Welcome to the web site for the Northwest Ohio Section of the American Society of Highway Engineers.

Our section has more than 60 members that represent private corporations, government agencies, associations, and educational institutions the highway industry throughout the greater Toledo area and Northwest Ohio.

Our section’s mission is to promote the quality planning, design, construction, maintenance and operation of safe and efficient highways; to foster a general understanding of the economic importance of highways and seek support for their fiscal viability; to stimulate and publicize technology advances in the highway field; to encourage communication and cooperation among all segments of the highway industry; to stress the value of individuals; and to facilitate the ethics, leadership, and career growth of our members.

The benefits of membership in ASHE are designed and delivered for you to grow as a professional in the transportation industry.

Network with Your Peers
Local professional development events enable ASHE members to advance their skills and knowledge of the industry by listening to respected speakers. It also allows members opportunities to network with a variety of highway professionals.

Be Recognized for Your Work
Your skills can be celebrated at the annual Project and Person of the Year Awards programs, which recognize the best projects and practices by professionals in the greater Toledo area.

Find a Mentor
Need advice from a seasoned professional? ASHE fosters meaningful and mentoring relationships between local transportation professionals and younger ASHE members and students.

Find a New Job
You have job search assistance right at your fingertips through the online National ASHE Job Bank, which offers classified ads and links to industry news. This is a free service offered to ASHE members.

Give Back to the Industry
ASHE members also have the opportunity to give back to industry by participating in State Science Day – a friendly scholarship competition between more than 1000 students in grades 7 – 12. Students are evaluated on their scientific research and communications skills. A team of judges from the Central Ohio Section evaluates projects and interviews students to determine the winners.

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