Touran Elected Secretary of Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section

Ali Touran, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was featured by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section, BSCES News, for his long and distinguished career and now most recently for his election as Secretary of BSCES. 

Ali Touran graduated from Tehran University in 1977 with a BS in Civil Engineering. He received his MS and PhD in Civil Engineering from Stanford in 1978 and 1980, respectively. His expertises include risk assessment, construction costm project delivery systems, simulation and construction productivity. 

The Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section (BSCES) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is a professional organization that focuses on the professional growth of its members, nurtures future engineers, and advances engineering knowledge. They serve as an advocate, trusted advisor, and steward for public safety in the built environment, investment in sustainable infrastructure, and protection of our natural resources. Established in 1848, BSCES is the oldest engineering society in the United States and currently supports over 4,000 members, students and professionals in the civil engineering and construction industries throughout Massachusetts.

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