MINNESOTA SECTION NEWS:
Please watch our newsletter for additional information as it becomes available while we prepare for Civil Engineering Day 2019.
Have you ever wondered about what happens to your annual ASCE dues? Have you thought about getting more involved in ASCE but were not sure how to get started? Have you looked at our website and still wanted more information? We recently surveyed local members and learned that many of you do have questions and also that you read this newsletter.
By Bob Filipczak
Completing a bridge creates a sense of satisfaction on a lot of levels, but it’s rare when a bridge structure is actually designed to heal a community. Sure, bridges connect people and can create opportunities for connections that might not otherwise have happened. But those are usually side effects of the primary purpose of bridge: to connect roads and facilitate traffic flow.
We are about to find out.
Committee chair, Melanie Fiegen, moved to South Dakota at the end of the year. If anyone is interested in chairing this committee, please contact Lisa Breu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The committee’s mission is to understand and communicate to the section our civil engineering heritage and history. Past activities have been articles for the newsletter, preparation of ASCE Historic Landmark designation applications, and calendars highlighting Minnesota Historic Projects.