Emily Lawson, P.E., M.ASCE
Hello!  My name is Emily Lawson and I am the Cape Canaveral Branch President.  I am a professional remediation/stormwater engineer who lives in Titusville and works in Orlando.  My undergraduate degree is from Virginia Tech and I received my Master's in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Florida Tech.  I hope to see you at an upcoming Cape Canaveral Branch ASCE event!


Matt Breault, P.E., A.M.ASCE My name is Matt Breault I am a Professional Engineer / Project Manager for AECOM at the Kennedy Space Center.  I volunteer with ASCE and the Project Management Institute because I enjoy helping and teaching people interested in these areas.  I'm excited to continue serving our members!  Please don't hesitate to email any comments or questions to me.


Steven Moodie, A.M.ASCE
My name is Steven Moodie and I will be serving as the secretary for the ASCE Cape Canaveral Branch. I’m a recent grad from Florida Tech and currently working with the civil design team at Atkins North America where I’ve managed to grow in my professional career. It is with great pleasure to serve you and look forward to meeting you at our events!


Jeremy Reiderman, P.E., M.ASCE
My name is Jeremy Reiderman.  I volunteered to be the webmaster for the ASCE Cape Canaveral Branch, because it is a tangible way to improve our branch's presence in the community.  I am a University of Florida graduate with a bachelors in civil engineering, with a focus in water resources.   I have worked for Atkins Engineering for over 8 years, and I have been blessed to work on some very interesting projects.  I look forward to meeting other Engineers at ASCE events.

Florida Institute of Technology, Student Chapter Practitioner Advisor
Quincy Sy, EIT, A.M.ASCE
Quincy is a civil engineering graduate (2012) from Florida Institute of Technology, and has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He now works with BRPH (2014-Present), and is working towards getting his PE license. He first joined ASCE as a member of the Florida Institute of Technology Student Chapter in 2008, and has been continually involved ever since.