2018 ASCE MLAB Awards Winners

  

Each year, the Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch of ASCE presents Project and Individual Awards at its Annual Awards Dinner. These awards are selected from nominations made by the Younger Member Forum, Life Member Forum, Technical Groups, Committees, and individual members. All award winners will be forwarded to the Los Angeles Section of ASCE for consideration of an LA Section Award. Please consider nominating your favorite project or individual for an award in one of the categories listed below.  

 

Please join ASCE MLAB to celebrate these outstanding projects and individuals on Friday September 14, 2018

 

The American Society of Civil Engineers Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch have awarded the following awards in 2018:

 

 

Projects

 

Outstanding Architectural Engineering Project:

Woodland Hills Recreation Center, Pool and Bathhouse,

City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering, Architectural Division

 

Outstanding Bridge Project:

Riverside Drive Viaduct Replacement over the Los Angeles River

City of Los Angeles - Department of Public Works, Bureau of Engineering

 

Outstanding Community Improvement Project:

Broadway Architectural Lighting

Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative, Berg

 

Outstanding Construction Project:

Strengthening Resiliency of Infrastructure

City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering, Environmental Engineering Division

 

Outstanding Parks and Recreation Project:

Hey Rookie Pool

City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering, Architectural Division

 

Outstanding Roadway and Highway Project:

Harbor Blvd Roadway Improvements and Plaza Park Project

Port of Los Angeles, Jacobs

 

Outstanding Structural Engineering Project:

The Rainbow Bridge at Seaside Way 

City of Long Beach, Arup

 

Outstanding Urban Development Project:

California Polytechnic University - Pomona, Student Housing Replacement Phase 1 and Kellogg Drive Realignment 

California Polytechnic University – Pomona, Psomas

 

Outstanding Water Project:

Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Pilot Project

Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts

 

Outstanding Water/Wastewater Treatment Project:

TIWRP AWPF Ultimate Expansion Project

City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering, Environmental Engineering Division

 

Individual

 

Lifetime Achievement:

James H. Clark, PE, F.ASCEBlack & Veatch

 

Outstanding Civil Engineer in Community Service:

Andrea CasalboniAftermarket Dock Parts

 

Outstanding Civil Engineer in Legislative Activities:

Marcelino AscensioBureau of Engineering Department of Public Works

 

Outstanding Civil Engineer in the Private Sector:

Joseph L. Seibold, P.E., FCMAAArcadis

 

Outstanding Civil Engineer in the Public Sector:

TJ MoonLos Angeles County Department of Public Works

 

Outstanding Civil Engineering Student:

Allison Woodworth, UCLA

 

Outstanding Younger Civil Engineer:

Arman MotavvefMetropolitan Water District of Southern California

 

Infrastructure Advocate of the Year:

Kendal K. AsuncionLos Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

 

Outstanding Civil Engineer in Service to YMF:

Paul S. LeeLos Angeles Department of Water and Power

 

Outstanding Civil Engineer in Innovation or Research:

Marlon S. CalderonLos Angeles Department of Water and Power

  

 

 

About ASCE MLAB

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.