Welcome to the Redwood Empire Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers

Welcome to the website of the Redwood Empire Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), a professional society for civil engineers. The Redwood Empire Branch of Region 9 covers the California counties of Sonoma, Napa, Lake, and Mendocino. Find more information about the Branch by using the Navigation Bar at the top of the page.

Job Openings:


Monthly Luncheon

See Events Page for additional monthly luncheon details. 

Call for Voulnteers to Assist with the California State Infrastructure Report Card

If you would like to help with the transportation portion of the Region 9 infrastructure report card.  Please contact:

Tricia McColl, PE

Associate Vice-President

HNTB, San Diego Area Manger


 401 B Street, Suite 510

San Diego, CA 92101

O 619-684-6562

C 619-857-7897



Ways to donate to getting the Dream Big film into every school in the United states

2017 marked the release of ASCE’s film documentary Dream Big: Engineering Our World. Building off the large success of the film ASCE has set a goal to get the Dream Big film into every public school in the United States. Already through the generous support from the United Engineering Foundation (UEF) funding has been secured to send a copy of the film to every public high school in the United States. For every $5 donation ASCE can send a toolkit to another school in the United States. Please consider donating to a great cause today. Visithttps://www.engineersdreambig.org/ for more information and ways to contribute.

Tour of The Geysers Geothermal Power Plant in the Mayacamas Mountains

The Redwood Empire Branch’s ASCE YMF has organized a tour of the Geysers geothermal power plant in the Mayacamas Mountains. The tour is on Friday July 13, 2018 from 9am to 3pm. This is a free tour led by expert staff. Attendees will meet in Santa Rosa and ride a tour bus to the site. The meeting time and tour duration may vary slightly, and the meeting location and additional details will be announced closer to the date. We currently have 6 tickets left, which will be distributed on a first-come first-served basis. Both young and experienced civil engineering professionals will be attending this tour and this would be a great learning/networking opportunity. Please email ymf.reb@gmail.com if you are interested to reserve your spot as soon as possible. We will need your first name, last name, affiliation, and phone number.”



Following the North Bay wildfires this past October, ASCE members from the San Francisco Section of ASCE formed a committee to discuss ways in which we could assist with recovery efforts. The magnitude of engineering services that has been and will be required to inventory, restore, and rebuild affected areas is immense. It was determined that a directory of engineers that are willing and able to perform services related to the recovery would be a useful tool for municipalities, agencies, homeowners, and business owners.

We are hopeful that this directory will be used by municipalities and agencies to fill short- and long-term engineering vacancies, and contract with private companies for third-party plan checking or inspection services, and that homeowners and business owners may use the directory to find qualified professionals to meet their needs. It is almost certain that there is more work to do than can be provided by local firms, so the directory includes individuals and firms from across the San Francisco Section who can provide services in the North Bay.

Company and individual directories are linked below.



To be included in the service directories above please complete the appropriate survey below.