in her honor and in recognition of her contributions to the civil engineering profession and to ASCE. More information about Jacqueline’s life is available at http://www.livearcariously.com.
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Civil Engineering Club is an ASCE initiative to organize numerous clubs in the Denver-Metro area high schools to train the students on the design process methodology with hands on simplified Civil Engineering projects. The clubs will also assist the future engineers understand the basic concepts of engineering and how to apply mathematics to engineering. The guidance provided by the CECs will be at a high school level approved by the school faculty.
We are looking for volunteers and partners with broad experience with various aspects of civil engineering to help us to achieve our goals. Please click here to find out how you can help us.
Infrastructure Report Card 2013
Every family and business needs infrastructure to thrive – from your road to work, to your internet, to the pipes bringing clean water to your house. In a new app format, the American Society of Civil Engineers' 2013 Report Card for America's Infrastructure puts the most comprehensive and clear reference available on America's infrastructure in your pocket.
View the National Report Card
View the Colorado State Report Card