Welcome to the Northern Colorado Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers

New Social Media Pages!

Announcing social media pages for Northern Colorado Branch ASCE!  Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

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Golf Tournament

The date for the CSU Student Section Golf Tournament has been set - save the date!  Saturday, October 12, 2019!


Engineers Week Proclamation

ASCE participates in Engineer's Week each year.  2019's activities included proclamations by local cities.  Mayor Wade Troxell is a mechanical engineer, and signed the proclamation for Fort Collins, and ASCE Northern Branch President Jill Burrell accepted the Proclamation on behalf of ASCE.


Ready, Set, Create!

In February, 2019, we learned about cleaning up polluted water, and built our own filters.  Our favorite librarian, Judi Koch, had lots of materials like sand, coconut fiber, and activated carbon to try.  Check out our filters here:

Filter Building

We had a great time at the High Plains Library building bridges with grade schoolers in November, 2018!  Check out these structures!

Bridges


Colorado Section Meetings (in Denver)


Younger Members Activities


 

 

 

Thank you to Victor Sam for this great shot from the CSU Engines Lab tour!

The Engines Lab is in the old CSU Powerplant Building.  Research is ongoing into engine efficiency, as well as other forms of combustion, such as cook stoves for developing countries.  Along with the lab, the building houses a business incubator with offices for start-ups.  


Thank you to our Branch Meeting Sponsors!

March 2019:  Merrick

February 2019:  CTL Thompson

January 2019:  IGS

November 2018:  Martin Marietta

October 2018:  NCB ASCE

May 2018:  CTL Thompson

March 2018:  TetraTech

February 2018:  BT Construction

BTC

January 2018:  Profile Products

November 2017:  ditesco

October 2017:  UAS Colorado and Wohnrade Civil Engineers

      


Announcements

WYDOT Project Engineer Opening

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WYDOT is looking for a PE Project Engineer.  You need a PE, and need to get a Wyoming PE within 6 months of hire. 

The purpose of this position is to utilize engineering judgment and aviation industry knowledge to manage and/or provide oversight of aviation related civil projects in order to support safe and effective aviation infrastructure statewide, ensure appropriate and effective expenditure of public funds, and sustain the best value for the public investment.

Please see WYDOT's page for this opening which is open until filled:  Click here