Upcoming Events

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April 2018 Meeting

ASCE FRV Members,

We are currently working on setting up an April meeting.  Information regarding the meeting will be sent out when the details are finalized.  

Young Member Group 

Friday, March 9th, 2018 - ASCE SE Branch hosting Milwaukee Admirals hockey game outing.  

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - Bowling at Ashwaubenon Lanes

Saturday, April 21st, 2018 - Volunteer at Food Pantry in Green Bay

Friday, May 4th, 2018 - Brewers Game with ASCE SE Branch

Other events in June - Volleyball, softball, or ultimate frisbee

The above dates are tentative.  Finalized dates and times will be posted when they are determined.  

Previous Meeting Summary

September Meeting - We held our September meeting at Little Creek Lodge in Little Suamico, WI.  This meetings intentions was to get members to bring non-members and to get non-members interested in ASCE.  We had a pretty good turn out, but we are always trying to get more people to spread the word about ASCE.  Members and non-members got to have some fun shooting sporting clays and to enjoy other members and non-members company.  After shooting sporting clays, everyone enjoyed some drinks and dinner at Little Creek Lodge.  From talking with everyone, it was a great time had by all.  Please see some photos of our participants shooting sporting clays.  https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4cPIcTYf8QzTjVNZ0RXNWtybDQ        

October Meeting - We held a meeting at Fox River Valley Ethanol near Oshkosh.  Janell Tatro gave us an excellent tour of their facilities, which produce over 50 million gallons of ethanol per year.  Besides the ethanol, all parts of the incoming corn are used to create usable products.  This includes distillers grains and corn syrup used as animal feed, carbon dioxide used by the food and beverage industry, and corn oil used for biodiesel.  Find our more at http://www.frvethanol.com/.  An excellent Italian dinner followed at Benvenuto’s in Oshkosh.

November Meeting we team up with WSPE to hold a joint meeting together.  This year WSPE planned a great meeting which was a guided tour of Ariens Mower's museum in Brillion.  Attendees learned the history of a small town company that has transformed into a global market company in home lawn and garden equipment.  Find out more at  https://www.ariensco.com/Company/Museum.  A family style dinner was held after the meeting at Cobblestone Creek in Brillion.  ASCE FRV will be planning the November joint meeting in 2018.  

January Meeting - We had a lunch meeting at the Marq in De Pere and Carl Sutter (McMahnon Associates) gave a presentation on the 2017 ASCE America's Infrastructure Report Card.  The presentation covered how America's infrastructure grade was derived and what ASCE is doing to improve/fix America's infrastructure. We had approximately 30 people attend the lunch meeting.  There was a great discussion at the end of the meeting with a lot of good questions asked.  Carl did an amazing job with the presentation and answering questions the audience had.  Thanks Carl for taking the time to give a great presentation. 

February NWTC Engineers Week Open House - ASCE set up a booth for Engineers Week at NWTC.  This outreach event was organized by Joe Zellmer with JT Engineering.  Bob Mach with Mach IV and Jennifer Liimatta with Payne and Dolan volunteered to help out at the booth with Joe.  This was an opportunity for NWTC students to get information and find out the benefits of ASCE.  This also gave the students an opportunity to network with civil engineers and to find out the different type of work civil engineers do within the area.  You can view pictures of the event at the following link: 


A big thanks go out to Joe, Bob, and Jennifer for taking the time out to share information and benefits ASCE provides and to discuss the different type of projects civil engineers work on.  Thank You!!!

February Meeting - We held had a meeting at the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, WI.  The attendees received a wonderful and informative guided tour which explained the history of the railroad to what it is today.  Along the tour, multiple railroad collections were discussed and everyone enjoyed getting the opportunity to tour different railcars.  The meeting event ended by having a social hour and pizza at Hagemeister Park.

Events Calendar

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