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2014 New Faces of Civil Engineering -- Professional

ASCE's 2014 New Faces of Civil Engineering – Professional Edition

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Congratulations to each of the following early-career civil engineers whose achievements and promise have made them worthy of selection by ASCE as the 2014 New Faces of Civil Engineering - Professional Edition. Get to know them via profiles on each, plus videos submitted by many.

•  Eset Alemu, P.E., M.ASCE, hydraulic engineer, WEST Consultants, Bellevue, WA   Video
•  Lanelle Ezzard, A.M.ASCE, Engineer I, AECOM, Atlanta, GA   Video
•  Kimberly Gee, A.M.ASCE, bridge engineer, NCM Engineering Corporation, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
•  Julia Bower Green, P.E., M.ASCE, nuclear development engineer, Southern Company, Birmingham, AL   Video
•  James Hambleton, Ph.D., A.M.ASCE, research academic, University of Newcastle, Callaghan, New South Wales, Australia   Video
•  Matt Landschoot, P.E., M.ASCE, geotechnical engineer, Environmental & Geotechnical Specialist, Inc. (EGS), Jacksonville, FL   Video
•  Ravi Shah, P.E., M.ASCE, assistant project manager, HDR, Irvine, CA   Video
•  Tyler Troast, P.E., M.ASCE, project manager, Tishman Construction, New York, NY
•  Sean Walsh, P.E., M.ASCE, project geotechnical engineer, Eustis Engineering Services, LLC, New Orleans, LA   Video
•   Natalie Weiershausen, P.E.,ENV SP, M.ASCE, project engineer, Klotz Associates, Inc., Houston, TX   Video

For 11 years, ASCE's New Faces of Civil Engineering – Professional Edition has honored rising civil engineers under the age of 30 who are already making notable contributions to the profession and to society. View profiles of honorees from each of the past 10 years by clicking on each year in the left column above. The nomination period for 2015 will open late next summer; watch for details as the time nears.

ASCE submits honorees to the DiscoverE Foundation for consideration for its overall New Faces of Engineering, announced during National Engineers Week each February. DiscoverE's inclusive award also honors young professionals in the mechanical, electrical, chemical, industrial and manufacturing engineering specialties. The winners gain national exposure in a full-page advertisement in USA Today, as well as announcements in industry and local media.

ASCE's New Faces of Civil Engineering – College Edition, in its second year, will announce its 2013 class of honorees in December.