ASCE Ithaca

Civil Engineering in the Southern Tier of NY

AWARDS

The New York State Council of ASCE annually recognizes commendable achievements and remarkable accomplishments of the civil engineering profession through its Awards program with 7 NYS Council awards.  The awards recognize exemplary service, performance, and projects performed by ASCE members within New York State.  

The full descriptions, nomination forms, and past winners can be found at the Awards page of the NYS Council website.  Please send nomination forms for the 2016 awards to the Ithaca Section at ASCE.Ithaca@gmail.com by January 15, 2017.

  • Russel D. Porter Service to ASCE

    • This annual award is to acknowledge an ASCE member who has rendered meritorious service and dedication to the profession and their Section or Branch, mentored younger Civil Engineers and students, and enhanced the public opinion and knowledge of the civil engineering profession.

  • Outstanding Civil Engineer in Government

    • This annual award is to acknowledge the engineering efforts of government service Civil Engineers who further the advancement of the practice and profession of civil engineering.

    • The basis of the award is outstanding engineering achievement accomplished by a civil engineer in government service within the calendar year ending December 31st.   Consideration shall be given to the Engineer that has exhibited professional achievement and has made significant impact to the field of civil engineering. This impact may be through professional activities, ASCE involvement, research, and innovative engineering solutions.

    • This award is intended to be awarded to an individual employed by government organizations.

  • Outstanding Civil Engineer in Private Practice

    • This annual award is to acknowledge the engineering efforts of private sector Civil Engineers who further the advancement of the practice and profession of civil engineering.

    • The basis of the award is outstanding engineering achievement accomplished by a civil engineer in private practice within the calendar year ending December 31st.   Consideration shall be given to the Engineer that has exhibited professional achievement and has made significant impact to the field of civil engineering. This impact may be through professional activities, ASCE involvement, research, and innovative engineering solutions.

    • This award is intended to be awarded to an individual in the private sector.

  • Outstanding Younger Member

    • This annual award is to acknowledge the engineering efforts of younger Civil Engineers who further the advancement of the practice and profession of civil engineering.

    • The basis of the award is outstanding engineering achievement accomplished by a younger civil engineer within the calendar year ending December 31st.   Consideration shall be given to the Engineer that has exhibited professional achievement and has made significant impact to the field of civil engineering. This impact may be through professional activities, ASCE involvement, research, and innovative engineering solutions.

  • Student Chapter

    • The annual award is to acknowledge a Student Chapter judged to have the most outstanding record during the academic year preceding the award.  The award considers the scope and quality of the general performance of the selected Student Chapter as well as the vitality of student involvement.

    • The basis of the award involves a review of the annual reports submitted by the Student Chapters.  The programs of the Student Chapters, as summarized in their reports, will be judged on the degree to which they contribute to the educational and professional development of the student members.  Chapter meetings, field trips, attendance at conferences, presentation of papers, the undertaking of special projects, community service, either locally or campus, and interaction with local professionals are encouraged.

  • Outstanding Civil Engineering Project

    • The award is made annually for an engineering project that best illustrates superior civil engineering skills and represents a significant contribution to civil engineering progress and society.    Honoring an overall project rather than an individual, the award recognizes the contributions of many engineers.
  • NYS Historic Landmark

    • ASCE sponsors a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark program as a means of bringing deserved public recognition to historic civil engineering projects, structures, and sites.  There are two award categories: National and State and Local.  The program is described on the ASCE website.

ASCE Ithaca Section | PO Box 132 | Ithaca, NY 14851

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