Joint Meeting with RVSPE and AACEi-NJ Rutgers New Engineering Building Tour and Presentation on Building Components
February 19, 2019
4:30 pm Tour of Rutgers University New Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering Building
(meet at 4:15 pm in Weeks Hall Atrium)
6:00 pm Dinner, with Presentation Following
Followed by Dinner & Presentation on Design and Building Components of the new Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering
Join us on Tuesday February 19th for a tour of the New SOE Engineering Building at Rutgers University, followed by dinner and a technical presentation by Christian Roche, PE, LEED AP, Senior Associate/Vice President; Giselle Baluyut, PE; and William Boska of Langan Engineers.
Get a close-up look at Rutgers' Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering and learn about the design, planning and building components that worked together to achieve the vision of creating a gateway for the next generation of engineers.
$45 ASCE Members & Professionals
IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION: once you sign up for the event, if you plan to park you MUST register with Rutgers University in advance or you may receive a parking citation.
The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam, also referred to as the Engineer in Training (EIT) exam, and formerly in some states as the Engineering Intern (EI) exam, is the first of two examinations that engineers must pass in order to be licensed as a Professional Engineer in the United States. The exam is open to anyone with a degree in engineering or a related field, or currently enrolled in the last year of an ABET-accredited engineering degree program.
ASCE Central Jersey Branch's Younger Member Group is pleased to offer this special opportunity to prepare through a Mock Exam opportunity.
Rutgers University (Busch Campus)
Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering - Room 102
Mock Exam Begins 9:00 am
Saturday, February 2, 2019
Parking Info TBD: A Follow up Email will be sent to all attendees prior to the event
Don't hesitate to Contact Jordy Padilla at 1-203-747-4104 with any questions or concerns!
"Characterizing and Mitigating Flood Risk for New York City"
Presented by Philip Orton, Ph.D., Stevens Institute of Technology
New York City and its neighboring New Jersey Harbor shorelines have many low-lying areas highly susceptible to flooding, particularly as sea levels continue to rise in the coming decades. Dr. Orton will present recent results of recent work with the New York City Panel on Climate Change where they utilized hydrodynamic modeling to map tidal-monthly and extreme storm-driven flooding. These same models are powerful tools that can be modified for experiments to test flood risk reduction measures. Dr Orton will also present and discuss results of evaluations of nature-based flood adaptation strategies and gated storm surge barrier systems similar to those being evaluated in the US Army Corps of Engineers' ongoing Harbor and Tributaries study.
Dr. Philip Orton is a research assistant professor at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ, holding a PhD in physical oceanography from Columbia University. He has published over 35 peer-reviewed articles on coastal physical oceanography, storm surges, flood risk assessment, air-sea interaction, sediment transport, and coastal meteorology. He is a member of the NYC Panel on Climate Change and contributed to NYC’s adaptation planning after Hurricane Sandy, working with NYC on the Special Initiative on Rebuilding and Resilience, and as a member of the winning Living Breakwaters team for Rebuild By Design.
$45 ASCE Members & Professionals
ASCE Central Jersey Branch Presents:
The Port Authority of NY & NJ
"Restore the George Program"
Lane Closure Planning and Management
Presented by Jemini Shah, PE and Rumana Haque
The Port Authority of NY & NJ Traffic Engineering
Where: Forsgate Country Club - Monroe Township, NJ
5:30 pm Registration Opens
6:00 pm Dinner, followed by Technical Presentation
Cost: $45 per person for ASCE members and professionals, $10 for Students
ASCE Central Jersey Branch invites you to a tour of the new STEM Building at TCNJ, followed by dinner and a technical presentation on the design elements of this project.
Get a tour of the building and insight into the site's geotechnical information and impact on the building foundation design with the rammed aggregate piers, and the storm water management measures with the underground detention system. On the building tour, TCNJ tour guides will point out the structural design with partially visible lateral bracing elements.
Be sure you have your ethics credits for PE license renewal!
Join us for a Technical Dinner Presentation on "Ethics" for Engineers
When: February 20, 2018
Where: Forsgate Country Club; Monroe Township - NJ
Presented by Ted Green, PE
Engineering Project Manager
New Jersey Local Technical Assistance Program (NJLTAP)
ASCE Regional Governor
Obeying the law is what we have to do. Behaving ethically is what we ought to do, but not necessarily have to. This leads to a dilemma all engineers must deal with on a daily basis. Ethical decision making is one of the chief responsibilities of leaders in any profession. This presentation, based in part on a well-known television game show will engage you in an interactive discussion on engineering ethics by utilizing the ethics canons of various engineering professional societies as they relate to situations civil engineers often experience. In addition, case studies will be utilized to provide group discussions on how you may manage the situation at hand.
Presented by: Ted Green, P.E., M.ASCE, ASCE Region 1 Governor
Join us for a Technical Dinner Presentation on "G2 Constructed Wetland Basin in Plainsboro, NJ"
When: January 16, 2018
Where: Forsgate Country Club; Monroe Township, NJ
ASCE Central Jersey Branch invites you to dinner and a technical presentation on a G2 Constructed Wetland Basin in Plainsboro, NJ.
This presentation focuses overall project scope and lessons learned during the upgrade of a portion of a regional stormwater management system to current stormwater management criteria with the implementation of a constructed stormwater wetland basin. Flood control and water quality have been greatly enhanced as a result of its construction.
The Central Jersey and North Jersey Branch Younger Member Groups invite you to please come out and enjoy unlimited rounds of bowling for 2 hours!
Saturday November 18, 2017
Bowlmor Green Brook
380 US Highway 22
Green Brook, NJ 08812
15$ for Members, 20$ for nonmembers. Price includes 2 hours of bowling, show rental, pizza and drinks.
Registration will close on November 14th.
Join us to celebrate the accomplishments of our civil engineering peers!
CIVIL ENGINEER OF THE YEAR:
M. Rizwan Baig, PE, PTP, PTOE – Port Authority of NY & NJ
GOVERNMENT ENGINEER OF THE YEAR
Frank Corso, Jr, PE – NJ Turnpike Authority
YOUNG CIVIL ENGINEER OF THE YEAR
Mohammad Jalayer, Ph.D. – Rutgers University Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation
EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR
Franklin Moon, Ph.D. – Rutgers University
PROJECT OF THE YEAR
Barnegat Bay Green Infrastructure Project
Forsgate Country Club 375 Forsgate Dr, Monroe Township, NJ 08831
Social Hour Begins at 5:30pm
Dinner begins at 6:30pm with Awards Ceremony
$50 - Members
$10 – Students
Table of Ten - $450
$250 Dinner Sponsorship available!
(purchase when you register for the Awards Dinner!)
Please make checks payable to ASCE Central Jersey Branch
Registration now open: https://cjbawards2017.eventbrite.com