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CI Sacramento Section Endorses ASCE President Elect

The CI Sacramento Section Board met on March 28, 2013, and voted to endorse Mr. Robert D. Stevens for ASCE President Elect.  Mr. Stevens has over 45 years experience in our industry, and has been active at ASCE serving in several capacities including reviewer of "Destination 2025: The Road Map to Achieve Vision for Civil Engineering in 2025", member of Board of Direction, and chairing committee on Technical Advancement.  Mr. Stevens is an advocate of the Construction Institute.  Mr. Stevens holds a PHD and MSCE from the University of Michigan, and a BSCE from the University of Akron.  Mr. Stevens resides in Keller, TX, and has been married to his wife Bonnie for 47 years.

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Welcome from the ASCE Sacramento Section Construction Institute Board

The Construction Institute is the leader promoting excellence in construction. Industry leaders are active CI members and their initiatives lead to increased collaboration of all individuals working within the construction industry. Within this site you will find news and events about the ASCE Construction Institute and our local Sacramento Section Chapter of the Construction Institute (SSCI).


2011 Construction Leadership Awards

The ASCE Sacramento Section of the Construction Institute is pleased to announce nominations are now open for the "Excellence in Construction Award" and the "Mentoring Award."

Nominations for these awards must be made by an Industry Leader and endorsed by a company executive or principal using the nomination forms located at the links above.


SSCI Documents

SSCI Proposal to Start Local Activities
SSCI Bylaws


Regional Investment Forecast

Northern California Transportation Regional Investment Forecast The ASCE Sacramento Section Construction Institute hosted the Northern California Transportation Regional Investment Forecast in Sacramento on May 27, 2009. The event held at the Hyatt, Sacramento featured a distinguished keynote speaker and a panel of experts discussing the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) for highways and transportation. Over 210 design and construction professionals and students were in attendance.

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SSCI News Release

Construction Institute Advisor Firm Begins Operations Sacramento Section Construciton Institute Advisor Firm, Magnus Pacific is pleased to announce beginning business. Magnus Pacific, based in Roseville, California is a General Contractor that specializes in enviromental and geotechncial construction.

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SSCI News

Construction Institute Regional Forum: Reaching Out to Younger Members By Larry J. Smith, P.E., CCM, F.ASCE

Chair Sacramento Section Construction Institutue One of the Construction Institute's (CI’s) goals is to facilitate increased collaboration amongst all individuals working within the construction industry. In response to the challenges the construction industry is facing in retaining young engineers, and the possibility of losing institutional knowledge and experience when leaders retire, CI’s Younger Members Directorate created a comprehensive program allowing those just entering the industry to connect with leaders inorder to refine their skills on the job.

On January 15 – 16, 2009 five Sacramento Section Construction Institute members attended the CI Regional Forum in Los Angeles, CA to “Meet the Leaders” and heard about their concerns and struggles as they shared them with an audience of approximately 50 young engineers and industry professionals attending this event. The leaders identified traits of successful leadership, such as flexibility, the ability to motivate people and the ability to make decisions. Attendees were reminded of the many leadership opportunities available to all members through ASCE Section, Branch and Institute involvement.

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Professional Associations Build and Enhance Careers:Career-building for public and private sector professionals By Larry J. Smith, P.E., CCM

When asked to speak to about the benefits of professional associations or tips on how to build one’s career I think of advice received over 20 years ago. “Everyone must realize that good career management comes out of your own pocket.” There will be times when you’ll need to invest in your own training and development and to make the time necessary to build and sustain a promising career. Today, too many young and old professionals are missing a great opportunity to build and enhance their careers through networking with professional associations.

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