American Public Works Association (APWA)
APWA is a voluntary association of public and private sector professionals. Most of our 25,000 members work in city, county and state governments or for private companies which provide public works services. We are engineers, technicians, public works directors, business people, contractors, and many others involved in bringing you critical public projects and services to make communities run efficiently.
American Council of Engineering Consultants of Oregon
ACEC Oregon is a community of engineering and surveying companies working collaboratively for the betterment of our profession and the world in which we work. Our strategic objective is to provide service and value to our members by being visible, effective, and making a difference.
American Society of City Engineers (Oregon Section)
The Oregon Section of ASCE has four student chapters, two branches, three technical groups, and a Younger Member Forum. The section's geographic reach includes Southwest Washington (Clark, Cowlitz, Skamania, and Wahkiakum counties) and all of Oregon, except Morrow, Umatilla, Baker and Malheur counties.
Asphalt Paving Association of Oregon
The Asphalt Pavement Association of Oregon, Inc., (APAO) is a nonprofit trade organization representing the interests of the asphalt paving industry.
Association of Oregon Counties (AOC)
AOC is headquartered in Salem, Oregon. For more information, call (503) 585-8351, or fax (503) 373-7876.
Evergreen Safety Council
The Evergreen Safety Council is a private, non-profit, non-governmental organization located in Seattle, Washington. We promote safe and healthy behaviors on the job, in our homes, and in all parts of our lives. Our goal is to reduce the injuries, suffering and losses that come with accidents.
League of Oregon Cities (LOC)
The League of Oregon Cities is a statewide association. LOC's membership includes 238 of Oregon's 240 incorporated cities, representing more than 2 million Oregonians. All cities with more than 20 residents are members. The mission of the League, founded in 1925, is: "To strengthen and support livable communities."
Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) offers a wide range of Internet materials, including a statewide travel advisory on construction projects, Transportation Commission proceedings, transportation planning documents, agency news releases, summaries of key transportation-related issues, and links to Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS), state job postings, and Departments of Transportation in other states.
Oregon Emergency Management Association
The Oregon Emergency Management Association is committed to minimizing the impact of disasters on communities throughout Oregon. It promotes communication by providing a forum for ideas, suggestions, and courses of action; promotes emergency management principles and programs; provides training and educational opportunities; provides liaison to partner organizations; influences public policy decisions affecting emergency management; and establishes and maintains professional standards.
Oregon Technology Transfer (T2) Center
The T2 Center helps local transportation agencies obtain information and training on transportation technology relating to roads, bridges and public transportation. T2 provides low-cost seminars and workshops, publishes a quarterly newsletter, provides a "circuit rider" service (taking video programs and informational materials to local agencies), provides a lending library service of audio/visual programs on a variety of transportation topics, provides copies of technical bulletins or reports upon request, and answers phone and mail inquiries relating to transportation technology or makes referral to a specialist. Phone: 1-800-544-7134.
Professional Engineers of Oregon (PEO)
PEO is the recognized voice and advocate of licensed Professional Engineers in the state of Oregon. PEO is the organization of licensed Professional Engineer's (PE's) and Engineering Interns/Engineers in Training (EI's/EIT's). Through education, licensure advocacy, leadership training multi-disciplinary networking, and
Professional Land Surveyors of Oregon
The mission of the Professional Land Surveyors of Oregon, a not-for-profit statewide professional organization, is to unite all licensed Land Surveyors in the State of Oregon: to promote legislation and educational programs to improve the professional status of Oregon Land Surveyors; and to advance the profession of Land Surveying by promoting high standards of practice and ethical conduct,
USspecbook is an online content site that services the Construction & Development Industry by providing at one internet location, the Public Works standards & specifications for every state, county, city, and water/sewer/stormwater district in America.