Welcome to the Snake River Branch (SRB), Southern Idaho Section, American Society of Civil Engineers Member Forum homepage!

The Snake River Branch provides Members of the American Society of Civil Engineers of all grades, whose addresses of record, as defined by ASCE, are within the boundaries of the Snake River Branch, shall be members of such Branch. The area of the Snake River Branch shall be the Counties of Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Bonneville, Butte, Caribou, Clark, Custer, Franklin, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison, Oneida, Power, and Teton in the State of Idaho.

The SRB serves over 160 Members of ASCE, with two Student Chapters within its borders, serving Student Members at Idaho State University, and Brigham Young University - Idaho.

Engage with the civil engineering community in the eastern Idaho area through leadership, training, social, and professional networking opportunities.

Attendance at monthly SRB meetings serves as Professional Development Hours.

We hope to see you at our next event!

President: Aaron Swenson
President Elect: Blake Jolley
Secretary/Treasurer: Nathan Harris

Questions may be directed to Kevin Hinkley (asce.srb.p@gmail.com).

Recent Events

Professional Development:

Attendance at monthly SRB meetings serves as Professional Development Hours. Sign-in sheets for specific events can be downloaded under the Events tab.

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017 Meeting
Highway Lifecycles and the Plan for US 20 North of Chester

The segment of US 20 stretching from Chester to the Idaho Montana state line is Idaho's gateway to Yellowstone National Park. The long range plan for the corridor is a decade old and being refreshed as ITD looks to make significant investments in the roadway over the next ten years.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 Meeting
Traffic Signal Removal in Idaho Falls

Due to problems achieving two-way progression due to inappropriate signal spacing ans suspicion that a number of traffic signals didn't meet signal warrants, the City of Idaho Fall and ITD hired a consultant to evaluate 12 intersection for potential removal.