ASCE has three strategic initiatives that guide our work.
Propose practical solutions to maintain and modernize our nation’s deteriorating infrastructure
Increase education requirements for engineering licensure to better protect the public in the future
Embrace and encourage civil engineers’ role as contributors to a sustainable world
We need your help to get Congress and state legislatures to take action on the things that matter most to civil engineers.
Congressman Michaud's Letter to President Obama on Project Development
ASCE Comments on the Waters of the U.S. Proposed Rule
Fix the Highway Trust Fund
Transportation Funding Reauthorization
California: Invest in Statewide Water Infrastructure Improvements
Massachusetts: Say No to Aging Infrastructure
Texas: Support a Dedicated State Highway Trust Fund
By May of 2015 America's transportation programs will be out of money. Tell Congress you want to see a long-term solution to fund our nation's transportation needs. Take action with ASCE at
America's Infrastructure Report Card is out!
Find out the grades and how you can help
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