2016 Membership Status:
Membership Status as of February 2017 – 141.
2016 – 2017 Board Election
On behalf of the ASHE Phoenix Sonoran Section, please welcome our new 2016 - 2017 Board Members.
2016 Scholarship Program
Two (2) $2,000 scholarships were awarded in July 2016 to Robert Richards (Arizona State University Student) and Bethany Kieffer (Northern Arizona University Student). Congratulations to both winners for exceptional applications, and we thank all of those who participated.
We encourage any students interested in learning more about the annual scholarship to visit the Scholarship page for more information. The 2017 scholarship application will be released Summer 2017.
Feb. 14, 2017 – Molly Monserud, City of Phoenix Aviation – Phoenix Sky Train – Past, Present & Future
Feb. 7, 2017 – St. Vincent de Paul Volunteer Event
Jan. 10, 2017 – Seth W. Chalmers, P.E., Traffic Engineering Division Manager – Pima County DOT – Road Safety Engineering Decisions, Issues & Considerations
Dec. 13, 2016 – Mason Williams, Transportation Sponsor & Jeremiah Hoeflich, Project Manager – Kiewit – SR-51/SR-101 Black Mountain Project
The Sonoran Bypass February 2017 Newsletter is online. Download a copy from the Newsletters page.
The mission of the American Society of Highway Engineers is to provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient and sustainable highway system through education, innovation and fellowship.
With the numerous organizations bidding for your time and resources, this is what ASHE can offer you.
Networking with other transportation professionals through monthly Section meetings and other social events.
Opportunities for continuing education and professional development through participation in Section meetins, Regional seminars and the annual National Conference. ASHE is an ICET accredit organization so technical presentations made at ASHE functions and administered in accordance with ICET procedures earn continuing education units (CEUs) that are recognized worldwide. Some presentation topics include:
- Special or unique projects in our area
- Discussions about federal, state and local transportation programs and funding
- Innovations in roadway/bridge design, construction and/or materials
- Construction and contract law
- Procurement procedures and DBE requirements
- Pavement and geometric design issues
- Drainage, erosion control and other environmental concerns
- Transportation planning & traffic operations
- Pedestrian and cyclist accommodations
Community Service through local Section activities such as Adopt-A-Highway, Habitat for Humanity house projects and other charity events.
Promotion of the highway industry through active advertisement and legislative lobbying.
Membership at the Member level no matter what your position is. ASHE recognizes that everyone plays an important role in the design, construction, maintenance and operation of a successful transportation system and we welcome everyone involved in the industry to be a member.