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



Established in 1916, the ASCE Michigan Section is one of the largest and most active Sections maintaining over 2,500 members. There are 6 active Branches in Michigan including the Northwest, Western, Saginaw Valley, Southwest, Lansing/Jackson, and Southeast. Civil Engineers in Michigan are encouraged to join ASCE to develop leadership skills, enhance their knowledge of the latest technology and engineering practices, and to network with other civil engineering professionals.



Michigan Infrastructure Conference

May 9, 2018, Kellogg Center, East Lansing

Schedule and Registration information coming soon!


Michigan Infrastructure Report Card Press Conference

After more than a year of hard work, the ASCE Michigan Section is ready to release the 2018 Infrastructure Report Card for Michigan. A significant number of hours were put into this report by several very dedicated members. ASCE MI Section president Myndi Bacon and past president Steve Waalkes co-chaired a committee to collect the data and write the report. The report will cover 13 categories of infrastructure including: aviation, bridges, dams, drinking water, energy, navigation, rail, roads, schools, solid waste, stormwater, transit and wastewater. The ASCE National office has also been helpful in reviewing and editing the report to make sure it is up to the standards put in place by ASCE.

A press conference has been scheduled to announce the release of the Report Card:

Date:         Tuesday, March 6

Time:         11:30 a.m.

Location:   Michigan State Capitol Building

                    Room 405

                    100 N Capitol Ave.

                    Lansing, MI 48933

Speakers: Sen. Tom Casperson, (R-Escanaba), Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee; Myndi Bacon, President, ASCE MI Section; Ron Brenke, Executive Director, ASCE MI Section; Steve Kepley, Mayor, City of Kentwood; and Lance Binoniemi, V.P. Government Affairs, Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association

ASCE Michigan members are encouraged to share the report with colleagues, friends and family. After the press conference, the full report will be available at www.infrastructurereportcard.org/michigan. The press conference can be viewed on Facebook live at: @FixMIState

A special thanks to MITA for providing the services of public relations firm Martin Waymire to help organize the press conference and promote the Report Card release.