ASCE El Paso Branch

ASCE El Paso Branch The El Paso Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Founded December 15, 1946.

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"Our work has never been more critical. Our concern for each other has never been more important.Full statement: https:/...
06/09/2020

"Our work has never been more critical. Our concern for each other has never been more important.

Full statement: https://info.asce.org/unity"

Our work has never been more critical. Our concern for each other has never been more important.

Full statement: https://info.asce.org/unity

I don’t know if we look like pros, but we’re certainly proud to represent the El Paso Branch at the 2020 ASCE Texas–Mexi...
03/10/2020

I don’t know if we look like pros, but we’re certainly proud to represent the El Paso Branch at the 2020 ASCE Texas–Mexico Student Symposium.

-Chris

Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc.
03/02/2020

Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc.

Members of our #ElPaso office visited Ysleta Young Women's Leadership Academy to talk with #STEM students about #engineering. Making edible concrete was also part of the presentation! #womeninengineering ASCE El Paso Branch

Read about American Society of Civil Engineers UTEP Chapter's visit to IBWC's American Dam and El Paso's only National H...
02/27/2020
A History of Engineering on the Southern Border - American Society of Civil Engineers - Texas Section

Read about American Society of Civil Engineers UTEP Chapter's visit to IBWC's American Dam and El Paso's only National Historical Civil Engineering Landmark, the International Boundary Marker No. 1!

Featured on https://www.texasce.org/news/
Texas Section ASCE, The American Society of Civil Engineers

By Rey Pallera Last December, a group of students from the University of Texas at El Paso ASCE Student Chapter went on a tour of the American Diversion Dam and Monument One. The tour was led by the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC), where a number of alumni from the UTEP civil engin...

Gilbert Trejo, PE and Chief Technical Officer with EPWU presenting on alternative strategy for project delivery at the F...
02/18/2020

Gilbert Trejo, PE and Chief Technical Officer with EPWU presenting on alternative strategy for project delivery at the February general meeting.

ASCE El Paso Branch
01/30/2020

ASCE El Paso Branch

Jaime Perales and Raul Ortega with TXDOT presenting on El Paso District projects and procurement at the January General ...
01/29/2020

Jaime Perales and Raul Ortega with TXDOT presenting on El Paso District projects and procurement at the January General Meeting.

"El Paso Water has long been a pioneer in the field of water reuse."Read about how El Paso and other regions are leading...
11/08/2019
The American Society of Civil Engineers

"El Paso Water has long been a pioneer in the field of water reuse."

Read about how El Paso and other regions are leading the way on reuse!

Water reuse has long been a staple in the U.S., especially for nonpotable users. Now, in the quest for resilient, sustainable water supplies, reuse is shifting to potable applications, even in areas of abundance.Read more in Civil Engineering magazine: http://bit.ly/36EUjiC.

Texas Section ASCE
10/31/2019

Texas Section ASCE

Happy Halloween! Best treat of all? The October Texas Civil Engineer is now available! Go check it out, and don't forget to subscribe for monthly email notifications when new content is available. https://buff.ly/2ptYhtC

#ascemademe #TexasCivilEngineer #Halloween #trickortreat

ASCE El Paso Branch's cover photo
10/29/2019

ASCE El Paso Branch's cover photo

UTEP ASCE and El Paso ASCE Officers
10/29/2019

UTEP ASCE and El Paso ASCE Officers

Jay Ornelas, P.E. Assistant District Engineer with the El Paso County Water Improvement District No. 1 presenting at the...
10/29/2019

Jay Ornelas, P.E. Assistant District Engineer with the El Paso County Water Improvement District No. 1 presenting at the El Paso ASCE October general meeting.

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09/28/2019

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Thank you so much for those who came today to volunteer at the construction VS cancer event, we appreciated. 💪🏼⛏🚜

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