Welcome, New ASHE-GHR Members!

  • Eric Garland
  • Chris Swartz
  • Joe Modica
  • Matthew Martin
  • Jesse Allen
  • Daniel Yatzeck
  • Jimmy Evans
  • Julie Hannah
  • Ivan Lineberry
  • Phil Lohr
  • John Gaul
  • Jennifer Canatsey
  • Crystal Cox
  • Gregory Howell
  • Matthew Orensky
  • Ryan Hess
Membership Benefits

ASHE members come from a diverse industry comprising of local transportation officials, consultants, construction contractors and suppliers.

Some of the benefits of membership are:

  • Bi-Monthly local meetings offer opportunities to meet and network in a casual atmosphere. This helps members advance their business and career goals.
  • Members can participate on a committee and contribute to the advancement of the highway industry while sharpening their leadership skills.
  • Numerous presentations each year provide programs and technical information relevant to you.
  • Helps members gain first hand information of highway related issues in the Greater Hampton Roads area in particular and the Commonwealth of Virginia.

If you are interested in joining the Greater Hampton Roads Section, please click on the membership application below.

Increased membership adds to our influence, recognition and ability to positively impact the community. Your membership will also help expand ASHE’s resources to strengthen and enhance the profession for all Highway engineers.

Membership Applications

If you would like to enjoy the benefits of being a member of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) for the Greater Hampton Roads Chapter, please see the links below:

To renew your membership, please contact us.

1500 Wells Fargo Center
440 Monticello Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23510
Attention: Matt Edwards (AECOM)

Interested in paying membership dues online via PayPal? Please enter in the new member name below and select “Buy Now”.

The American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) has a vision “To provide leadership and innovation to the highway industry, ensuring mobility for the future.” In the Tidewater area of Virginia this charge has been taken up by the Greater Hampton Roads Chapter. To accomplish this mission, we have implemented many programs to promote the field of Transportation Engineering. We also try and promote fellowship throughout the industry. We cannot do this without the generous support of our corporate sponsors.

To learn more about the American Society of Highway Engineers, visit the ASHE web site at www.highwayengineers.org or contact any of the officers listed on the ASHE Board of Directors.