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New Mexico State University’s concrete canoe team placed 13th out of 23 other universities that competed at the American Society of Civil Engineers National Concrete Canoe Competition.
At the American Society of Civil Engineers Regional Conference in Fort Collins, Col., the New Mexico State University College of Engineering Concrete canoe Team placed second following first place Utah State earlier this month.
Vicksburg, Miss….The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) Vicksburg District hydraulics branch recently selected Devon Gijsbers as a Department of the Army intern for the position of hydraulic engineer.
New Mexico’s infrastructure has been given a rating of C from from the New Mexico section of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The grade has remained the same since the first report card issued in 2005.
Over the next few months, a group of volunteer civil engineers will assess the status of important systems such as bridges, water and airports, to develop the 2012 report card for New Mexico’s infrastructure.
While most us are busy with internships, jobs or catching up on rest this summer, the New Mexico State University Concrete Canoe Club will be representing NMSU at the American Society of Civil Engineers National Competition.
Four NMSU civil engineering students recently took first place for their technical report submitted to the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Geo-Challenge Student Competition.
The NMSU Canoe Club is preparing to enter their concrete canoe, which the club constructed earlier this year, in the American Society of Civil Engineers Regional Competition in April.
After months of rigorous preparations and calculations, the NMSU Concrete Canoe team returned from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Rocky Mountain Regional Competition winning first place overall.