Our Mission

To provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry that fosters education, innovation, and fellowship; promoting a safe, sustainable and efficient highway system.

Our Vision

The American Society of Highway Engineers Greater Hampton Roads Chapter will be the regionally recognized forum for the highway industry.

Values

  • Education and Innovation
  • Diversity
  • Integrity and Ethics
  • Collaboration
  • Quality of Life
  • Fellowship

Goals

  • Increase Visibility
  • Maintain Membership and Expand Market Diversity
  • Promote Education
  • Educate Highway Decision Makers
Conception

The realization of the enormous growth of the highway industry in the Mid-20th century, in particular, the inauguration and implementation of the National System of Interstate and Defense Highway Act of 1956, and the recognition that the knowledge for such a program could only be consummated by the whole-hearted and integrated efforts of all persons associated with the highway industry, led to the formation of the American Society of Highway Engineers with the intent and determination to assume its responsibility for the development of the rapid growing demands of the highway industry.

Recent News

You are cordially invited to the ASHE-GHR Harbor Club Social at The Harbor Club, Waterside District, 333 Waterside Drive, Norfolk VA 23510. ASHE-GHR will be providing light appetizers and one beverage per person beginning at 5:30pm until 7:30pm. Check-in will be available at the event in an ASHE-GHR designated area. Come enjoy the casual atmosphere and […]

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Join us May 16th, 2017 at the Westin Town Center for our Annual Public Works Roundtable. The event begins at 5:30pm with registration and networking. Dinner will start promptly at 6:30pm with the panel discussion kicking off at 7:00pm. This dinner meeting will also include the annual changeover for the ASHE-GHR Board of Directors. Current Panelists: […]

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ASHE of Greater Hampton Roads recently awarded Old Dominion University a new $20,000 scholarship pledge. Below is the text from thank you note received from ODU President John R. Broderick and an image has been posted to the Photo Gallery from the March dinner meeting where the first payment on the pledge was presented. Dear Mr. […]

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