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March Technical Speaker 2

Tech Session 2: "Tapping on Opportunities in the Water Sector That Protect the Environment” Ms. Paula Paciorek, Water Resources Manager, Galveston Bay Foundation, Bio The San Jacinto-Trinity Watershed currently homes 12 million people (almost half of Texas’ current population). This...

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Younger Member's Report

This Past Month’s Events Run of Pi On Saturday, Feb. 17th, ASCE volunteered at the Run of Pi, a 5k fun run and 1k walk at the University of Houston. This E-week event supports Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) programs in the Houston area. This was a fun event! Than...

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Treasurer's Report

As of February 28, 2018 Paypal $ 2,230.02 Savings $ 77,434.41 Checking $ 83,718.93 Total $ 163,383.36

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Membership Report

ASCE Houston BranchMembership ReportMarch 2018 Currently, adjusted assignments to the Houston Branch include 3,308 members. 66% of those members have paid their National dues. 84% of all National renewals elected to pay their Texas Section Dues. Thank you for your ASCE participation and keep up the...

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February Branch Meeting Keynote Speaker

Mr. Quincy D. Allen, P.E., Houston Direct Engineer, Texas Department of Transportation, Bio

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February Technical Speaker 1

Tech Session 1: "The State of Federal and Transportation Funding and Why It Is Important to Local Governments” Mr. Jim Webb, AICP, Chief Executive Officer, The Goodman Corporation, Bio Hike and Bike Trails are becoming an integral part of Texas cities and provide some big benefits. But ...

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February Technical Speaker 2

Tech Session 2: “Principals of Low Impact Development Multifunctional Design” Mr. Steven F. Albert, P.E., CFM, Principal, Sherwood Design Engineers, Bio Mr. David Batts, LEED AP, Director, EcoServices System Sales, Bio The presenters will focus on the use of Low Impact Developm...

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Younger Member's Report

This Past Month’s Events Greens Bayou Clean-Up On Saturday, January 13th, ASCE participated in the Greens Bayou Coalition East Reach Clean-up at the Stanley Preserve. Volunteers collected trash along the property line and helped clear trees and brush to create nature trails. This was a fun e...

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Treasurer's Report

As of February 1, 2018 Paypal $ 2,230.02 Savings $ 77,434.41 Checking $ 65,948.03 Total $ 145,612.46

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Membership Report

ASCE Houston BranchMembership ReportFebruary 2018 Currently, adjusted assignments to the Houston Branch include 3,254 members. 84% of those members have paid their National dues. 63% of all National renewals elected to pay their Texas Section Dues. Thank you for your ASCE participation and keep up ...

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