• Earn up to 8 PDHs

    Earn up to 8 PDHs

  • Centennial Commerative Book

    Centennial Commerative Book

    Available to Conference attendees at discounted price
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    Participating Organizations

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Conference

June 3, 2016: ASCE NCS Centennial Anniversary Conference

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The ASCE National Capital Section was chartered on June 23, 1916. Please join us on June 3, 2016 (Friday) at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. as ASCE-NCS celebrates its 100-year anniversary. Our Centennial Anniversary Conference features distinguished speakers discussing the sectors and organizations that they represent, including past accomplishments and future challenges, as well as providing their perspectives on the future of civil infrastructure and the engineering profession.

ITEM DESCRIPTION
WHEN Friday, June 3, 2016, 7:30am - 6:00pm
WHERE The National Press Club, 529 14th Street NW, 13th Floor, Washington, DC
FEE $195
Option 1 $15 additional with registration for Networking Reception (5:00pm - 6:00 pm)
Option 2 $30 (normally $45) additional with registration for Centennial Commemorative Book
PDH Up to 8 Professional Development Hours awarded for full attendance

 

Our keynote speaker is Major General Mark Yenter, P.E., Deputy Commanding General for Military and International Operations, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Major General Yenter is responsible for policy, programming, and technical support in the execution of more than $18 billion of design, construction, and environmental programs. The selection of Major General Yenter as our keynote speaker is most fitting as it was the Army Chief of Engineers who led the formation of the National Capital Section more than 100 years ago. Major General Yenter will discuss the Corps’ distinguished history of planning, building, and sustaining infrastructure across the nation and around the world.

Other speakers draw from various reaches of the infrastructure and civil engineering community, including from the fields of transportation, utilities, facilities, environmental, geotechnical, water resources, sustainability, and construction. This includes: Mr. Mark Woodson, P.E., D.WRE, ASCE National President; Mr. Victor Mendez, P.E., U.S. Deputy Secretary of Transportation; Ms. Barbara Rusinko, P.E., President of Bechtel National; Mr. Andrew Off, P.E., PMP, WMATA Assistant General Manager for Rail Services; Ms. Liliana Maldonado, P.E., BCEE, DC Water Director of Engineering and Technical Services; Mr. Shapour Ebadi, CCM, General Services Administration Project Executive for the Dept. of Homeland Security headquarters; Dr. Bob Kapsch, Ph.D., AIA, author of Building Washington; and many more.