Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Engineering and Technology Week Expo

When: Thursday February 22nd, from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Where: Garden Court in the Wilkinson Center

We need volunteers to sign up for hour long shifts at the ET- Week Expo.  We need at least two people for each hour and would prefer 3.  Middle school students from around Utah valley will be visiting our both to learn more about what Civil Engineers do.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Service and Field Trip Opportunities with Transportation

Service Opportunity: ITE Data Collection
February 13th-15th

Count cars at the Provo Assisted Living Center. Need a car to get there.
Sign up for 2 hour shifts, link here

AREMA Field Trip: UTA Rail Yard
Friday, February 23rd
Carpool leaves at 1:45 PM, will get back by 5:15 PM
Sign up for it here

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

CUB Luncheon

When: Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM MST
Where: Harman Conference Center (the shiny campus building just south of the MTC)
Cafe Rio will be provided! Cost for students will be $15.
Sign up on the google doc and pay at the link before February 21 at 9:00am


https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KDmOLu9kmXjNSI5evpE2-mdaoGfYOzMJS_TnQHLQtKA

 

Service Points: ET Week Fair, Feb 22nd

ET Week ASCE Booth

We need volunteers to help man the ASCE ET Week Fair booth. During the ET Week Fair, middle and high school students from across Utah will be coming to learn more about engineering; this is our chance to convert them to the ways of the civil engineer! Volunteers will be helping with civil engineering related activities that we will have at the booth, and should also share their passion for engineering! The sign up link is below:

Link TBD


ETLC Sign-In Helpers and Lab Tour Guides

ETLC has asked for our help in signing in and leading lab tours for the middle and high school students that will be coming to the ET Week Fair on Thursday, February 22nd. Volunteers need to sign up for one or more time slots between 8:00 AM and 2:30 PM on that day. They need as many volunteers as possible, so if you aren't volunteering at the booth, please sign up below! This will count for service points.

https://byu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_28XQjYTzsLZEIw5

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

SPEAKER FEB. 8TH, 2018: JONES AND DEMILLE


THIS THURSDAY'S SEMINAR SPEAKERS:

BRIAN BARTON AND MICHAEL HAWLEY



Brian Barton, PE
Brian is President and CEO of Jones & DeMille Engineering.  Brian’s leadership has enabled J&DE to build an amazing team, develop lasting client relationships, and establish eight office locations throughout the Intermountain Region.  Brian brings over 17 years of project design engineering and project leadership experience. He has strong relationships throughout rural Utah and adjacent states and is widely known for his ability to find ways to bring important projects to fruition.  His expertise lies in developing feasible funding packages for all types of critical infrastructure and public works projects.  Brian serves on the national American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Transportation Committee and is Vice Chair of the Utah ACEC legislative committee.  He also serves on the Advisory Board for the Utah State University Civil & Environmental Engineering Department and the Utah State Health Core Standards Review Committee. Brian received his BS in Civil Engineering and MS in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Utah State University.

Michael Hawley, PE
Michael is a principal owner of Jones & DeMille Engineering and currently serves as the Northeast Region Director, based out of Roosevelt, Utah.  He previously worked for UDOT Region 4 as well as another consulting firm where his duties included roadway design, storm water infrastructure, and design and construction inspection services for various UDOT/local government projects. Michael joined the Jones & DeMille team in 2008 and has since managed many special district, county, city, and privately sponsored projects. Michael has significant transportation experience including mapping, roadway geometric design, pavement design, hydrologic analysis, hydraulic design, culvert design and other aspects of infrastructure projects. Mike is known for his ability to successfully manage large projects and develop lasting relationships. He has managed over 40 transportation projects over the past 4 years ranging in scope from large roadway construction projects to planning and maintenance projects. Michael is an avid cyclist and mountain biker, competing at elite levels in Utah and surrounding states. He currently serves on the Utah State University Uintah Basin Advisory Council. He received his BS in Civil Engineering from Brigham Young University.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Saratoga Springs Footbridge


Want to help out with an awesome project? We are in charge of fabricating 12-ft steel bridge that will help kids safely cross a canal in Saratoga Springs. It was designed as part of a BYU capstone project a few years ago, but was never built.

This is an amazing opportunity to get involved with a real-world project. If you have any experience welding, we would love to have your help. If you don't have experience, that is ok! We need anyone eager to help.

Here is the link to sign up. We will announce our first meeting time soon.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/122SoxY2WG8g88R_LphN8J-oO0TtMtlRypz7uoPGe_GY/edit?usp=sharing