An introduction to the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE), how colleges can form their own ASHE student chapters, and the advantages of joining a student chapter
Manager of Remington & Vernick Engineers, Infrastructure Group’s South Jersey Region
Thursday, September 30, 2021, at 11 AMJoin the Zoom Session
The American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) is actively encouraging the development of student chapters throughout is operating area. The benefit to students in running and participating in ASHE student chapters is significant. This presentation will introduce ASHE through a short video and will describe how the two New Jersey sections - North Central New Jersey and Southern New Jersey - operate and how students can become involved. The second part of the presentation will explain how colleges can form their own ASHE student chapters by emphasizing the components needed to not only form the chapter but also to ensure their sustainability. The presentation will also demonstrate the tremendous advantages in joining a student chapter and the professional career opportunities that will develop as a result. They can also use the Society to meet engineers of numerous firms to discuss career opportunities and learn to network at the Society functions.
Mr. Seney has 35 years of design, planning and project management. He supports bridge design and condition inspection, roadway, pavement management, traffic, parks, recreation, stormwater management, grading and drainage and various other public improvement projects for municipal, county and agency clients. He is the Manager of Remington & Vernick Engineers, Infrastructure Group’s South Jersey Region and is responsible for both Engineering Design and Construction Management/Construction Inspection (CM/CI).
Licenses and Certifications:
New Jersey Professional Engineer
Pennsylvania Professional Engineer
New Jersey Professional Planner
FHWA Certified Bridge Inspector
PennDOT Certified Bridge Inspector