The Pittsburgh Section of ASCE is looking for professionals and students interested in preparing the 2022 Report Card for Pennsylvania’s Infrastructure. Volunteers will work on teams of engineers from across the state to gather background information for each of the report’s categories from professional societies, non-profit associations, and local, State and Federal agencies. Anyone interested should contact the Section’s Government Relations Committee chair, Greg Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2018 the Pittsburgh Section of ASCE participated with the Pennsylvania State Council, which represents the four ASCE Sections in the Commonwealth, in the preparation of the 2018 Report Card for Pennsylvania’s Infrastructure. This report card was created to help educate Pennsylvanians of the status of the state’s infrastructure so that the public, in conjunction with elected officials, can make educated decisions on how to prioritize funding to meet current and future needs of the Commonwealth. This report card also makes recommendations to infrastructure owners and civil engineers on how improve our state’s infrastructure
Every family and business needs infrastructure to thrive– from your road to work, to your internet, to the pipes bringing clean water to your house. In a new app format, the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2017 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure puts the most comprehensive and clear reference available on America’s infrastructure in your pocket. Complete with videos, state profiles, and interactive content, this app shows how your state’s infrastructure is doing and what needs attention. Share how America raise the grades and along with any part of the app with friends, coworkers, LinkedIn groups, or even your elected officials. Download the Report Card at www.infrastructurereportcard.org.