Welcome to the home page of the St. Louis Section of ASCE. The Section actually encompasses the Eastern half of Missouri and five Illinois counties immediately to the east of St. Louis, serving over 1100 members and five area student chapters.
We support local future and current civil engineers (architectural; coasts, oceans, ports and rivers; construction; environmental and water resources; geotechnical; structural; transportation) in their chosen fields to make Missouri, the country, and the world a better and safer place to live.
Please feel free to contact any of our officers if we can be of assistance.
ASCE/ASLA Golf Scramble
Join us on Friday, August 7, 2015 for the Annual ASCE/ASLA Golf Tournament. We will be spending the afternoon at a new course this year, Forest Park Golf Course. Make plans to spend a great afternoon golfing, eating, drinking and raising money for the ASCE scholarship fund! Click here for more information and to register.
SIUE-ASCE Golf Scramble
ASCE will be hosting a golf outing on Saturday, September 26 at The Orchards Golf Club in Belleville, IL. (Attached is a registration form and more information about the event).
For those that are interested we encourage you to come out and enjoy a good meal afterwards. For those who are interning this semester or have jobs, we also encourage you to come out and brings some of your collegues and/ or boss! This is a great opportunity for students to meet engineers in the area as well as companies to market themselves or to meet and greet.
100th Anniversary Gala
The 100th Anniversary Gala was held on September 20, 2014. With over 120 in attendance, it was a great success and memorable occasion…which boasted an appearance by Capt. James Eads himself! Check out more photos capturing the excitement of the evening.
Proposed Amendments to Section By-Laws
In order to clarify language and provide better consistency among documents, the Board is proposing revisions to the St. Louis Section By-Laws. All section members will be able to vote on the proposal in the next several months. A copy of the revisions can be downloaded here. To view the current By-Laws, click on the "About ASCE" tab at the top of this page.
Report Card for Missouri's Infrastructure
The St. Louis Section collaborated with the Kansas City Section to develop a report card specifically for Missouri Infrastructure. The report card will be revealed on May 22nd at 7:30 AM in the Il Monastero Room on the Campus of St. Louis University (3050 Olive Street). All are welcome to attend. After the release, the report card can be viewed by clicking the cover below.
Report Card for America's Infrastructure
Every family and business needs infrastructure to thrive– from your road to work, to your internet, to the pipes bringing clean water to your house. In a new app format, the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure puts the most comprehensive and clear reference available on America’s infrastructure in your pocket. Complete with videos, state profiles, and interactive content, this app shows how your state’s infrastructure is doing and what needs attention. Share how America raise the grades and along with any part of the app with friends, coworkers, LinkedIn groups, or even your elected officials. Download the Report Card at www.infrastructurereportcard.org.
ASCE – St. Louis Section
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4359 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
Last updated: 07/27/15
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Welcome to online home of the St. Louis Section of ASCE. Our mission is to provide essential value to our members and partners, advance civil engineering, and serve the public good.
In carrying out that mission, the St. Louis Section:
- Advances technology
- Encourages lifelong learning
- Promotes professionalism and the profession
- Develops civil engineer leaders
- Advocates infrastructure and environmental stewardship
The St. Louis Civil Engineering community consists of global leaders building a better quality of life. Whether it’s the water we drink, the roads we drive, the buildings we live and work in, we are the stewards of the physical and naturally built environment.
As the oldest national engineering society in the US, we have a myriad of opportunities and benefits for our members. Please peruse the site for upcoming events in the calendar, for various activities shown in the newsletters, and information on how to become a member. Become a member of the ASCE and explore the endless possibilities.