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WELCOME TO
ASCE COLORADO SECTION

The Colorado Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers was formed in 1909. Since then the Section has been actively involved in the advancement of the science and profession of civil engineering in the great state of Colorado.

The Colorado Section of the ASCE allows civil engineers who live and/or work in the Colorado community to network, exchange ideas, build leadership skills and create lifelong professional connections. We are continually looking for motivated volunteers.

2025 REPORT CARD FOR COLORADO'S INFRASTRUCTURE

We are excited to kick off our state report card effort on June 8th, 2024! This is a fantastic opportunity to research the current level of Colorado's infrastructure, interact with local agencies, and promote our work to local legislators!  If you are interested in participating and would like to learn more, please send a message to our report card chair Deniz Uludag (DUludag@martinmartin.com). 

We still need volunteers for Solid Waste!!  Help lead the effort on understanding and reporting on the current state of Colorado recycling, composting, and waste.  

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NEWS

ASCE Colorado Leadership Attends the Midwest Multi-Regional Leadership Conference

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ASCE Colorado Leadership from our Universities, Branches, Section, and Governorship attended the Multi-Regional Leadership Conference in Kansas City on January 12th and 13th! They met with other leadership across the Rockies and Midwest to collaborate on improving our local ASCE chapters.  We are excited to see what new ideas made their way back to Colorado!

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ASCE Colorado Hosts President Marsia Geldert-Murphey

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ASCE branches hosted President Marsia Geldert-Murphey over two days.  During that time, she connected with students and professionals at Colorado State University, toured the United States Air Force Academy, and interacted with members during a Denver Branch event.  At CSU, Marsia discussed her journey from an ASCE student member to becoming the president.  At USAFA, she toured the Field and Engineering Readiness Laboratory (FERL) and the cadets presented their work on their unique capstone projects.  During the Denver Branch event, Marsia inducted new officers and met members after a lunch presentation.  It was great for our branches and their students to interact with Marsia!

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