Region 10 is the home of ASCE international members and covers all countries outside of North America.
International Section, Branches and Groups of ASCE are formed to promote the technical and professional development of members through meetings and study of local engineering practice. ASCE encourages the spirit of cooperation among engineering and with other engineering societies in matters of common interest.
Region 10 Member Count: 32,953
Middle East & Africa
Any country may establish an International Group. After operating successfully for one year, a Group may petition for upgrade to an International Section.
Request a Letter of Invitation to attend an ASCE event.
The ASCE Distinguished Service Medal Award in Region 10 was established to recognize distinguished service to ASCE through service to Region 10.
There are ASCE student chapters in all 50 states, and many countries around the world. Is there one at your university? Check and see, and if not— start one!
ASCE has agreements of cooperation to promote collaboration with 84 engineering organizations in 66 countries around the world.
ASCE participates in several international engineering federations such as ACECC, UPADI, WFEO, and ECCE.
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Global Link - International Activities
New rolling bridge concept opens in east London
The bridge boasts vertical square hoops and is powered by hand.
How Big Ben’s Elizabeth Tower was refurbished
The London icon was originally completed in 1859.
What is known about the earthquake damage in Turkey and Syria?
About 160,000 buildings were damaged or destroyed in the recent earthquakes.
Project Highlight: Modular steel footbridge spans famed Scottish falls
Modular construction helped protect the environmentally sensitive site.
Fast Forward: Car-free Icelandic bridge design would lower emissions
Sinusoidal concrete arches would form bus backbone for Iceland’s capital area.
Project Highlight: Master plan expands development and ecological zones in Cyprus
New plan would double public waterfront, rewild canals, and rebuild dunes.
Book highlights how anxiety can be a leadership superpower
Ray Bert reviews Morra Aarons-Mele’s “The Anxious Achiever.”
‘Risk play park’ requires innovative engineering in Australia
The playground features large boulders on what appear to be wheeled dollies.
Project Highlight: Feather-shaped design selected for northeast China airport
Changchun Longjia’s new Terminal 3 building expects to handle 22 million passengers...
Book review: On food infrastructure and urban growth
Ray Bert takes a look at Andrew Deener's book, The Problem with...
Region 10 Governors oversee the operation of all the International Sections, Branches, and Groups, and assist the Society in governing its International members.
The Board approves the creation of new Sections, Branches and Groups as well as proposed International Student and Younger Member Groups. Aside from the Region 10 Board of Governors, the Region 10 Assembly, made up of all Section and Branch Presidents, serves as an advisory board intended to provide informal input to the Region 10 Board of Governors.
Board of Governors
April J. Lander,
MEM, JP, ENV SP, A.M.ASCE
Elias Boutros Sayah,
Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE
Past Region Director
Panagiotis Andreas Chatzipanos,
Ph.D., P.E. M.ASCE
Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE
Saliu A. Lawal,
Ph.D., C.Eng., M.ASCE
Olga Lucila Marin,
ASCE Staff Contact