Nominate an outstanding professional for one of these awards in recognition of their achievements and contributions to cold regions engineering.
Cold Regions Engineering Division awards include:
Nominations for the Harold R. Peyton Award for Cold Regions Engineering, and the CAN-AM Civil Engineering Amity Award are due November 1.
The Cold Regions Engineering Student Paper and Poster Awards are given to students at Cold Regions Engineering Division conferences. View the
2017 award winners
A list of all ASCE awards that are open to cold regions engineers is below. Always review individual award rules for full details on how to nominate a deserving candidate. Nominations for many awards are due November 1. Always review individual award rules for full details on how to nominate a deserving candidate.
Can-Am Civil Engineering Amity Award
Cold Regions Engineering Student Paper & Poster Awards
Croes Medal, J. James R.
Friedman Professional Recognition Award, Edmund
Friedman Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement, Edmund
Huber Civil Engineering Research Prizes, Walter L.
Mead Prize for Students, Daniel W.
Mead Prize for Younger Members, Daniel W.
Noble Prize, Alfred
Peyton Award for Cold Regions Engineering, Harold R.
State-of-the-Art of Civil Engineering Award, ASCE
Wellington Prize, Arthur M.
Wilhoite Innovations in Transmission Line Engineering Award, Gene
ASCE 2020 Virtual Convention
October 28–30, 2020
2021 Regional Conference on Permafrost and 19th International Conference on Cold Region Engineering
July 11–16, 2021
The Cold Regions Engineering Division was established in 1979 to assess and report effects of cold regions environments upon engineering design, construction and operations.