Water and Wastewater Utility Engineering

News from the Field

Our field is always changing. Read about the latest developments and innovations here.

August 5, 2020


Welcoming Our Newest Engineer

Categories: Company Updates,

Mountain Waterworks is excited to announce that Sam Nieslanik has joined its engineering team. A recent graduate of Gonzaga’s 2020 class, Sam earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with a focus on Environmental Engineering. Drawn to Civil Engineering by his interest in systems thinking, Sam has come to appreciate the impact water and …

August 4, 2020


Board Sets Course for Society’s Long-Term Success

Categories: Workplace,

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for innovative solutions across the world, and the ASCE Board of Direction, for its part, delivered for the Society. At its quarterly meeting, July 10-11, the Board passed…Read More >>

July 30, 2020


How to Find Your Work-Life Alignment

Categories: Sustainability,

The pressures from one’s career and personal life can be difficult to cope with. So, finding the perfect work-life balance is crucial to having a healthy life and satisfying work environment. However, new studies show…Read More >>

July 16, 2020


Prepare for License Exams Like a Pro

Categories: Workplace,

Earning your license is an important step in becoming a professional civil engineer. As in all aspects of your career, ASCE wants to see you succeed. With the fall P.E. and S.E. exam dates nearing,…Read More >>

June 12, 2020


Data Plus Technology Equals Powerful Climate Change Visualization Tool

Categories: Future Visions,

As a doctoral student at the University of California, Irvine, Alexandre Martinez was surrounded by data. Climate data from the past. Climate data for future projections. But one word kept haunting his research: “useful.” How…Read More >>

June 2, 2020


Safeguard Your Career with Professional Education

Categories: Sustainability, Workplace,

CIVIL ENGINEERING  is a sought-after profession with excellent job prospects. Data provided in the report Civil Engineers in the United States* indicate that employment for civil engineers is projected to grow by 12 percent…Read More >>