Region 2 Director's Report
Jack A. Raudenbush, P.E., F.ASCE, your Region 2 Director is a member of the Central Pennsylvania Section. Jack will be representing you at the next Board meeting on October 27 and 28, 2020.
While all ASCE members have participated in virtual meetings and events over the past few months, we must and will continue to improve the experience on these “screens”. Many Sections and Branches haven’t lost a step and continued their regular events via virtual meeting platforms. To keep ASCE’s place in each of our fall schedules, please remember to sign up for your monthly meetings and take advantage of being able to participate in others Sections/Branches events as most have opened up their registrations to all members. A couple Society events that I highly recommend:
MD ASCE 2020 Report Card
2020 ASCE Maryland Infrastructure Report Card Committee Members
Kofi Acheampong, P.E., PhD, ENV SPMehmet Boz, P.E., PhDWilliam T. CarverMilani Chatterji-LenGerald Dougherty, P.E.Mark Gutberlet, P.E.Robert Healy, P.E.Nicole Huang, EIT, CFMChuck Lacey, Jr., P.E.Amber LongCharles W. W. Mitchell, III, P.E.Elisa C. Mitchell, P.E.Carrie Nicholson, P.E. Michael O’Connor, P.E.Kwabena Ofori-Awuah, P.E.Franz Alex Ollerman, P.E.Megan Peal, P.E.Mike Perrotta, P.E., AICPPaul A. PetzrickBrian Post, P.E.Alejandra RevillaDenise Sarchiapone, P.E.Tom Sprehe, P.E., BCEEAli Guihua Wang, P.E., PhD, BCEE Timothy Wolfe
The 2020 Report Card for Maryland’s Infrastructure was released during a virtual press conference March 19, 2020.
The 2020 Report Card for Maryland’s Infrastructure covers 12 categories - aviation, bridges, dams, drinking water, energy, ports, rail, roads, solid waste, stormwater, transit, and wastewater. It was compiled by a committee of 25 civil engineers across Maryland who volunteered their time to collect and analyze publicly available data, prepare and review their findings, and present their conclusions. The committee worked with the national staff of ASCE and ASCE’s Committee on America’s Infrastructure to provide a snapshot of the state of Maryland’s infrastructure. With a commitment to serve and protect the public, the committee compiled the Report Card as a public, voluntary service to citizens and policymakers to inform them about Maryland’s infrastructure needs.