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2018 Alabama Civil Engineer Legislative Day (RSVP Today) - 1 Day Away


Tomorrow is the Big Day!!

It's not too late to RSVP! Lunch will be provided for all attendees at no cost! We look forward to seeing you at the 
Alabama State House to engage with our State Representatives!

Please RSVP with Julie Conn (jconn@sain.com) no later than 3 p.m. on Tuesday, February 20, 2018.

2018 ALABAMA CIVIL ENGINEER
JOINT LEGISLATIVE DAY
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The 2nd Annual Civil Engineering Legislative Day Drive-In will be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at the Alabama State House. The Alabama Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Council of Engineer Companies (ACEC) of Alabama is teaming up to host the event!

Senator Clyde Chambliss, P.E. will be speaking to the group about the Legislative Process, Infrastructure Funding and Issues facing the State of Alabama. He is also coordinating with other Senate Leaders to present at the meeting.

At the conclusion of the event, attendees are recommended to go and see their representatives in order to engage them about infrastructure! Click here to view the State Representative Roster, the State Senate Roster, and a 2018 Combined Roster in order to be able to contact your representative or senator prior to your visit. Let your voice be heard!!!
Timeline
10:40 a.m. - Arrive at the State House, Enter through Front Entrance (Union St.)
10:45 a.m. - Go through Security and proceed to Room 316
11:00 a.m. - Legislative Briefing & Lunch - Senator Chambliss & Others
11:30 a.m. - Committee Discussion
12:30 p.m. - Senate Gallery Viewing
1:00 p.m. - House Gallery Viewing                                           
1:30 p.m. - Visits with Individual Legislators for attendees
RSVP
Unlike our typical meetings, an accurate count of attendees is necessary due to space restrictions inside the Senate Room.  If you would like to attend, please RSVP with Julie Conn (205-263-2112 or email at jconn@sain.com) no later than Monday, February 19, 2018.
Lunch
Lunch will be provided from Chappy's Deli, and it will include a Deli Sandwich, Chips, Cookies and Tea. 
Dress
It is encouraged for attendees to dress Business Professional for the event. 
Prohibited Items
We request for attendees to leave pocket knives and weapons in their vehicles to make the security process work easier. 
Parking
Parking will not be available any closer than Crampton Bowl other than metered parking in and around the State House.  Click here for a strip map from parking to the State House.
Interesting State House Facts
The Alabama State Senate is composed of 35 Senators, exactly one-third the size of the House of Representatives, and each Senator represents a district of approximately 137,000 Alabamians. The State House was opened in 1963 as the Alabama Highway Department Building. It housed the Alabama Department of Transportation, then known as the Alabama State Highway Department, until 1985, when the Alabama Legislature moved into the upper floors while the Alabama State Capitol was being renovated. Article IV, Section 48 of the Alabama Constitution requires the Legislature to meet in the Capitol, but Amendment 427 was passed to enable it to select another place to temporarily meet until renovations at the Capitol were complete. Although all major renovations were completed there in 1992, the Legislature has remained at the State House. The building was renamed after the 1985 move. Originally, the Legislature occupied the 5th through 7th floors. When the Legislature outgrew this space, an eighth floor was added.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Alabama Section of ASCE, 2970 Cottage Hill Rd, Suite 190, Mobile, AL 36606
Sent by meetings@alabama-asce.org in collaboration with
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