9:30 am09:30

10th Annual ASCE/SAME Golf Tournament

  • Rothland Golf Course

Friday, August 25th at Rothland Golf Course - We hope you will join us for this milestone event! The tournament already has it's first Hole-in-One sponsorship and promises to be the best tournament to date. To avoid missing out register your foursome today!

AMAZING raffle items - Southwest Travel Voucher, Apple Ipad 32 GB, GoPro Hero 4, game tickets, themed gift baskets, restaurant gift cards and many more items to be announced...

WIN this years tournament and your team receives 4 Bills Tickets!

For all the details see our Event Flyer!

Without the support of our legacy sponsors and participants this tournament would not be success that it has been in the past. We hope that you will once again consider sponsoring and participating in this tournament. For sponsorship opportunities please see our Sponsorship Page

If you have questions please don't hesitate to contact us via our Feedback Form. We look forward to seeing you on the course for another successful tournament this year!

11:30 am11:30

May Lunch & Learn on Protective Coatings

  • Chef's

Presentation Overview:

Paul Forte, PE from Greenman-Pedersen, Inc will be presenting on protective coatings with a focus on the trending use of metallizing. The presentation will cover:

  • Corrosion Basics
  • Defining Corrosion Protection
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Corrosion Protection Types
  • Basics and Application
  • Steel Bridge Metallizing Case Studies
  • Metallizing of Concrete Substructures

1 PDH Approved

Speaker Bio:

Mr. Forte is the Director of Special Projects for Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. and presently serves as the Corporate Coatings Coordinator. A Structural Engineer by education, Paul has over 35 years of experience in the design and construction of transportation and infrastructure projects. Paul obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in FL, GA, LA, MI and NY. He has served as Branch Manager for GPI operations in Albany, NY; Buffalo, NY and Tampa, FL.

During his career Mr. Forte has been involved in several projects in the Buffalo area including the Design and Construction Inspection of several reconstruction projects on the Niagara Thruway (I-190); major recoating projects on the Lewiston-Queenston, Rainbow and Whirlpool Rapids Bridges; reconstruction of the U.S. Lewiston Customs Plaza approaches; and the reconstruction/recoating of the Niagara Falls observation tower.

Paul is an SSPC Certified Protective Coatings Specialist, a NACE Certified Level 3 Coatings Inspector and an SSPC C3 Supervisor/Competent Person for the De-Leading of Industrial Structures. He is a member of several technical organizations including NACE, SSPC, ASCE and AISC. Paul was the founding Chairperson for the TRB Subcommittee on Steel Bridge Structure Coatings, and has also been a prior Chairperson for the NACE Coatings Advisory Council.


Member: $25.00
Non-Member: $30.00
Student: $15.00

11:45 am11:45

April Lunch & Learn on Soil Stabilization

  • Chef's Restaurant

Presentation Overview:

For our April meeting we will be joining NYSSPE for a presentation on Soil Stabilization and Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) with Cementitious Binders. This presentation will focus on highly plastic soils that are problematic for roadway construction in the United States. Additionally, Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) for asphalt recycling in place for road rehabilitation projects will be covered.

1 PDH Approved

Speaker Bio:

Brendan Daly, P.E., PMP is currently a project manager with LafargeHolcim. Brendan's 21 year civil engineering career has put him at the forefront of large construction projects (including P3) in roads, energy, environmental remediation, transport and mining.


Member: $23.00
Non-Member: $28.00

5:30 pm17:30

TSC Joint Dinner Meeting

  • Salvatore's Italian Gardens

SunEdison, North America Utility & Global Wind

Speaker Information: Franklin D. Silvernail, P.E., VP Engineering of SunEdison

Cost: $30 per person members/ $35 per person non-members/guests

Event is 1 PDH approved.

For ASCE members please contact us if you're interested in attending this meeting.

11:00 am11:00

Buffalo Museum of Science Presentations for Engineers Week

  • Buffalo Museum of Science

The Buffalo Museum of Science is looking for people with engineering knowledge and experience to participate in our annual Engineer's Week from February 20th-25th. The week long event coincides with most K-12 schools February break, so we are expecting lots of enthusiastic future engineers.

Here's where you come in, we're looking for people who can lead a hands-on activity or demonstration that highlights engineering. We will supply tables, chairs, lots of space, and bright curious kids.

Your responsibilities for this event;

A 5-10 minute presentation or hands-on activity related to your field in engineering.

Availability from 11:00am - 2:30pm on one of our event days.

Thank you in advance for considering this-we hope to hear from you soon. And if you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me.

The event runs from Monday, February 20 -Saturday, February 25. Engineers (professional and student) just need to volunteer for 1 day but can do more if they wish. Please contact the organizer.

Contact: Betsy Vazquez


Phone: (716) 896-5200

5:30 pm17:30

Willis Avenue Bridge Rehabilitation Presentation - 1 PDH Approved

  • Classics Five Banquet and Conference Center

February's event will be a joint dinner meeting at Classics Five with ABCD and ACEC. We are honored to have Paul Mongiovi, PE of Bergmann Associates with us. He will be presenting on the rehabilitation of the Willis Avenue Bridge over CSX tracks in Syracuse, NY. This presentation is pending PDH approval. You won't want to miss this event! Registration with cash bar goes 5:30 - 6:30 PM with dinner and presentation starting at 6:30 PM. For additional information on the event/speaker see our Event Flyer.

Non-ASCE members please kindly register via email with Barb Golda.

We look forward to seeing you at the event!

5:30 pm17:30

The New NEW YORK Bridge - Geotechnical Presentation

  • Classics Five Banquet and Conference Center

January's event will be a joint dinner meeting at Classics Five with BAPG. We are honored to have Robert Palermo of GZA with us. He will be presenting on the geotechnical engineering aspects of the New NEW YORK Bridge Project. This presentation is 1 PDH approved. You won't want to miss this event! Registration is 5:30 - 6:00 PM with dinner and presentation starting at 6:00 PM.

BAPG members please kindly register through your registration page.

We look forward to seeing you at the event!

5:00 pm17:00

Holiday Social

  • Rusty Nickel Brewing Company

Happy Holidays!

Join ASCE and ITE for our 2016 Holiday Social & Mixer. Come and enjoy an evening out with co-workers, friends, and family.

Appetizers & Cash Bar 


The first 2 beverages are included in the event cost!  Beverages include water, beer, wine, spirits and sodas. 

$10 w/ $5 of the proceeds going directly to the Julian Snyder Endowment Fund!  

Have a wonderful holiday season! We look forward to seeing you at the event! 

5:00 pm17:00

Bridges for the Walking World Presentation

Join ASCE at the University at Buffalo North Campus (2o Knox Hall) for an intriguing presentation on bridge engineering and creative philanthropy.

Matthew Bowser, P.Eng of WSP will be giving a presentation on his involvement with Bridging the Gap Africa. His presentation will introduce the work Bridging the Gap Africa is accomplishing, enabling rural Kenyan communities to build footbridges across these rivers and bring social change. Matthew will also share his personal story of how he came to volunteer as a bridge engineer along with several stories and photos from his trips to Kenya.

The ASCE Buffalo Section will provide Wegmans sub sandwiches and the event is free of charge. Pre-registration is required. An informal social hour is being tentatively planned for directly after the presentation. If you plan on attending the social hour please indicate as such when registering. Registration closes this Friday, November 25th so don't delay!

Up to 3 PDH credits are available via the contact information on the attached Event Annoucement.

11:30 am11:30

October Lunch & Learn on UHPC

  • Chef's Restaurant

Presentation Overview:

Plan on joining us for a presentation on Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC). This presentation will discuss what UHPC is, what characteristics it exhibits, the advantages to using it, and the various structural applications that have proven successful over the years, including a few examples of New York State bridge projects.

1 PDH Approved

Speaker Bio:

Gregory Nault, PE, SE is currently a project manager with LafargeHolcim, a world-leading concrete supplier that manufactures ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) under the brand name Ductal®. Greg works with owners and engineers to provide innovative design solutions using UHPC. Prior to joining LafargeHolcim, Greg spent over 8 years as a professional structural engineer designing bridges for highway and railway projects. He received his BSCE from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and his MSCE from the University at Buffalo. Greg is a registered professional engineer in five states and a registered structural engineer in Illinois. He is an active member of ACI Committee 239 and an Advisory Board member for the Institute of Bridge Engineering at UB.

Registration: 11:30 AM

Lunch/Presentation: 12:00 - 1:00 PM

$30 Non-Member
$25 Member
$20 Life Member
$15 Student

9:00 am09:00

Earth Science Day at Penn Dixie

  • Penn Dixie Site

This year’s earth science event at Penn Dixie is Saturday October 8th 9 am to 4 pm! As part of the program Jim Schutz of BAPG will be running the ground-water model (sandbox type). There are many other exhibits and cool activities for all ages (fossil digging, astronomy, rock drilling demonstrations, etc.). Plus – Lloyd Taco truck will be there! Check out the Penn Dixie website for more information.

4:00 pm16:00

Joint Society Tailgate and Student Outreach

Joint Society Tailgate and Student Outreach

Saturday, September 24, 2016
4:00 - 7:00pm

ABCD of WNY, ASCE Buffalo Chapter, NACE, NYSSPE Society-Erie Niagara Chapter, IEEE and the APWA in partnership with the UB Engineering Alumni Association would like to welcome everyone to attend our September Tailgate Party and Student Outreach Program. The event will be highlighted by the UB Bulls vs. Army Black Knights football game at UB Stadium. Three hours prior to the 7:00 PM kickoff there will be a Tailgate Party of pre-game music and BBQ. Tents will be set up next to each other on the lawn in front of Bissell Hall – the Police Station on the road going to the stadium across from Stampede Square. Look for our organization banners. Our goal is to develop interaction between our professional organizations and the UB students. All UB engineering students and faculty are especially welcome to reach out for interaction with members of local professional firms.

Costs: Tailgate only for adults $10, with game ticket $25; Children under 12 is $5; UB engineering students are free (no football ticket included).

Registration: Contact Diane Dumansky, 716-875-1805 or email to Payment can be made at the tent.

10:00 am10:00

NYS Legislative Drive-In

  • NYS Legislative Office Building

Legislative Drive-In to meet with our State Legislators regarding our State’s infrastructure and sustainable funding mechanisms to improve it.

1:00 pm13:00

Future Cities

  • Mount Saint Mary Academy

This year's Future Cities competition is at Mount Saint Mary Academy on January 23.