ASCE recently designated 15 projects as Game Changers, adding to the 41 projects and 24 trends announced in 2015 at the outset of the Game Changers project. Among the new Game Changers: the new, resilient San Francisco International Airport’s air traffic control tower.
ASCE Game Changers represent the top trends and innovative projects shaping the future of water, energy, freight, and transportation infrastructure. Selected projects and trends spotlight groundbreaking technology and creative thinking to solve problems facing the nation’s infrastructure.
Game Changers span the 16 categories of infrastructure graded in ASCE’s Report Card for America’s Infrastructure.
Learn more about how each Game Changer is shaping the future of infrastructure.
ORANGE COUNTY YMF Showing solidarity with the larger Section
Photo courtesy OC YMF
The Orange County Branch Younger Member Forum recently sent officers to the Los Angeles Section Annual Meeting Installation of Officers and Awards Luncheon at the Queen Mary in Long Beach. Follow the OC Branch.
IN ASCE’S CIVIL ENGINEERING ONLINE
Engineering proven to enhance nations’ economic development
A new report by Britain's Royal Academy of Engineering finds that, globally, countries that invest the most in engineering reap economic benefits. See how they quantified the finding and where the United States and other countries rank in ASCE's Civil Engineering online.
IN ASCE’S CIVIL ENGINEERING ONLINE
Protein process a potential breakthrough in water treatment
Researchers have developed a means to bind proteins to antibodies to target harmful organisms in the water supply. The advance has the potential to improve water treatment, especially in the developing world. Explore the breakthrough in ASCE's Civil Engineering online.
Great outreach event or other activity? Let the whole Region know!
If you’re a local ASCE leader and your Section, Branch, Younger Member Group, or Student Chapter has staged any special events, engaged in outreach from grade-school kids to lawmakers, done charity work, fund raising or anything of the sort, let ASCEnews Weekly know and we may include it in next month’s Region report. You may already have written about it and posted pictures in your newsletter, website, or social media. Share the details and any photos at asce.org/localnews. Got questions? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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