February Section Meeting
San Martin Drive Pedestrian Improvements: Project Overview & Lessons Learned
February 13 | 6pm
The Engineer's Club, Baltimore, Maryland
Recently, Johns Hopkins University (Homewood Campus) spent $15M to make improvements along San Martin Drive which Improve pedestrian safety and connectivity; Address drainage issues and provide much needed stormwater management treatment in the Stony Run Watershed; and provide aesthetic improvements to the corridor.
The presentation will include an overview of the structural, geotechnical, stormwater, maintenance of traffic, general civil, and construction methods used to accomplish this project. The design team included RK&K and Ayers Saint Gross and the General Contractor was Whiting Turner.
This project won the Maryland ACEC Grand Award in 2018.
March 9, 2019, 6-10p
Strap on your fanny pack and pop your favorite mix tape into your walkman! Let's Celebrate the 25th Annual Maryland Section ASCE Scholarship Fundraiser 90's Style!
Putt Put, Cornhole, Buffet, Desserts, Beer, Wine & More!
902 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, MD 21204
Sponsor and Build a Putt Putt Hole!
Please note this event is open to those age 18+ only.
Proceeds benefit endowments at the three universities in Maryland that provide civil engineering programs: the John’s Hopkins University, Morgan State University, and the University of Maryland.If you cannot attend the event, please consider making a Sponsorship donation. Those donations go directly to the university endowments. ASCE Maryland is a 501(c)(3) organization.
UESI MD CHAPTER KICK-OFF EVENT
Friday, March 8th | 9:00AM - 4:30PM
Sponsored and hosted by Structural Technologies at 10150 Old Columbia Road, Columbia, MD 21046
The Maryland Chapter of UESI is proud to announce its formation and mission of promoting excellence in the engineering, planning, design, construction, operations, and asset management for utility infrastructure and engineering surveying. The UESI Chapter is going to thrive with active participation from local agencies, consultants, and industry partners. The kick-off event features a full day of local speakers sharing relevant information on priority projects, engineering best practices, and asset management strategies.
Randy Brown, first president's message is now available!
In the course of the past and current year, we have been moving the Section towards taking advantage of the digital age and the skills of the next generation of leaders. We have a new and improved website that continues to be updated with current material and user-friendly features.
One of our goals for this year is to increase support and connection with the Branches and Institutes. We are excited to have a new institute, Utility Engineering and Surveying.
I am pleased to report that the movie “Dream Big: Engineering our World,” will be placed in every public middle and high school in Maryland. This movie shows the important work engineers do, helping to heighten interest and change perceptions about the profession.