HOUSTON 2001 - Civil Engineering Conference and Exposition

Venue: HOUSTON

Location: HOUSTON, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 10, 2001 End Date/Time: Oct 13, 2001
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Description

Build Your Momentum
Gather steam for the onslaught of developments and changes the 21st Century brings. Add new contacts, information, and dimension to your professional cache as challenges continue to mount for Civil Engineers and the profession at large. Take stock of the resources currently available at this benchmark Conference, a gathering of some of the most influential, knowledgeable, and forward-thinking engineers from around the globe.

Expand Your Network
Meet industry leaders and managers, government planners and officials, academic leaders, students, practitioners, and professional allies in Civil Engineering. Exposure to the ranks of the world's finest engineering minds can help stretch and develop your career potential.



The Bayou City Beckons
Big-hearted Houston is home to a diverse set of industries and cultures, a natural destination for engineers, environmentalists, scientists, and visitors. Located on the coastal prairies of Southeast Texas, Houston is called "The Bayou City" for its verdant waterways and lush landscapes on the edge of the Southern forest - in contrast to the state's vast, arid sagebrush regions. Still, Houstonians are 100% Texan in their bold, brassy approach to life, economic development, and genuine "kicker" hospitality!


Discover Houston
Alive with energy, rich in diversity, Houston is a discovery in progress - an explosive mix of imagination, talent and first-class attractions that beats the competition hands-down. One of the world's greatest urban centers, the largest city in Texas and the fourth largest city in the U.S., Houston can't be matched. From its beautiful location to its outstanding entertainment offerings, you'll think the world of this city



Exhibiting at ASCE Conferences
Some of the companies that exhibited at the last Annual Civil Engineering Conference & Expositions include:

ABT, Inc.
Aco Polymer Products
ADSC: The International Association of
Foundation Drilling
Alamo Rent A Car
Allan Block Corporation
American Commercial Inc.
Americas Resources
BaySaver Inc.
Berminghammer Foundation Equipment
Boral Material Technologies.
BRW, Inc.
CADD Concepts, Inc.
CADRE Systems, Inc.
CAiCE Software Corporation
Capital Services
Carolina Stalite Co.
Carthage Mills.
CASE Foundation/Hayward Baker, Inc.
Cellular Concrete, LLC.
CERF - Civil Engineering Research Foundation
Chase Manhattan Mortgage
CHLOR*RID International, Inc.
Christy & Associates
CON/SPAN Bridge Systems
Concrete Sealants, Inc.
Contech Construction Products
CSC (NA) Ltd.
CSR - Hydro Conduit
CULTEC INC.
Custom Rock International, Inc.
Cyra Technologies
De Neef Construction Chemicals, Inc.
Dimensional Solutions
Duke Engineering & Services, Inc.
Durham Geo Enterprises
Dywidag Systems International
Eagle Point Software
East Jordan Iron Works, Inc.
Edge Structural Composites
ESRI
Exploration Instruments
Federal Highway Administration
FLO-THRU Operation of Zurn Industries
Geico Preferred
Geo - Institute of ASCE
Geo-Con Inc.
Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc.
Geopier Foundation Company
Geoprobe Systems
GeoTac
Geotech Services Inc.
GeoTech Systems Corporation
Geotechnics America, Inc.
Geotrack
Gibson Grouting Service, Inc.
Haested Methods, Inc.
Hall & Company
Hancor
Handy Geotechnical Instruments
Hayward-Baker, Inc/CASE
HDR Engineering, Inc.
Hobas Pipe USA Inc.
Huesker, Inc.
Humboldt Manufacturing Co.
ICI Devoe Coatings
Intergraph Corporation
ITW Ramset/Red Head
Japan Society of Civil Engineers
Jay R. Smith Manufacturing Co.
John Wiley & Son
KB Technologies, Ltd.
Keystone Retaining Wall Systems
Kluwer Academic Publishers
Lane Enterprises, Inc.
LOADTEST, Inc.
MACCAFERRI
MAR-MAC Manufacturing
Master Builders Inc.
MBNA AMERICA
Mears/HDD Inc.
Metric Program/NIST
Michael J. Hall & Co.
Midwest Industrial Supply
Modern Continental South
Moretrench Geocisa
National Science Foundation
National Society of Professional Engineers
Navy Recruiting Command
Nicholson Construction Company
North American Green
Pinnacle One
Plastic Pilings, Inc.
Plaxis B.V.
Presto Products Company
Prime Resins Inc.
R&R Geo-Construction Inc.
RA &MCO
Red Valve Company, Inc.
Rembco Engineering Corp.
Schnabel Foundation Company
SEABURY & SMITH
Solite Corporation
Soprema/SPG
Stabilator, USA Inc.
Strain Monitor Systems, Inc.
Synteen Technologies
Synthetic Industries
TEG Environmental Plc.
TNS Advanced Technologies
TPM
Trenchless Technology
TREVIICOS Corporation
Trimble
United Consulting
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. EPA, ETV Program
US Foundries
UNCC/Clemson
Virtual Education Corporation
Wall Technologies Company
Zurn Industries, Inc

Conference Committee Members
Conference Chair
Wayne Klotz
Klotz Associates
Houston, Texas

Chair of the Host Committee and Vice Chair of Houston ACC
Melvin G. Spinks, P.E.
CivilTech Engineering
Houston, Texas


Member at large
Dr. Jerry Rogers, P.E.
University of Houston
Houston, Texas


GEO Institute Representative
Robert Gilbert
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas


GEO Institute Representative
Mike Hasen
HVJ Associates, Inc
Houston, Texas


TAC Representative
Nicholas Isyumov
Univ. Of Western Ontario
Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel Lab
London, Ontario Canada


EWRI Representative
Michael Ports
Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc.
Baltimore, Maryland
EdAC Representative
Dr. Donn E. Hancher, Chairman
University of Kentucky
Lexington, Kentucky

CPP Representative
Mike L. Peralta
Junior Engineering Technical Society
Alexandria, Virginia


IAC Representative
Bruce E. Podwal
Parson Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc.
Princeton, New Jersey


AEI Representative
Stan Caldwell
Halff Associates, Inc.
Dallas, Texas


Student Program Chair
Michael D. Lacy, P.E.
Vice President
Cobourn, Linseisen & Ratcliff, Inc.
Houston, Texas


Ex Officio
A.C. Burkhalter, Jr., P.E.
Consulting & Advisory Services
Kingwood, Texas

Stan Sarman
Kingwood, Texas

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