Friday, October 12
Community Service Project* | 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Maximize your personal and professional experience and be part of this endeavor! ASCE will be working with Extreme Community Makeover to clean up alleyways.
There is a minimal charge to support the event, and proceeds will be donated to the project.
Your schedule won’t allow you to attend, but you still want to give back to the community? Make a donation via your registration, and a portion of the donation will be tax deductible.
Make a difference, and leave Denver’s alleyways cleaner. Get involved, give back, and register today!
Additional ticket: EB: $25 | ADV: $25 | ONS: $35
*Participation in this activity is not included in your registration fee, each participant will need a ticket, which can be purchased during online registration.
Sunday, October 14
Industry Leaders Forum | 2:15 - 3:45 p.m.
Civil Engineers are increasingly asked by clients to design projects and facilities that are resilient and sustainable and account for future climate change.
During this year’s Industry Leaders Forum at the ASCE Convention, Chris Stone, P.E., F.NSPE, F.ASCE, LEED AP, CEO, ClarkNexsen, will discuss with an expert panel how he and other engineers can respond to clients who are interested in building the right project the right way.
Alice Hill, Research Fellow, Hoover Institute, whose work has included policy issues related to resilient and the impacts on climate change
Bilal Ayyub, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, Professor and Director, University of Maryland, Editor Recently released ASCE Publication MOP-140, Climate – Resilient Infrastructure; Adaptive Design Risk Management
Kathleen D. White, Ph.D., P.E., Lead, Climate Preparedness and Resilience Community of Practice, Lead, CW Guidance Program, US Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters
Jim Starace, P.E., Chief Engineer, The Port Authority of NY & NJ
The Forum will be moderated by ILC President, Terry Neimeyer, P.E., F.ASCE, ASCEC, BCEE, ExecENG, ENV SP, CEO and Chairman of the Board, KCI to provide the audience the opportunity to provide questions to the Panel.
- A better understanding of how to respond to clients’ needs for life cycle of their projects
- How to use the recently released ASCE Publication MOP 140
- The current state of research in climate adaptation for infrastructure