The October ASCE general meeting will feature Mr. Trey Attanasio, P.E.
Topic: 2017 ASCE Texas Section Infrastructure Report Card
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Mr. Attanasio is the ASCE Texas Section Past Vice-President for Professional Affairs and, as such, oversees the Infrastructure Report Card Committee. He serves as City Engineer for the City of Haslet, which is north of Fort Worth near Texas Motor Speedway. He is the first full-time City Engineer and has been in the position since January 2016. Prior to joining the City of Haslet, Mr. Attanasio worked with several private consulting engineering firms for over 14 years ranging in employee size from 6 to over 500 employees with projects across the entire State. This career path has led Mr. Attanasio to understand the infrastructure needs of Texas from both a private investment point of view and the demand of public needs in differing regions and environments. Mr. Attanasio holds a B.S. degree in Engineering - Civil Specialty from the Colorado School of Mines graduating in 2002.
Travis’ many accolades include 2008 ASCE and TSPE (Texas Society of Professional Engineers) Young Engineer of the Year, the 2008 Citizen Engineer National ASCE award, the 2009 Outstanding Young Civil Engineer in the Private Section for the Central Region of ASCE, and the 2014 Professional Service Award recipient from the Texas Section ASCE.
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