Welcome to the Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers

Upcoming CSCE Events in 2019:

September 10 - Dinner Meeting at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), New Britain, CT

Meeting Co-Sponsors: Structural Engineering Institute - Connecticut Chapter and the ASCE Student Chapter at CCSU

Topic: The New Goethals Bridge – Design Advancements

Speaker: Seth Condell, P.E., LEED AP / ENVISION SP, DBIA, NY/NJ Regional Bridge Practice Lead at Parsons


 

September 20 - 22nd Annual CSCE Fall Geotechnical Seminar

Topic: Advanced Geotechnical Characterization and Evaluation

Location: Four Points by Sheraton, Meriden, CT - PDHs are typically offered at this event

 

October 22 - Dinner Meeting at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Meeting Co-Sponsors: CSCE Water Resources Committee and the ASCE Student Chapter at UConn

Speaker: Jeanette Brown, P.E., BCEE, F.ASCE, D.WREAdjunct Professor Environmental Engineering at Manhattan College, ASCE Distinguished Member Class of 2019

Topic: Water Resources Topic


October 2019 - YM First Annual “Can-struction” Competition

  • Firms will use engineering and creative skills to build the best can-structure
  • Support local food pantries and compete against local firms

 

November 12 - Dinner Meeting at the University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT

Meeting Co-Sponsors: Geo-Institute - Connecticut River Valley and the ASCE Student Chapter at the University of Hartford

Speaker: Brock E. Barry, P.E., Ph.D., F.ASCE, United States Military Academy

Topic: The Role of Geotechnical Engineering in Military History
 

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.