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Industry Leaders Council

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Experienced leaders.
Leading solutions.

Harnessing the perspectives of industry leaders to identify emerging trends and develop innovative solutions.  

About the Industry Leaders Council

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The ASCE Industry Leaders Council (ILC) engages senior leaders from all areas of engineering to identify emerging industry trends impacting the civil engineering profession; identify innovative approaches and solutions to infrastructure challenges; and partner with ASCE to drive change in the industry and the profession.

Members

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Membership in the Industry Leaders Council provides opportunities for collaboration on key challenges facing the profession such as workforce development, sustainability, project delivery improvement, risk management.

Insights Podcast

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Listen to the ASCE Insights Podcast and gain unique insights and perspectives from today's leading minds and individuals regarding issues affecting our profession.

Moving from Awareness to Action

Summit: Guiding Principles for the Nation's Critical Infrastructure

Events

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Meetings of the Industry Leaders Council are by invitation only.  To learn more about recent meetings and activities, click here.

Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure

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The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) is an independent non-profit organization tasked with developing and administering a sustainability rating system for North American infrastructure.

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Employers

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ASCE offers many products and services to help employers support their engineering staff from Continuing Education to Professional Membership.

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ASCE's Annual Legislative Fly-In

Every spring, ASCE members travel to Washington, D.C, to participate in the Legislative Fly-In, an intensive two-day program that provides participants with an inside look at the political process.

Younger Members

ASCE offers a full range of activities and programs for Younger Members, defined as ASCE members 35 years of age or younger.