American Society of Highway Engineers(ASHE)
is an Organization Designed for Everyone Involved in the Highway Industry
DOTs, Contractors, Suppliers, Consultants
We Are a Grass Roots
Sections Located Nationwide
With Over 5,000 Members
Drawing Our Strength
From Our Local Section
To Provide Leadership
and Innovation to the Highway Industry Ensuring Mobility for the Future.
To Provide a Forum
for Members and Partners of the Highway Industry That Supports Education,
Innovation, and Fellowship; Promoting a Safe and Efficient Highway System
for Mobility Now and in the Future.
We value and respect people from all areas of the highway industry.
Quality and Innovation:
We encourage quality and innovation in highways by providing education
and participating in technology transfer.
We conduct ourselves responsibly and honestly
We value the opportunity to interact with our members and partners.
Who Can Belong?
in the highway industry is qualified to join
Degree or PE License
NOT REQUIRED for membership
- Federal, State
and Local DOT Staff
- Public Works Staff
- Vendors and Suppliers
- Engineering Students
DUES Are Very Reasonable
- Respected speakers
on noteworthy highway topics
- Opportunities to
network with a broad spectrum of highway professionals
Newsletter The SCANNER
- Technical Articles
- National and Section
Visit us at: www.highwayengineers.org
- Held Annually
- Technical, Networking
and Social Opportunities
- Locations Vary
All New Members Receive a Lapel Pin and a Certificate of Membership
Most importantly ASHE provides the most broad-based, inclusive organization
for people involved in the highway and transportation industry.
Because our members
are involved in all areas of the highway industry:
Because our membership
is not restricted to P.Es, but includes all people who provide the
support for our highway system.
This Provides Opportunities
- Technical Growth
- Business Networking
- Broadening your
understanding of all phases of the highway industry
To Start A Section?
How to Start
1: Identify a core group of 5-10 with interest in highways and/or
Step 2: Set
up a complimentary luncheon meeting someone from the National Board
will attend and discuss the benefits...
Step 3: Contact
all potential members and get them to complete application minimum
of 35 persons needed (100 preferred)
Step 4: Identify
first years officers and board members Draft constitution and by laws.
Step 5: Hold
charter meeting The national president will swear in officers and
present the Charter Certificate and a Section Banner
Guidance Is Provided
in the Section Operating Manual That We Provide
Our New Sections committee
will provide additional guidance and advice
What Are You Waiting For?
Start A Section of ASHE In Your Community!
Will Find It...
- Grassroots oriented
- Focused on issues
that affect people in the highway industry
An Opportunity to Improve
Networking and Fellowship Among the Highway Industry in Your Area ----
Are You Ready to Start?
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