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Congratulations to the Purdue University Northwest, winner of the 2023 society-wide ASCE UESI Surveying Competition!

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ASCE UESI Surveying Competition

About the competition

The ASCE UESI Surveying Competition’s educational and professional goals include a recognition of the importance of basic surveying principles to all civil engineering projects. Students will be required to use standard field and office equipment and procedures to solve common problems encountered in industry. A clear understanding of and ability to apply basic surveying principles will assist the graduate civil engineer in communicating and working with the surveying professionals on the job site and during the design process.

Rules and RFIs

The ASCE UESI Surveying Competition rules describe five tasks: a topographic mapping project with a presentation and four field tasks. Student teams should read these rules thoroughly and seek clarifications as necessary.

The competition provides a “Requests for Information (RFI)” period so that student teams can ask questions about the rules. See the rules document for where and when to send RFIs as well as how to access the responses.

View the 2024 rules (PDF)

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ASCE Civil Engineering Student Championships

Congratulations to our winners:

Concrete Canoe Competition: California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Sustainable Solutions Competition: Georgia Institute of Technology
ASCE UESI Surveying Competition: Purdue University Northwest

We look forward to seeing you next year at Brigham Young University June 20-22, 2024!

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Eligibility for Student Symposia Competitions and Society-wide Competition Finals

Review the qualifications required of all ASCE Student Chapters to compete at the Student Symposia Competitions and in order to advance to ASCE Society-wide Competition Finals.

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