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Jack A. Raudenbush, P.E., F.ASCE, our Region 2 Director Spring Report

05 Mar 2020 1:09 PM | Anonymous

Jack A. Raudenbush, P.E., F.ASCE, your Region 2 Director is a member of the Central Pennsylvania Section.  Jack will be representing you at the next Board meeting in Washington, DC on March 14 and 15, 2020.

Leadership and Management Training Opportunity for Young Civil Engineers

Region 2 is offering to reimburse Sections and Branches for the cost of purchasing ASCE’s Professional Skills Series in Leadership and Management training modules.  Please contact me if interested in learning about this limited time reimbursement offer.

Module = $249/Each    Reimbursement from Region 2 = $249/Each  

Your Final Amount = $0!!

Pittsburgh Section Shout-Out

The Pittsburgh Section was awarded the Outstanding Section and Branch Award for Large Sections and Branches.  The award, presented in January at the MRLC in Philadelphia, recognized the Pittsburgh Section for its exceptional activities and engaged Board Members, Student Chapters and various Committees as presented in their Annual Report. 

The Pittsburgh Section of ASCE has nearly 1,700 members and hosts over 50 events per year including the Annual Kick-off Dinner, the Life Member Recognition Banquet, and the Engineers Week Awards Banquet.  It has five technical institutes and a very active Younger Member Forum as well as very supportive activities for the local Student Chapters.

Visit an ASCE designed historic site!

These sites illustrate the creativity and innovative spirit of civil engineers.  Visit to find sites near you.  Share photos of your travels with me and I will post in Region 2 correspondence and on our Region’s social media pages.

In February, I visited the historic Rockville Bridge. This railroad bridge was built in 1900-02 and continues to carry rail freight across the Susquehanna River near Harrisburg, PA.  It is the longest stone masonry arch railroad viaduct in the world.  Constructed by the Pennsylvania Railroad, it has forty-eight 70-foot spans, for a total length of 3,820 feet.

I look forward to seeing you at ASCE events. 

Jack A. Raudenbush, P.E., F.ASCE

Director, Region 2


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