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Engineer's Charter

  • Corruption in the global construction industry is a huge economic burden estimated to approach $500 billion dollars annually.  It occurs in every country regardless of the form of government, the level of development, or geographic location.  ASCE is raising awareness of the real costs of corruption by being a catalyst for cooperation by being a catalyst for cooperation and action by engineers worldwide.  

    The Engineer's Charter

    ASCE is asking individual engineers around the world to sign an Engineer's Charter: Combating Corruption in Engineering and Construction, and continues to promote the charter in countries across the globe.  This is an important way for the world's engineering community to help improve the welfare and quality of life for all.  

    Add your signature to the Charter

    Signing the Engineer's Charter shows your commitment to developing actions that will lead to zero tolerance for bribery, fraud, and corruption in engineering and construction.  To add your name to the list of signatories:

    • Read the Charter in any of these languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, or Arabic
    • Fill in all information fields below and click "Submit."
  • Fill out my online form.
  • If you would like a full copy of the list, please email

    Recent Signatories    


    • Onyebuchi MogboNile University of Nigeria, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, NigeriaMarch 24, 2020
    • V K S V Prasad GottipatiUsha Rama College of Engineering and Tech, Vijayawada, IndiaMarch 24, 2020
    • Ardian SeramatiTirana, AlbaniaApril 10, 2020
    • Ayanlere OlujideFlopat Global Services Ltd., Baltimore, Maryland (USA)April 20, 2020
    • Sanjay Kumar MeenaKarauli, Rajasthan, IndiaApril 20, 2020
    • Ernest W. TollnerUniversity of Georgia, Athens, Georgia (USA)April 20, 2020
    • Wamisang Nicodemus NjiLittoral-Douala, CameroonMay 1, 2020
    • David Garcia-OchoaUniversity of California-Irvine, Irvine, California (USA)May 1, 2020
    • Dr. Njenga MburuDedan Kimathi University of Technology, School of Engineering, Nyeri, KenyaJune 10, 2020
    • Engr. Gbemisola Arike AgbajeFaith Conglomerate Limited, London, UKJune 17, 2020
    • John T. Davis, PE, PSM, F.ASCEWoodland Park, Colorado (USA)June 22, 2020
    • Kiran Kumar PolojuMiddle East College, Muscat, OmanJuly 1, 2020
    • David Charles FroehlichCary, North Carolina (USA)July 8, 2020
    • Antonio Celso de Souza Jr.Universidade Nove de Julho, São Paulo, BrazilJuly 25, 2020
    • Catherine MartsolfPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania (USA)July 26, 2020
    • Ulises Techera, Ph.D.University of Colorado Boulder, Grand Junction, Colorado (USA)August 16, 2020
    • Milan RaiUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska (USA)August 24, 2020
    • Roberto Carlos Vadillo SalazarUniversidad Continental, Huancayo, PerúAugust 28, 2020
    • Antoine KassarjiDamascus University, Beirut, LebanonSeptember 7, 2020

  • Hold a Ring Ceremony at your Section or Branch to induct members into the Order of the Engineer as an expression of their commitment to practicing engineering with integrity and high technical and professional standards.