Seth Chalmers: American Society of Civil Engineers Honors Engineering Students

Posted on April 15, 2013


Seth Chalmers, the division manager of the Traffic Engineering Division for Pima County in Tucson, Arizona, is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). As such, Seth Chalmers enjoys staying up to date with the society’s current events.

The ingenuity of civil engineers helps the United States face challenges in improving transportation systems, urban redevelopment, community planning, and energy generation. The ASCE recognizes that the next generation of civil engineers is the group who will be responsible for devising solutions to such challenges. Dedicated to recognizing and supporting new engineers, the ASCE recently recognized 10 engineers under the age of 30 who have already made significant contributions to the profession.

The honored engineers were recognized through the ASCE’s program called New Faces of Civil Engineering. This year’s select group included young men and women from around the United States who have proven their aptitude and dedication in civil engineering through construction, community infrastructure development, environmental engineering in service work, and more.

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