Monthly Archives: April 2018

ASCE Training – Flexible Pavement Design and Rehabilitation

This seminar is intended for all pavement design professionals, whether they have been performing designs for years, are new to the world of pavement design, or they are simply interested in gaining a better understanding of how pavement design works.  Engineers, architects, designers, contractors, inspectors and other pavement professionals in both private and public practice will benefit.

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Using Unmanned Airborne Systems (Drones)

Using Unmanned Airborne Systems (Drones)

June 1-2, 2018
State Technical College of Missouri
State Technical College of Missouri along with their Co-sponsors, Associated General Contractors of Missouri (AGCMO), Missouri Society of Professional Surveyors (MSPS), and Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association (MAPA), are hosting a two-day event on “Using Unmanned Airborne Systems (Drones)”
This event is designed to be of interest to professionals in surveying, construction, engineering, agriculture, other land-related areas, real estate, security, law enforcement, electrical distribution, and photography (aerial, commercial, etc. with a variety of applications).
The event will feature speakers from a variety of disciplines as well as hands-on demonstrations on the College’s airstrip.
This program qualifies as professional level continuing education activity. There will be an opportunity to obtain 14 Professional Development Hours (PDH’s).
If you plan to attend, please register online now. Space is limited.

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If you have any questions please contact:

Cynthia Cox: 573-205-8292 –
Joseph Paiva: 816-225-7163 –

2018 Missouri Infrastructure Report Card Release

Will the grade for Missouri’s Infrastructure be better in 2018?

The 2018 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Infrastructure Report Card for the State of Missouri will be released on Thursday, April 26, 2018, at the Missouri State Capitol. The program will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Capitol First Floor Rotunda. A catered lunch will follow in the Senate Third Floor Rotunda and Alcove at 11:30 a.m.

Please notify your colleagues, friends, family, etc. about the Report Card to help inform them about what the grades are and what they mean for the state of our infrastructure. You can check out the previous grades at – once the new grades are released, they can also be found at this website.

Follow the ASCE St. Louis Section on LinkedIn & Facebook!  Amplify our message by sharing our MO Report Card posts.


Every year more than 600 people are killed in roadway work zones. Construction companies are dedicated to ensuring the safety of their workers and the driving public. Roadway work zones use a variety of warning systems, barriers, and other traffic controls to make sure that drivers and work zones stay separated, but it just takes a moment of distraction for an accident to happen and for lives to be changed forever.

The “WatchForUs” campaign includes a short film entitled “One Moment Can Save a Life” that depicts a fictionalized story on the impacts of distracted driving to one family, as well as real-life testimonial videos from industry figures whose colleagues and friends have been directly affected by work zone accidents. Additional resources include an infographic that brings work zone safety statistics to life and social media graphics to share on your social media channels.

Click Here to view the WatchFor.Us Campaign Toolkit