The Outstanding Technical Contribution Award and the Outstanding Professional Service Award are the highest awards offered by the Aerospace Division. These are awarded based on nominations from division committees, and selection by the Executive Committee.
Given to an individual who has contributed substantially to advancing the state of the art in aerospace engineering, sciences and technology, and space exploration and construction with application to civil engineering.
Given to an individual who has contributed substantially by an objective and lasting achievement in improving the conditions under which civil engineers advance aerospace sciences and technology and space exploration and construction.
The establishment of the Columbia Medal was initiated in 1982 by the Aerospace Division (ASD) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) to commemorate the first earth orbital flight of the United States Space-Shuttle Orbiter, Columbia, which opened a new technological era for mankind through the peaceful utilization of space. The medal also honors the astronauts who perished in the tragic demise of the Columbia on February 1, 2003.
Croes Medal, J. James R.
Friedman Professional Recognition Award, Edmund
Friedman Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement, Edmund
Huber Civil Engineering Research Prizes, Walter L.
Mead Prize for Students, Daniel W.
Mead Prize for Younger Members, Daniel W.
Noble Prize, Alfred
State-of-the-Art of Civil Engineering Award, ASCE
Wellington Prize, Arthur M.
Wilhoite Innovations in Transmission Line Engineering Award, Gene
The Aerospace Division was established in 1971 to apply emerging and advanced aerospace technologies to civil engineering practice.