• 2014 Annual MeetingSeptember 15th - The Annual Meeting took place on September 11th, 2014 at Kell’s in downtown Portland.  Awards were presented and officers were inducted.  Darren Hippenstiel, Region 8 Governor for the Tacoma Section presented the Oregon Section awards. The award for Engineer of the Year was given to Mark Libby, P.E. of HDR, Government Engineer of the Year ( more)
  • Pavement Services seeking Staff EngineerAugust 12th - Pavement Services, Inc. (PSI) specializes exclusively in engineering, testing and investigation services related to pavements.  Based in Portland, Oregon, PSI is a pavement engineering specialty firm providing services to public and private sector clients throughout the United States. Our team of highly qualified professionals brings decades of experience to our clients’ projects. Our engineers are ( more)
  • Design Alaska seeking Civil EngineerAugust 12th - Civil Engineer, PE Design Alaska, a full service architecture, engineering, surveying firm, located in Fairbanks, Alaska, is looking for a Civil engineer to join our team.  Engineering duties typically include site investigations, site design, traffic planning and design, utility system design, coordination with permitting agencies, and the preparation of construction documents using Civil 3D. Attributes ( more)
  • Nominations Sought For the 2013-2014 Annual AwardsAugust 4th - Each year the Oregon Section of ASCE recognizes its outstanding members through Section awards. Nominees are identified by their peers and a nominating committee consisting of the President, Past-President and President-Elect select the award winners. The award winners are recognized at the annual meeting. Awards are given for the following: Engineer of the Year – ( more)
  • URM-Free by 2033: Toward a National Safe Schools AgendaJuly 14th - Two Portland residents, Edward C. Wolf and Yumei Wang, P.E, authored URM Free by 2033 (pdf, 1.7MB) on seismic resilience and school safety. It was published this summer by the ASCE in a seismic hazard design issues monograph. The publication shows Oregon to be a leader in policy and practice, with our progress during the last ten ( more)
  • Start an SEI Chapter today!July 14th - Our ASCE Section has more than 200 Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) members. To ensure that members in your area are adequately served by SEI, we invite you to form an SEI Chapter by following a few simple steps and submitting an MOU. The SEI Local Activities Division (LAD) works with local SEI Chapters and Structural ( more)
  • Website ImprovementsJuly 11th - Stayed tuned for updates to the ASCEOR website! We are making efforts to bring more relevant, up-to-date content to this site. Expect to see significant changes by the end of the summer.  Until then, you may find some bugs, broken links, etc. Please direct comments, suggestions, or questions to Furthermore, to the leaders of ( more)

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