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Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute

Initiation of the ASCE UESI Colorado Chapter


The purpose of forming an UESI Chapter Institute is to bring awareness to industry and political developments that impact the pipelines, utility engineering, and surveying fields. To form a new Chapter Institute, a few items are needed first. The below is taken from the ASCE Colorado Section By-Laws.


9.0.4 Institute Chapters. Local Institute Chapters shall be created in accordance with the following requirements: Proposal. A new local Institute Chapter shall be proposed by submission of a written proposal to the Executive Committee with the name, objectives, officers, and brief comments on how the new local Institute Chapter will be of advantage to members in the area. Membership. Not less than twenty (20) Subscribing Members of  the Section may form an Institute Chapter. Approval. Approval must be obtained from the Executive Committee to activate the Institute Chapter. Approval shall be obtained from the appropriate Institute to activate the Institute Chapter.


Initially, the chapter needs volunteers for the preparation of a proposal, drafting of by-laws, and anyone interested in an officer role for elections. Colorado already meets the membership requirement by having over 50 registered UESI members in Colorado.

If you are interested in learning more about this effort, please reach out to Jeremy Garcia-Glasscock who is championing this effort at


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