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Engineer's Charter

  • Corruption in the global construction industry is a huge economic burden estimated to approach $500 billion dollars annually.  It occurs in every country regardless of the form of government, the level of development, or geographic location.  ASCE is raising awareness of the real costs of corruption by being a catalyst for cooperation by being a catalyst for cooperation and action by engineers worldwide.  

    The Engineers Charter

    ASCE is asking individual engineers around the world to sign an Engineer's Charter: Combating Corruption in Engineering and Construction, and has promoted the charter in various locations including Cairo, Warsaw, Rome, Latin America, Asia and Puerto Rico.  This is an important way for the world's engineering community to help improve the welfare and quality of life for populations around the globe.  

    Add your signature to the Charter

    Signing the Engineer's Charter shows your commitment to developing actions that will lead to zero tolerance for bribery, fraud, and corruption in engineering and construction.  To add your name to the list of signatories:

    • Read the Charter in any of these languages: English   Spanish  Chinese  Arabic
    • Fill in all information fields below and click "Submit"
  • Fill out my online form.
  • If you would like a full copy of the list please email professional@asce.org.

    Recent Signatories 

    • Sahadeo R. BhagwandinLouis Berger USA, New York, New YorkJanuary 2, 2017
    • David Erik Kristopher Jorgensen, EITKiewit Building Group, Omaha, NebraskaJanuary 3, 2017
    • Chittireddy Deepak ReddyJavaharlal Technological University, Hyderabad, IndiaFebruary 6, 2017
    • Hon Fung ChanEast Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, CaliforniaFebruary 11, 2017
    • Audra MorseTexas Tech University, Lubbock, TexasFebruary 14, 2017
    • Ralph E. Truszkowski, P.E.Maverick Water Resources, Midland, TexasFebruary 21, 2017
    • Isaac F. Washington, CMIT, CSPE, MBA, A.M.ASCEAdministrative Engineer Manager, MTA Bridges and Tunnels, New York, New YorkMarch 17, 2017
    • Michael A. Amos P.E.Amos Engineering, LLC, Fairhope, AlaskaMarch 20, 2017
    • Galpottage Damith Dhakshana Perera, M.ASCE, Sr.MIES, GMICERatmalana, Western, Sri LankaMarch 21, 2017
    • Gergis W William, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCEAECOM, Morgantown, West VirginiaMarch 24, 2017
    • Mark Anthony SantiagoIntertectra Qatar WLL, Bulacan, PhilippinesApril 11, 2017
    • Nowell Verghese PhilipsUniversity of California Irvine, Irvine, CaliforniaApril 12, 2017
    • Phillip Crouse, P.E.Stantec Consulting, Inc., Denver ColoradoApril 20, 2017
    • Darin Galloway, P.E.Sierra Overhead Analytics, Inc., Reno, NevadaMay 4, 2017
    • Dr. Kamal LaksiriCeylon Electricity Board, Colombo, Sri LankaMay 10, 2017
    • Edward Major IIWhitney, Bailey, Cox, and Magnani, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMay 23, 2017
    • Robert Blackwell, P.E., M.ASCESantee Cooper,Moncks Corner, South CarolinaJune 6, 2017
    • Patricio W. Sanchez, P.E., SPEC, M.NSPE, M.ASCE, M.SPESanTech Upstream, LLC, Farmington, New MexicoJune 10, 2017
    • Christopher B. Stryffeler, P.E., M.ASCES&ME, Greenville, South CarolinaJune 14, 2017
    • Michael H. Hanna, P.E., M.ASCEHanna Engineering, Florence, South CarolinaJune 15, 2017
    • Joel DanielCopper Creek Group, La Habra, CaliforniaJune 17, 2017
    • Iseunifeoluwa AkinkugbePennsylvania State University, State College, PA, NigeriaJune 27, 2017
  • Hold a Ring Ceremony at your Section or Branch to induct members into the Order of the Engineer as an expression of their commitment to practicing engineering with integrity and high technical and professional standards.

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