Each year, ASCE presents more than 80 Society awards, including the Outstanding Projects and Leaders Awards (OPAL), the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Award, and Distinguished Membership to recognize the advancement of the engineering profession through the recognition of meritorious achievement, outstanding contributions, and excellence in published work.
Where would you like to be in your career fi ve, maybe ten years from now? How will you get there? ASCE gives you the resources to answer these questions. Visit the Career Resources portion of the Career Connections website and check out ASCE’s “Career Paths in Civil Engineering."
69 - Mentoring Programs
71 - Survive and Thrive
83 - “Guidelines for Engineering Grades”
Download standard contract documents that represent the latest and best thinking in contractual relations between all parties involved in engineering design and construction projects. Experienced engineering professionals, professional liability and risk management experts, and legal counsel prepare each Contract Document to help you reduce confl icts and avoid litigation during your projects.
ASCE’s diversity programs keep you abreast of trends, solutions, and programs to actively promote diversity and further inclusiveness within the Society and the Civil Engineering profession. These programs are aimed at increasing the retention and recruitment of a diverse civil engineering workforce.
As a civil engineer, you know that ethics is the cornerstone of your practice. ASCE provides the training, leadership, and expertise to ensure that you and your organization know the ethical practices to secure success and fairness in today’s complex world. With programs and resources, such as the Ethics Hotline, ASCE’s Code of Ethics, the Question of Ethics column, and more, you can always turn to ASCE to help you make the right ethical decisions.
99 - The “Insights” monthly podcast series brings you the perspectives of noted civil engineering industry leaders. Download each episode to your computer or mobile device, and listen when it’s convenient for you.
13 - Peer Review for Public Agencies ASCE provides a customized evaluation to help government engineering agencies improve the management and quality of their engineering services.
77 - Community Service Resources Use your professional skills to give back to your local community.
89 - The future of civil engineering lies in the hands of today’s faculty and engineering students. As a civil engineering educator, you can use the annual Excellence in Civil Engineering Education (ExCEEd) six-day workshop to develop the high-quality teaching methods and skills that will improve your teaching abilities.
Having an engineering license means you have accepted both the technical
and ethical obligations of the engineering profession and it marks you as a trusted, qualified professional in the eyes of your peers and the public.
Are you getting paid what you’re worth or paying what’s needed to attract top talent to your business? Now you can find out using the Engineering Income and Salary Survey, the profession’s definitive source for engineering salaries.