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  • industrial blueprint

    The New Infrastructure Law Could Reshape the Built Environment

    • Feb 1, 2022
    • Ben Walpole

    What skills will civil engineers need to take advantage?

  • civil engineers

    Podcast: The Changing Life and Times of the Civil Engineer

    • Jan 12, 2022
    • Ben Walpole

    What changes will the recent bipartisan infrastructure law mean for the everyday work of civil engineers?

  • manager giving performance review

    Ask Anthony: 3 Questions Every Civil Engineer Should ask at their Next Performance Review

    • Jan 12, 2022
    • Anthony Fasano

    It's a huge opportunity for professionals to ask important questions related to their career growth and development.

  • man and women working at construction site

    Podcast: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Reshapes Civil Engineering Possibilities

    • Dec 14, 2021
    • Ben Walpole

    Kristina Swallow, P.E., Pres.18.ASCE is excited about the opportunities ahead.

  • level detail

    How Will the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Change the Civil Engineering Industry?

    • Dec 8, 2021

    Now the conversation isn’t filled with “ifs” and “whens” but instead questions of “how?” and “what?”

  • welder, cranes and construction site

    America Has an Infrastructure Bill. What Happens Next?

    • Dec 8, 2021
    • Adie Tomer, Caroline George, Joseph W. Kane, Andrew Bourne

    America will begin a building spree larger than what happened during the New Deal.

  • smiling engineer taking notes in control room

    Report: The Hidden Cost of Onboarding Graduate Talent

    • Nov 30, 2021
    • John Carson

    A survey of 500 business leaders and 1,000 young workers uncovered the true cost of recruiting and onboarding graduate talent.

  • building constructions and engineering concept

    Infrastructure Bill: ASCE’s ‘Seat at the Table’ Moves to the White House

    • Nov 15, 2021
    • Ben Walpole

    ASCE’s advocacy efforts have given civil engineers a proverbial seat at the table for years as elected leaders and policymakers at all levels of government craft infrastructure legislation. Monday, that seat at the table was at the White House.

  • aerial view of massive highway intersection

    $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Moves Forward

    • Nov 15, 2021
    • Ben Walpole

    The $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act next goes to President Biden for his signature.

  • salaries

    Civil Engineering Salaries Remain Consistent Amid Year of Inconsistency

    • Oct 19, 2021

    In a year marked with uncertainty, civil engineering salaries continue to trend up.

  • How I Aced the P.E. Exam

    • Jul 22, 2021
    • Ben Walpole

    With the next round of P.E. and S.E. exams approaching, it’s nearly crunch time for those seeking professional licensure this coming spring.

  • Preparing for the FE Exam

    • Jul 22, 2021
    • Christopher Medora

    The Fundamentals of Engineering - or FE - exam is a great way to test (pun intended) what students learned while pursuing their undergraduate engineering degrees.

  • 5 Keys to Building Successful Engineering Relationships

    • Jul 22, 2021
    • Jazzy Principe

    Civil engineering is nothing without context. That means community. And community means communication.

  • Resume or CV? What’s the Difference? Which to Use?

    • Jul 22, 2021
    • Doug Cantrell

    It’s exciting to advance your career by applying for a position that is a great fit for your goals. But this can also be stressful. Applying for a new position is like a first impression, and we all want to put our best foot forward.

  • 7 Tips for Writing a Civil Engineering Cover Letter That Stands Out

    • Jul 22, 2021
    • Stephanie Slocum

    We judge books by their covers and resumes by their cover letters. What does your cover letter say about you?

  • Six Tips to Ace Your Virtual Job Interview

    • Jul 22, 2021
    • Keval Satra

    The coronavirus outbreak has brought about radical change in the way companies operate. With most operations going remote, the “virtual interview” has become the new norm in hiring of talent.

  • Solving That “Last Mile” Problem With Mentorship

    • Jul 22, 2021
    • Melissa Fickel

    Potential mentors must not only possess knowledge to be passed on, but also have the time and willingness to devote to helping a younger professional grow their career.

  • Mentoring: You Might Be A Mentor Already and Not Even Know It

    • Jul 22, 2021
    • Salvador Bentolila

    ASCE’s Mentor Match platform allows you to search for potential mentees based on common interests they might share with you.

  • Three Tricks for Mastering Time Management

    • Jul 22, 2021
    • Michael Tocco

    Time is just as important as money, but sometimes the schedule is not tracked as closely as the budget.