Institutes & Committees

Chesapeake Bay Environmental Water Resources Institute, Maryland Chesapeake Bay Chapter (CBEWRI)

Chesapeake Bay Environmental Water Resources Institute is an EWRI CHapter whose mission is to advance the science and profession of engineering in the Environmental and Water Resources disciplines by:
    • Promoting policies and practices that enhance environmental and water resources issues within the Chesapeake Bay region.
    • Facilitating dialogue between engineers, environmental scientists, developers, government agencies, citizens groups, and other stakeholders with the objective of better understanding and increasing the effectiveness of environmental and water resources enhancement policies and practices.
    • Contributing to the betterment of environmental and water resources polices.
Soil Nails: Soil nail reinforced slope stabilization system (photograph courtesy of Raudenbush Engineering)
Geo-
Institute

The Maryland Chapter of the Geo-Institute is a formal chapter of the national Geo-Institute of the ASCE.  Our chapter holds meetings a few times a year as speakers and topics of interest are available.

Structural Engineering Institute

The Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) is a vibrant community of more than 20,000 structural engineers within the American Society of Civil Engineers. SEI started on October 1, 1996 in order to serve the unique needs of the structural engineering community while influencing change on broader issues that shape the entire civil engineering community.

Younger Members

The Younger Members are a group of civil engineers age 35 and younger who are interested in promoting their profession and careers through education, social events and charitable activities.

Bridge at Mill Run: Foundation and bridge design and wetland mitigation by Raudenbush Engineering
Soil nail reinforced slope stabilization system (photograph courtesy of Raudenbush Engineering)