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Engineering  |  ASCE CRC 2020

MARCH 8-10 2020




The ASCE Construction Research Congress (CRC) is one of the prime international conferences in the area of construction engineering and management. It is organized every two years by the Construction Research Council of the ASCE Construction Institute. CRC 2020 will be hosted by Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe, Arizona, on March 8-10, 2020. Tempe is in the Phoenix metropolitan area, the fifth most populous city in the US. It is home to the flagship campus of ASU, the nation’s largest university by enrollment. The campus is served by Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), located 5 miles from campus and connected by light rail.


The theme for this conference is “Construction Research and Innovation to Transform Society.” As the built environment, including civil, industrial, building, and cyber infrastructure, evolves to support sustainable and resilient communities of the future, the construction industry will need to evolve. New infrastructure system developments are already transforming society in terms of safety, health, economics, and quality of life. A global network of construction stakeholders will gather at this event to share the state-of-the-art in research and practice for tackling the challenges of the 21st-century construction industry.  This premier conference is an opportunity to inspire the next generation of construction leaders, emphasizing an interdisciplinary approach to research and innovation.