CI provides professionals, students, and organizations resources to enhance skills, network, and shape the future of the industry by participating in technical activities, conferences, and the development of internationally recognized standards.
The Institute has eight standing committees, called Councils, each of which is chaired by a member of the CI board. Each Council has a number of technical committees reporting to it, which collect information on various technical and industry issues and disseminate it to the ASCE and CI membership.
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ASCE Collaborate is an online collaborative platform to connect and engage ASCE members. It provides a dynamic members-only community to network, collaborate and share. You can share ideas, discuss challenges, post questions, search for other members, and much more. Join a discussion today!
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CI Student Days provides students the information and tools they need to stand out in a competitive job market, while providing engineering recruiters with unique opportunities to get up close and personal with a stellar pool of candidates.
CI Summit is a unique opportunity for construction professionals to meet face to face with fellow engineers, to discuss shared problems and solutions, and to hear from some of the most influential leaders in the industry.
Take Advantage of our Wide Range of Continuing Education Opportunities. Earn CEUs/PDHs and stay up-to-date on the latest in civil engineering.
CI produces many publications including standards, manuals of practice, committee reports, books, and journals. These books and standards, as well as others published by ASCE, help CI members stay current with industry changes.
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Rebar Cage Construction and Safety
Rebar Cage Construction and Safety: Best Practices presents guidelines for the safe handling of steel reinforcing-bar (rebar) cages throughout the design, fabrication, and erection process. The focus is on rebar cages used for large, cast-in-place concrete columns in a variety of settings, including bridge piers, elevated highway sections, and high-rise buildings.
Whether you are interested in volunteering once or on a recurring basis, remotely or in person, as an CI member, you can dedicate your time and expertise to a cause that is important to you.
As a member of CI, you have the opportunity to participate on up to two of these committees.
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The Construction Institute offers individuals and organizations working in all sectors of the construction industry the opportunity to network with other professionals by participating in:
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Students are chosen to participate in Student Days through a competitive application process. If your application is accepted, you will be invited to participate in the event, and your attendance will be subsidized by the Construction Institute of ASCE.
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