2014 Summer Newsletter Now Available

Published July 25th, 2014 in Articles by Ben Guthrie

Please click on the link below to read the Spring 2014 ASCE Newsletter.

ASCE Summer Newsletter 2014

Night with the IronPigs

Published July 24th, 2014 in Articles by Ben Guthrie

Join ASCE for a night at the ballpark!

Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs vs. Buffalo Bisons

Date: August 15, 2014

Time: 7:05 PM

Location: Coca-Cola Park, Allentown, PA

Ticket Cost: $10

RSVP now by contacting Chas Snyder at 610-231-0600 or csnyder@pennoni.com


ASCE Invites you to the Annual Summer Picnic!

Published July 24th, 2014 in Articles by Ben Guthrie

Monocacy Park
(Pavilion #1)
Illicks Mill Road
Bethlehem, PA 18017

Thursday, September 18, 2014
5:30pm till Dusk

LVASCE will be providing the food and drinks
Cost: FREE!

DIRECTIONS: Take RT 22 to RT 512 exit.  Follow RT 512 South to Illicks Mill Road.  Turn
Right onto Illicks Mill Road and in less than ¼ mile, Monocacy Park will be on the right,
parking on the left.  Cross Illicks Mill Road to get from the parking lot to the park, and we will
be at the 1st Pavilion on the right.

RSVP: Please to let us know if you will be joining us no later than Monday, September 15th
by contacting Ben Guthrie by phone at 610-625-4242

YMF Region 2 Jamboree 2014

Published July 14th, 2014 in Articles by Ben Guthrie

The ASCE Philadelphia & Central PA YMFs invite you to the second ever Region 2 Jamboree.  The trip will be a great opportunity for us to share stories, network, and generally just have a good time together.  For more information please see the attached flyer.


Region 2 Jamboree Info Packet Schedule

2014 Report Card for Pennsylvania’s Infrastructure

Published June 24th, 2014 in Articles by Ben Guthrie

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is proud to release the 2014 Report Card for Pennsylvania’s Infrastructure. The report is a yearlong assessment, and includes evaluations of Pennsylvania’s roads, bridges, dams, inland waterways, parks and recreation, freight rail, energy, levees, hazardous waste, ports, stormwater, drinking water, schools, solid waste, wastewater, and transit.


From our aging water pipes to the area’s growing traffic concerns, Pennsylvania’s infrastructure affects every family and business. This report hopes to inform the Commonwealth’s political leaders as they work to create jobs, foster sustainable growth, and build a modern Pennsylvania.


Review the full report card now at www.pareportcard.org