Despite all your doubts and fears, you actually made it to the last day of class! Which means come celebrate at the closing social!!
When: April 18th (Wednesday) at 5 pm
Where: on the lawn out front of the Clyde (assuming no snow but this is Utah and who knows about this weather).
What: Volleyball, Spikeball and more!!!
Food: hotdogs yum.
Monday, April 16, 2018
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
SEMINAR SPEAKER: MATT FRANCIS
Senior Principal at AECOM
Matt has 24 years’ consulting experience in earthquake engineering and disaster risk reduction in over 20 nations.
He is a BYU CE alumni BS (91) and MS (95) and has lived in Washington DC, Thailand, Hawaii, LA and now Salt Lake with his 2 sons and their 2 dogs.
Matt’s career focus involves:
- Geotechnical and structural design & construction of disaster mitigations.
- Post-disaster investigations, recovery planning and code development.
- Hazards mapping, loss modeling and SHAKEOUT exercises.
- Infrastructure resilience technology transfer to Asia, authoring over 30 publications.
Clients include the US Govt, State DOTs, Cities, industrial companies and specialty contractors. From 2011-2014 he managed FEMA’s $35M Technical Assistance Research Contract (TARC) with 75 disaster projects including leading FEMA’s Hurricane Sandy recovery study.
Matt currently supports resilience work across AECOM. He is a professional fellow of EERI and a member of the ASCE Infrastructure Resilience Division and the ASCE 7 seismic and tsunami loads committees.
Monday, April 2, 2018
1 SERVICE POINT CANNED FOOD DRIVE
April 9-13 BYU ASCE is holding a canned food drive. Bring your nonperishable cans to the Civil Engineering office. A minimum of 5 cans gets you 1 service point. And a maximum of 10 zillion cans still only gets you 1 point. So what we are getting at is bring cans, help feed people, and get 1 service point. yay.