Upcoming MLAB Events


    What is Envision and what does it take to earn an Envision award? How can you become and ENV SP?

    Jeff Keaton, Principal at AMEC, and Tim Psomas, founding chair of ISI will give an overview on how the Envision Rating System works and will go over a case study on the South Los Angeles Wetlands Park, the first project in Southern California to earn an Envision Award.

    This presentation is ideal for anyone interested in getting ENV SP credential or who want to learn more about Envision.

    Please RSVP at here.

    Cost: $5 includes lunch 



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    2016-08-23 13:00:00
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  • MLAB Monthly Board Meetings

    Our monthly board meetings are the perfect opportunity to learn more about MLAB, up-coming events, meet the board members, and find out how you can get involved and take on a more active role in this great organization.

    We meet on the second Tuesday of the month at the LA City Dept. of Public Works Building (1149 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, 8th Floor Conference Room) from 6 - 7:30pm. All are welcome, so please join us.

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LeVal Lund Award

The LeVal Lund Annual Award is proposed to be given jointly by the Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering (TCLEE) and the Council on Disaster Risk Management (CDRM).

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Report Card

This report card is an assessment of the existing condition of infrastructure in Los Angeles County. Infrastructure is designed and maintained by engineers.

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LA Resolution

The City of Los Angeles recognizes October 14th as American Society of Civil Engineers Day and encourages all Angelenos to recognize the contributions of ASCE professionals.

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Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 145,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide and is America's oldest national engineering society. The Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch (MLAB) is dedicated to serving its more than 3,000 members locally. MLAB's membership is the largest is the country and its breadth of engineering experience is demonstrated in the many volunteers who give their time and efforts to the betterment of the profession and the society.