The American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) provides a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient, and sustainable highway system through education, innovations, and fellowship. Our grass-roots organization began in 1958 in Harrisburg, PA with 104 members and has grown to more than 6,900 members in 15 states. ASHE continues to grow in the southwest with sections in Dallas, Houston, and Phoenix.
We are on the verge of chartering the South Carolina Section and need YOUR help!
- If you value being part of a community which promotes the highway industry on a local, regional, and National level… ASHE provides this forum!
- If you seek to expand your knowledge of all things related to highways; be it technical presentations (with CEU/PDH offerings), new projects, new products, legislative matters, and even job opportunities…ASHE, through Section meetings, Regional gatherings, and the annual National Conference, provides numerous opportunities to its membership!
- If you want to be part of a community that welcomes everyone in the highway industry from government employees, contractors, consultants, suppliers, and utility owners…ASHE truly embraces diversity amongst its membership!
- If you like to keep current on technical, political, and project issues…ASHE’s resources, such as the quarterly Scanner publication and weekly ASHE Inside Lane emails, continually offer up-to-date information!
- If you want to be part of an organization which recognizes the future of the highway industry by fostering student chapters and offering educational scholarships (over $650,000 in scholarships awarded!)…ASHE has a proud history of promoting the future!
- If you desire networking opportunities with clients and partners to discuss projects, exchange insights on the challenges encountered in their “world” and foster positive working relationships…ASHE functions provide that forum!
- And…If you would just like to enjoy fellowship with people in the industry…ASHE brings it home! After all, business does not always have to be business.