ASCE's Northern Colorado Branch invites you to attend our upcoming meeting!


Thursday, May 10, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM MDT
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Budweiser Events Center
5280 Arena Cir
The Ranch Bar & Grill
Loveland, CO 80538

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Meeting Agenda

6:00 to 6:30 pm - Social Happy Half-Hour

6:30 to 7:00 pm - Dinner

6:55 to 7:05 pm - Chapter Announcements

7:05 to 8:00 pm - Speaker Presentation


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$25 Professionals

Free for Students (with ID)

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Registration Deadline:  May 7, 2018

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Nathan Alburn 
ASCE Northern Colorado Branch 

Topic: Past, Present, and Future of Civil Engineering

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Mr. Marxhausen will provide a background regarding where Civil Engineering was 100 years ago, what has been accomplished, where it is today, and what needs to happen for the future of our profession.  Topics covered will also include our growing population, aging infrastructure, the 2017 ASCE infrastructure report card, the cost of a failure to act, The vision from the National Academy of Engineering, and ASCE’s Vision for 2025.


Presenter: Peter Marxhausen, M.S., P.E.

Peter is a licensed Professional Engineer specializing in the field of engineering forensics on structural, civil, geotechnical, and plumbing engineering systems. Characteristic investigations include evaluation and determination of damage from fire, flooding, snow loads, hail, soil movements, wind, vehicle impact, deterioration, construction defect, design defect, and vandalism. Assignments also include liability claims related to accidents, injuries, and wrongful death. Responsibilities frequently include evaluation, design, implementation, and inspection of repairs to damaged structures and engineering systems.

Peter is also a Lecturer for the University of Colorado Denver for senior level Civil Engineering students enrolled in CE 4067, Senior Design. He is also a lecturer for Civil Engineering students enrolled in CE 4565, Timber Design.  Peter also teaches Timber Design to graduate students in the course CE 5565.

Peter also serves on the Board of Appeals for the Denver Building Department and participates in several professional committees and volunteer activities.