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Improving your agency.
 Improving yourself.

Your company and your skills grow with ASCE.

Peer Review for Public Agencies

ASCE's Peer Review for Public Agencies is a cost effective, customized management evaluation process for government engineering agencies and their subdivisions of all sizes.

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Resources

Diversity by Design coverHow do you staff your practice for the 21st century? Make it diverse. Learn to serve your community more effectively by hiring professionals that reflect its diversity.

Manual: Diversity by Design

Journal: Leadership and Management in Engineering, Diversity Special Issue

Webinar on Career Off-ramping

Encouraging the Return of Stay-at-Home Mothers to the Engineering Profession

ASCE eCareer Mentoring

Share Wisdom. Get Guidance. Connect Online.

ASCE believes in the power of mentoring – and we’re committed to bringing our members the online tools to form mentoring relationships and encourage professional and personal growth through shared experiences.

Leadership and Management Journals

Do you need fresh new ideas and insights to help you grow as a leader and improve your management skills?

ASCE publishes several quarterly journals that focus on the many challenges that face leaders of today, with an emphasis on providing leaders with information that will help them navigate to a successful tomorrow.

Journal of Management in Engineering
Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction
Leadership and Management in Engineering  

 

Career Paths in Engineering

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This brochure provides paths to achieve a position in the organization of your choice.

Browse Contract Documents

The EJCDC has released the new 2013 editions of the Construction Series (C-series) documents. The 24 documents in the new edition of EJCDC’s C-series are specifically written for use on public and private engineered-facility projects.  They are the first choice for infrastructure and public works construction in the United States.  The C-series focus is on projects in which the owner retains an engineering firm to prepare drawings and specifications, then, separately engages a construction contractor to perform the work. Note: Since the USDA RUS will not approve the 2013 edition immediately, the 2007 editions will still be needed for RUS funding. 

EJCDC includes the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Council of Engineering Companies, the Professional Engineers in Private Practice Division of the National Society of Professional Engineers, the Associated General Contractors of America, and the participation of more than fifteen other organizations.