Mario Santoyo, Executive Director for the California Latino Water Coalition, and Brad Diedi, Executive Director of ACEC-California, will be speaking and answering questions on California Proposition 1 “The Water Bond”. Also known as the $7.12 billion “Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014”.
This proposition goes to voters November 4, 2014.
All Fresno Branch members are encouraged to participate in the upcoming community discussions regarding the City of Fresno Water System. Four outreach meetings will be held between September 29th and November 10th. Click on the icon above to see the provided informational flyer. As Civil Engineer’s we are charged with advocating for our community infrastructure and providing knowledge to our local officials.
Certification is the recognition of attaining advanced knowledge and skills in a specialty area of civil engineering. ASCE National has created Civil Engineering Certification, Inc. to provide a mechanism for professional post-licensure certification of the various specialties within civil engineering.
ASCE Key Contacts
All members are encouraged to join the ASCE Key Contacts program. This program provides information about Government Infrastructure issues and provides an easy way to contact elected officials.
The Fresno Branch of ASCE is a member of the San Francisco Section of Region 9 of the National American Society of Civil Engineers. Our Branch serves the counties of Kings, Tulare, Fresno, Madera, Mariposa and Merced.
Our local branch of ASCE serves civil engineers located in the Central Valley of California. Members are invited to monthly lunch meetings as well as numerous local events.