History & Heritage

Georgia has been a civil engineering leader for decades, yet this remains a largely untold story.   Georgia’s only listing on ASCE’s Historic Landmarks tally is the Savannah city plan of 1733.   To chronicle the many CE accomplishments since then, the Section invites our member to provide first person accounts: “I was there…”   Send your contributions to [email protected].

Are you an ASCE fellow? We want to hear your stories. The stories of Civil Engineering hold increasingly deeper meaning the further we progress down the technology road. Help us preserve our longstanding heritage and send us a few paragraphs.

Forward your contributions to Lisa Woods preferably by email [email protected] (or phone 404-274-2785) to be reprinted here. Thank you for your valuable support.

ASCE Historic Landmark plaque for the City Plan of Savannah:
It is on the Northside of Johnson Square (Bull Street and E. Bryan St.)
http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM2CRV_City_Plan_of_Savannah_Georgia