Welcome to The American Society of Civil Engineers Wisconsin Section
Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 140,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide and is America’s oldest national engineering society. The Wisconsin Section of ASCE was originally organized as the Milwaukee Section. The Milwaukee Section started on March 20, 1923. Several meetings were held jointly with the Engineers and Scientists of Milwaukee (ESM) and in September 1926, a contract was signed affiliating the two groups. In April 1938, the Milwaukee Section changed its name to the Wisconsin Section. Over time, four branches have been established-Southwest in 1962, Fox River Valley in 1966, Northwest in 1974, and Southeast in 1977.
The Wisconsin Branch currently consists of approximately 2000 members.
Provide essential value to our members and partners, advance civil engineering, and serve the public good.
New Online Discussion Site for ASCE
There is a new website for ASCE members to discuss issues important to the profession. The new site is called Collaborate and is located at http://collaborate.asce.org/home and only requires your current ASCE credentials to access. You can join and patriciate in “Communities,” such as the Wisconsin Section and your local branch. Check it out and start collaborating!
The ASCE Wisconsin Southwest Branch just posted information for the 2013 SW Branch Scholarship on the following page: . This scholarship is for junior and senior students at UW-Madison and UW-Platteville. Additional information about the scholarship can be found on the webpage itself, such as …Read More →
ASCE Wisconsin Section joint meeting with the UWP ASCE Student Chapter will be held Thursday, November 21st in the MARKEE Platteville Rooms in the Platteville Student Center. Exact times and agenda will be available soon–check the Southwest Branch website for more information. Any ASCE Wisconsin …Read More →
Willard Warzyn, a long-time member and past president of the Wisconsin Section of ASCE, died on September 19, 2013 at the age of 95. Willard’s family tree in the engineering profession in Wisconsin is wide-spread and well-established. His roots in the profession began with his …Read More →