Speaker: Kevin Shunk and Matt Hollon, City of Austin

Topic: Atlas 14

From the City of Austin website, “The National Weather Service has completed a historical rainfall study, called Atlas 14. This study shows that Central Texas is more likely to experience larger storms than previously thought. This means that severe flooding is also more likely.“


Meeting Sponsor: Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN)

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I would like to start off by saying that I am honored to serve as your President for ASCE Austin Branch for the coming year.  I would also like to congratulate and welcome my fellow board members and committee chairs and thank them for their hard work and dedication.  I have a number of goals for this year and I am looking forward to working with each of them.  I would also like to thank our outgoing President, Glenn Goldstein, for his leadership and dedication to our organization over the last several years.

ASCE is an organization dedicated to advancing Civil Engineering around the world.  From inspiring today’s youth to educating lawmakers to weighing in on engineering emergencies, ASCE is at the forefront.  This is an exciting time to be a Civil Engineer and I am honored and proud to be part of an organization doing their best to promote the profession that I love!