The Civil Engineering Profession is heavily influenced by the decisions of our elected officials and appointed public policy makers. All ASCE members are encouraged to get informed about the issues and decisions being made and contact their representatives to ensure their voice is heard.
The Pittsburgh Section Government Relations Committee helps to keep our members updated about current legislation which may impact our profession.
To get involved with the Government Relations Committee contact Committee Chair Greg Scott at email@example.com
America has significant infrastructure challenges – congested roadways, overflowing sewers, transit systems that break down. But that’s only half of the story. ASCE is highlighting the innovative ways infrastructure is being built today, taking advantage of lower prices, new project delivery methods, and innovative engineering and technology that is ransforming public spaces and position America for economic growth.
Explore ASCE’s #GAMECHANGERS website to learn about examples of innovation across the major infrastructure sectors – how we deliver drinking water, treat wastewater, build roads and bridges, design transit systems, generate and distribute energy, and move goods to market.http://ascegamechangers.org/
The Government Relations committee is actively involved in promoting the findings of the 2014 Pennsylvania Infrastructure report card and will begin developing the 2018 in 2017. More information on the PA Report Card and opportunities to provide technical expertise and policy recommendation for future report cards can be found here.