Upcoming CSCE Events in 2021 - 2022:


May 27, 2021 - CSCE Virtual Lunch Meeting - Make Your Proposal Examples SHINE

Want to win more work for you, your team and your company? You’ve got to understand what appeals to the unique Selection Team you’re proposing to…and understand subconscious powers at play. In this training course, learn what’s really going on in a Selection Team’s brain and how to create examples in your proposals that help you stand out in a crowded field.

This meeting is sponsored by CSCE's Younger Members Group and the $10 fee collected as part of registration will assist the YM Group as it plans for the 2022 MRLC in Hartford, CT, on January 27-29, 2022.

Photo credit: Karen MorganAfter investing 20+ years in the AEC industry, Karen Morgan, PE (TX) founded DOTomation Consulting (dotomation.com). Her passion is helping great civil engineers (like you!) win more work through upgraded proposal management processes and targeted proposal writing.


June 16, 18, and 23, 2021 - CSCE SEI Structures Webinar Series - Earn 6 NYS PDHs

2021 SEI CT Chapter Webinar Series Flyers



July 31, 2021 - Deadline for ACE Award Applications

2021 ACE Awards Project Application

September 2021 - 14th Annual Achievement in Civil Engineering (ACE) Awards (rescheduled from May 18, 2021)

January 27-29, 2022 - ASCE 2022 Multi Region Leadership Conference (MRLC) - Hartford, CT

       2022 Sponsorship Information

Please visit www.ctmrlc.com for more information about the 2022 Multi Region Leadership Conference (MRLC).

A special thank you to our already committed sponsors! 


The CSCE of the present is the result of a merger of two organizations that occurred more than 35 years ago. The Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers was founded in 1884, while the Connecticut Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers was founded in 1919. In 1958, the Section had 523 members. In 1955 (the nearest comparable year for reliable numbers), the Society had 1,033 members. The two organizations met separately until they merged in 1981, by mutual vote of membership, to become the Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers Section of American Society of Civil Engineers or CSCE.