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Membership is available to everyone in the highway industry regardless of employer or level of experience. Individuals who have practiced or are now
practicing in the highway industry are welcome to become a member of our organization. Find out more about our organization by clicking on the buttons below.
ASHE Mission Statement
Extracted from the American Society of Highway Engineers National Web Site:
Provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient and sustainable highway system through education, innovation and fellowship.
Benefits of Joining ASHE
You don't have to become an ASHE member to learn about the latest ideas and technology within the transportation industry at our regularly scheduled luncheon meetings. Nor do you need a Membership to enjoy networking with fellow professionals before and after these events. However, without one, you are denying yourself several notable benefits.
Membership in Georgia's Section of ASHE entitles you to the following privileges:
Generous Savings To Our Monthly Events
Opportunities to Participate in Social Events Exclusive to Members:
Yearly Golf, Poker, and Bowling Tournaments, Plus More!
Monthly Updates and Announcements
Access to Online Account and Event Registration
Ability to use Credit Cards For Events
View/Post Job Oppurtunities and Resumes
Access to Membership Benefits of Georgia Engineering Alliance
A Subscription to "The Scanner"
A Subscription to the National eNewsletter "ASHE Inside Lane"
ASHE Georgia Section History
Frances Gallagher began the Georgia Section of ASHE in 1996. She had been an active member of ASHE in Florida, and believed the organization to be a perfect fit for Georgia’s emerging and rapidly growing highway design and construction industry. She organized a committee of colleagues, including Georgia Department of Transportation employees, private consultants, roadway contractors and others to promote the idea of a Georgia Chapter. The first meeting was held in 1997 to test the interest and was an overwhelming success. The Georgia Section of ASHE officially chartered on February 5, 1998 with over 80 charter members and 33 charter firms. 110 people attended the charter meeting.
Since its inception, the membership has grown to make the Georgia Section one of the largest ASHE Chapters. The Chapter has won the Gene G. Smith Award for the largest increase in membership for the past 4 years! Our membership has increased 200% in the past 5 years with 91% of the membership coming from the private sector, 8% working in the public sector such as GDOT and local County Governments, and 1% are retired. 2011 is another milestone year with the addition of the ASHE Student Chapter at Georgia Institute of Technology.
The Georgia Chapter is committed to giving back to our community. We have two scholarship funds established that award a total of 3 scholarships each year to collegiate undergrads from local engineering schools each year. Proceeds from our annual golf and bowling tournaments help fund these scholarships. 2009 marked our first Holiday Gathering where each attendee contributed a new toy to be donated to the Toys for Tots drive.
Are you a past member?
If you have been a member in the past, please email Shawn Fleet to avoid the need to fill out an application.
The Georgia Section of the American Society of Highway Engineers is pleased to sponsor a student chapter at Georgia Tech. Student membership is only available for this school at this time. However, the Georgia Section has a long history of supporting Georgia students and hopes that other institutions will wish to organize their own ASHE student chapters. For more information about chartering a student chapter at your school, please contact Kevin Riggs.
If you are interested in joining (or rejoining) ASHE, please fill out either the online membership or printable forms and submit your membership dues of $60.00 ($55 for government employees and unemployeed; $20 for students). Printable forms and payments (made out to "ASHE Georgia Section" may be sent to:
The ASHE membership year begins on June 1st and ends on May 31st. Renewal notifications are typically sent out in early June via email to the address(es) on file. To confirm that you wish to renew your membership, log on to your ASHE Georgia account and click on the button that reads "I Wish To Renew My Membership".
You must confirm your membership renewal by August 1st or risk being dropped. Once dropped, you must file for membership as a new member and will be subject to an additional $25 reinstatement fee if you later decide to continue your ASHE membership.
Renewal fees are $50 for all non-student memberships. These renewal fees are due no later than September 1st.
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