Welcome to the Louisville Branch, Kentucky Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers

Welcome to ASCE's Home in Louisville, Kentucky!

Welcome and thank you for visiting the ASCE Louisville Branch's website.  The Louisville Branch is one of four branches in the Kentucky Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers.  Our branch encompasses the counties of Bullitt, Hardin, Henry, Jefferson, Meade, Nelson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble in Kentucky.
I hope you find the information on our site useful and you continue to check back often as we provide updates on upcoming branch and younger member luncheons and events, as well as our meeting minutes, sponsorship information, section newsletters, job postings, and other engineering-related topics in and around the Louisville area.
We hope to see you at an upcoming meeting,
Louisville Branch President

2017 Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Section

The 2017 Annual Meeting will be held on November 3rd at the Gheens Foundation Lodge in the Parklands of Floyd's Fork.  Register today (ONLINE or PRINTABLE) for an informative one-day conference at the venue of one of our nation's premier parks.  Early registrations are due by October 20th and late registrations must be received by October 27th.
We are also pleased to announce that Kristina Swallow, ASCE President, will be our keynote speaker. We look forward to learning more about her vision for the engineering profession.  Below is a full list of speakers and presentation topics.  Professional development hours will be offered.
Oakes Routt (Stantec) Hatchery Creek Stream Restoration
Susan Oatman (KYTC), John Callihan (Louisville Metro), and Jonathan West (HDR) Transforming Dixie Highway
Jacob Mathis (Louisville MSD) Ohio River Tunnel
Matthew Lowe (USACE) USACE VA Medical Program
Kay Ball (Louisville Water Company) Riverbank Filtration
Ben Webster (Stantec) Renovation of Kentucky River Lock and Dam No. 10 - A Big Project as Part of a Bigger Plan
Shane McKenzie (KYTC), David Durman (KYTC), and Brian Schroeder (KYTC) Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Jean Terry (Manion Stigger, LLP) No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: An Engineer's Guide to Managing Risk and Defending Claims

We are offering two sponsorship levels for your consideration, plus the opportunity to be an exhibitor.  You may sign-up to be a sponsor or exhibitor using either the online or printable registration links above.  Below are details for these opportunities:

  • Level 1 Sponsors will receive one package registration in addtion to being recognized by having their company names and logos included on Annual Meeting materials.  Costs $100.

  • Level 2 Sponsors will receive one package registration in addtion to being recognized by having their company names and logos prominently displayed on Annual Meeting materials, signage throughout the meeting, and on all projection screens between the technical sessions.  Costs $250.

  • Exhibitors will receive all the benefits of a Level 2 Sponsor plus one exhibition space in an area receiving attendance traffic throughout the meeting.  The cost to be an Exhibitor is $400.

Please contact Ryan D. Tinsley if you have any questions.
Thank You on Behalf of the Kentucky Section and Louisville Branch of ASCE!

Monthly Meetings - Registration and Call for Speakers and Topics

The following meetings dates have been confirmed for 2017-18.  All meetings will be held at UofL's University Club.  The branch officers are working hard to finalize topics for the coming year.  One of our goals each year is to cover a wide variety of engineering topics, including construction, geotechnical, planning, political, research, structural, transportation, water, and wastewater.  Please contact one of our officers if you would like to suggest an interesting speaker and/or engineering topic.
Wolffie Miller (MSD) and Paul Maron (Strand)
Pulling It All Together: Louisville MSD's Critical Repair and Renewal Initiative
Jason Larkin (Messer) and Alex Hunn (Messer)
Richard Chilton (RAM Engineering & Construction)
Papa John's Cardinal Stadium: Coming Full Circle
Professional Award in Engineering (J.B. Speed School of Engineering)
John Swintosky (Metro Parks), Kevin Bailey (KYTC), and Craig Klusman (AECOM)
Olmsted Parks Bridge Rehabilitations


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