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
September Branch Meeting - September 9, 2016
The next meeting will be held on Friday, September 9th, 2016, starting at 11:45 AM. The deadline for early reservations is Tuesday, September 6th at 5 PM. The lunch cost for this meeting will be $18 for members and $5 for students. Those who register after Tuesday's deadline or are walk-ups will be charged $20 for the lunch.
University Club and Alumni Center
University of Louisville
200 E. Brandeis Avenue
Louisville, KY 40208
Speaker - Spencer Bruce, P.E., Interim President / Louisville Water Company
Topic - Managing Public Health: Louisville Water's Lead Program
Fall 2016 - Civil Engineering PE Review Course
Faculty of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Louisville, in conjunction with the Kentucky Engineering Center, is offering a PE review course for six Saturdays, from 8-20-2016 through 10-01-2016. This course has been continuously offered each fall and spring since 1996.
To register, please mail, fax, or email the completed Registration Form to Dr. J.P. Mohsen, technical course coordinator, at the University of Louisville. Dr. Mohsen's contact information may be found on the form. Early registration ends on August 10, 2016.
Ohio River Valley Soils Seminar XLVII - November 16, 2016
The 47th Ohio River Valley Soils Seminar will present the geotechnical aspects of the Louisville–Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. The $2.3 billion project is divided into two parts: the Downtown Crossing and the East End Crossing. Both address long term transportation needs in Louisville and Southern Indiana. More details about the seminar be found here.