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Infrastructure Report Card
Issued every four years, ASCE’s Report Card for America’s Infrastructure provides an in-depth assessment of the nation’s major infrastructure sectors.
From self-healing asphalt to energy produced from wastewater, Game Changers are transforming the built world around us.
Failure to Act Reports
ASCE’s Failure to Act economic report series shows the economic consequences of continued underinvestment in our nation’s infrastructure.
What is a structurally deficient bridge? What is a functionally obsolete bridge?
How does America’s infrastructure compare to other countries?
Can private money fix all of the nation's infrastructure?
How often does ASCE release a national report card?
What is my state’s report card grade? Why doesn't my state have a report card?
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Each year, hundreds of college students construct canoes out of concrete. At the National Concrete Canoe Competition the teams compete in races and presentations to win the Civil Engineering Cup.
The Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Award honors a project that best illustrates superior civil engineering skills while offering a significant contribution to society.
ASCE assembles civil engineering teams to evaluate infrastructure after natural disasters. The team outlines its findings in damage assessment reports, offering insight that will enhance public safety.