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The Utah Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) welcomes you to our website. The Utah Section began in 1916, so help us celebrate 100 years in 2016!

To the left is a Table of Contents for the site. Feel free to browse each of the links and remember to check back often for the latest news on Section activities.


**NEW** The Civil Source newsletter for May 2016 is now available! To access it, click on the Newsletter button at left and then click on May 2016, or click here.

**NEW** The Annual Utah Section of ASCE Meeting is just around the corner. Utah Governor Gary Herbert will be speaking, as well as our National ASCE President, Mark Woodson. Put it on your calendars for June 17, 2016 from 12 noon to 2:30 pm. To register, click here.

The Utah Section of ASCE has released its Infrastructure Report Card for Utah! For a pdf of the full report card, click here. We received a lot of good press coverage. Listed below are links to various news reports that are still available to read:

Deseret News: Civil engineers give Utah infrastructure a C+

Tribune: $60 billion needed over 20 years for Utah roads, water, waste facilities

Daily Herald: Civil Engineers give Utah infrastructure average marks

St. George Daily Spectrum: Civil engineers give average grades to Utah infrastructure

Washington Times: Civil Engineers give Utah infrastructure average marks


» To receive the Section newsletter, make sure your email information is current with ASCE National (see membership link below). The newsletter is emailed to those who have current email addresses.

» For the Section's Consitution, Bylaws and/or Duties & Procedures Manual, click on "Officers": For Branch Bylaws, click on "Branches" (at left).

» To change your ASCE info online, members can click on the following link to to view membership related info, then click on "Update My Profile" to sign and maintain your account:

» The Utah Section of ASCE is part of the Utah Engineers Council (Click to go to the UEC site)

»Click here to go to ASCE National Website

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