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PHOTOS: 15th Annual Civil and Environmental Engineering Luncheon Brings Together Students, Alumni and Faculty

The 2017 Civil and Environmental Engineering Alumni Luncheon brought together more than 100 alumni, students and faculty at the HESS Club in Houston this October. The annual event, now in its 15th year, celebrates the successes of the UH civil and environmental engineering department and honors its distinguished alumni, donors and friends.

Quincy D. Allen (BSCE ’90), UH civil engineering alumnus and district engineer for the Texas Department of Transportation, served as keynote speaker. Joseph W. Tedesco, Elizabeth D. Rockwell Dean of the UH Cullen College of Engineering, also spoke at the luncheon, sharing the latest news from the department and honoring the memory of distinguished alumnus and dedicated supporter Charles Beyer, who founded the civil alumni luncheon in 2002 to bring together alumni and friends of the department.

The 2017 Civil and Environmental Engineering Alumni Luncheon was sponsored by Brown & Gay Engineering Inc., Cobb, Fendley & Associates, EHRA Engineering, Aurora Technical Services, RPS Klotz Associates, Paradigm, Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam Inc., LJA Engineering, Geotech Engineering & Testing, Tolunay-Wong Engineers, Steven and Lisa Simmons, Gonzalez, PRD Land Development Services, FCM Engineers, Double Dak Construction, Baker Concrete Construction, Teo Engineering Organization, Storm Water Solutions and Beyer Construction.

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