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THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS

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Bill Gwyn at ASCE New Orleans Branch as Luncheon Speaker

SCE New Orleans Branch invited Mr. William “Bill” Gwyn, P.E. to its March luncheon 



Dr. Richard Hartman, PE. presented SEI NO Seminar on March 7

SEI NO Chapter invited Dr. Richard J. Hartman,PE

(Owner, Hartman Engineering, Clarence, New York) to discuss



Bonnet Carre Spillway Dedication

On December 13, 2017 ASCE designated the Bonnet Carré Spillway as a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark



Dr. Barney Martin, PE presented 2018
David Hunter Lecture

ASCE SEI New Orleans Chapter presented 2018 David Hunter Lecture (DHL) on May 7, 2018.



Our History

Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers is the oldest engineering society in the United States, representing more than 150,000 members in 177 countries. The New Orleans Branch, founded in 1962, represents more than 950 members in southeast Louisiana. Our branch provides technical learning opportunities through monthly luncheons and evening programs covering a wide spectrum of topics including transportation, structural, water resources, coastal, geotechnical, and forensic engineering. We actively engage younger professional and student members to participate in professional events, supporting dedicated younger members with networking opportunities and student competitions in regional and national events. The New Orleans Branch also honors civil engineer of the past through efforts to dedicate significant civil engineering works as ASCE Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks.

Officers for 2017-18

Robert J. Delaune, P.E.

President

Karishma R. Desai, P.E.

Past President

 

Andrew Woodroof, P.E.

Vice President/Treasurer

 

Dean Nicoladis, P.E.

President Elect

Stephanie C. Bayne, P.E.

Secretary

Erin Rooney, P.E.

Director at Large

Kyle Galloway, P.E.

Director-at-Large

H. Clay Worley, E.I.

Director-at-Large