The ASCE Annual Report provides a look at the highlights of the Society's efforts for the year.

New Code of Ethics

  • The 1st comprehensive revision in 46 years
  • 1 preamble governing engineers' careers with 4 fundamental principles
  • 5 stakeholders maintaining an engineer's ethical responsibilities
  • 9 task committee members
  • Feedback collected from 1,500+ member comments

Connect

  • 3,300+ attended ASCE virtual conferences and events
  • 24 Thursdays @3 roundtable discussions with 900+ participants
  • 11,500+ members connected via ASCE Collaborate
  • 800+ members partcipiate in ASCE Mentor Match
  • 8,400+ members participated on ASCE committees
  • 7 virtual student workshops with 950+ attendees
  • 21,500+ tuned in to the Community Calls podcast series

Influence

  • 8 state and local Infrastructure Report Cards released: Puerto Rico, Colorado, California (Inland Empire), Maryland, Mississippi, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Arizona
  • Key contacts participated in 80 key alerts sending 12,000+ emails to federal, state, and local elected officials
  • 11,300+ members participated in ASCE's Key Contact program
  • Made 1,000+ connections with congressional offices during a Week of Action
  • 13 projects verified using Envision sustainable infrastructure rating system representing $82 billion in infrastructure
  • 1,350+ earned the designation ISI Envision Sustainability profession (ENV SPs)
  • 12,800+ ASCE media mentions
  • Countless efforts to advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion

Advance

  • 70,000+ page views on the new Civil Engineering Source in its first month
  • 90,000+ subscribers to the new AI-driven newsletter delivered to members
  • 17 million page views on ASCE Library
  • 4.65 million full-text downloads from ASCE Library
  • 1,035 ExCEEd Teaching Workshops graduates since 1999
  • 98,600+ PDHs awarded through Continuing Education
  • 320+ unique registrations for various sessions of the new virtual ExCEEd
  • 55 new Continuing Education programs developed
  • 17 new student chapters formed

Celebrate

  • 10 Outstanding Civil engineering Achievement (OCEA) honor awards, which 1 Bronze, 1 Silver, and 1 OCEA winner
  • 5 Outstanding Project and Leader (OPAL) achievement award winners
  • 96 new ASCE Fellows
  • 8 Distinguished Members, Class of 2020
  • 20 New Faces of Engineering: 10 for Collegiate edition, 10 for Professional edition
  • 3 History and Heritage landmarks designated: states of AK, MI, & LA

Engage

  • 340,100+ ASCE Facebook likes
  • 53,600+ Twitter followers
  • 25,900+ YouTube subscribers
  • 6,000+ Instagram followers
  • 50,500+ new followers on ASCE's LinkedIn Company Page for 165,400+ followers
  • 262,000 in ASCE's LinkedIn Group

Global

  • 86 Agreements of Cooperation with international organizations in 58 countries
  • Out of 196 countries in the world, ASCE has members in 177 of them
  • 17 international sections
  • 6 branches
  • 12 international groups
  • 84 international student chapters
  • 72% of accepted journal papers are from outside the U.S.