The Civil Engineering Association of the United States (CEAUS) is proud to announce that it has been awarded the prestigious Presidential Medal of Freedom.
The award, which is presented by the US Department of Defense to the first person to achieve the highest level of technical achievement in a single-handedly, was presented to the CEAUS at its annual meeting in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, September 10, 2017.CEAus President Joe Roush said that the CEAAUS had worked tirelessly and in the face of adversity to achieve this recognition.
“We have worked very hard over the years to achieve our goals.
But now we have something that we are proud of,” Roushi said.”
The only thing that we can’t be proud of is that we’ve achieved it in the first year of the civil engineering profession,” he added.”
And we know that this is the only time ever in the United State’s history that a group of civil engineers have been recognized with the Presidential Medal Of Freedom.”
The CEAus has been recognized for its work in the field of civil engineering and its contribution to the nation’s infrastructure and infrastructure management, including the Department of Energy’s nuclear waste disposal and the Federal Transit Administration’s new guideway.
The CEAAus is a professional organization comprised of over 2,400 engineers and civil engineers from the US, Canada, and abroad.
The United States is a leading nation in civil engineering.
In the United Kingdom, the Civil Engineers’ Union (CEU) was founded in 1633 and its membership now stands at about 250,000.
The Civil Engineering Council of America (CECA) is an international civil engineering association with a mission to promote and promote civil engineering to the public and the public sector.
It provides support and training to civil engineers worldwide, including for the private sector, and serves as a voice for civil engineers in the global civil engineering community.
The President of the CECA, Brian H. Pendergast, is the former chair of the National Academy of Engineering, and the former President of CEAUS.