ASCE Code of Ethics

The ASCE Code of Ethics is the model for professional conduct for ASCE members.


Coming Soon


Low Impact Development

Low Impact Development - Stakeholder Advisory Group and Interested Parties,

Draft available December 6 -- Comments due by December 12, 2012

NEW Eastern Washington LID Guidance Document 30% DRAFT to be released December 6th for public comment. Comments are encouraged by using a response template that will be available when the DRAFT is released on the Washington Stormwater Center webpage.  All public comments are due back to the Washington Stormwater Center by Wednesday, December 12, 2012.

See the link below to the Washington Stormwater Center for more information:

Pavement Committee

The Pavement Committee was formed last spring to study the different types of pavement typically used in the Inland Northwest. The committee chair is Chris Sneider. For more information on this committee please read the attached documents.


  • Questionaire
  • Inland Empire Asphalt Pavement Study

Studded Tires

Here is some information and links on Studded Tires from a recent Section meeting presentation by Howard Hamby.


  • Random Thoughts
  • Studded Tires

Studded Tires Resolution

This Resolution to Ban Studded Tires was voted and approved at our Annual Section Meeting in January 2012.


  • Studded Tires Resolution 2012


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Student Funding

The Board of Directors of ASCE-IE sets aside money for each of the three student chapters (WSU, GU, and UI) in September. These funds are available by request until May of the following year. The amount of money set aside for student chapter activities will vary from year to year, but has historically been in the range of $500 per student chapter.  Read the documents below for more information about these funding opporunities.

Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.  Thank you.

Student Chapter



Washington State University

Pullman, WA

Gonzaga University

Spokane, WA

University of Idaho

Moscow Idaho

Community Service


The Inland Empire Section of ASCE has adopted a two mile portion of Interstate 90 from mile marker 275 to 277.  This section is located just west of Spokane between the Geiger Exit and the Medical Lake Exit. We are responsible for picking up trash on the shoulders in both directions three times a year.  The cleanup takes about 2 hours and ends with a lunch provided by ASCE-IE.    American Society of Civil Engineers name will be posted on the Adopt a Highway signs. 

If you are interested in this community service view the safety video on WSDOT Adopt-a-Highway Section and complete the Adopt a Highway Participation and Registration form  if you have not volunteered before with our group. [Note: we have completed forms on file for these individules: R. Broadwater, M. Faulise, J. Finger, S. Finger, M. Pannell, H. Pina, J. Sawyers. D. Updegrove, and E. Walters].

The sign up sheet is available here. The next cleanup will be scheduled around April, 2020.  We will meet in the parking lot of Denny's, 3711 S Geiger Blvd, Spokane, WA 99224, at 8:30am for check-in, a brief safety meeting, and assignments.  Brunch will be provided for you at Denny's or Jenny's once finished (approximately 11:00 am).  Contact Jeanne Finger (, 509-590-8576) for any questions.

Web Resources




Federal Government

Geoinfomatics & CAD





Education and Careers

Membership with ASCE enables a member with access to extensive resources  for continuing education, licensure, and community outreach for both professionals and students.

ASCE maintains this resource on their website at Education and Careers.