2018 ASCE Philadelphia Section Community Outreach and Service Award
John Doyle, EIT
John Doyle, EIT is a Highway and Trail Designer at Traffic Planning and Design, Inc. He has been with TPD since May of 2016 after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelors in Civil and Environmental Engineering. In his spare time, John enjoys following Philly sports, going to concerts, and hanging out with family and friends. John now enters his second year on the YMF Board as CivE Club Co-chair to the Chester A. Arthur School.
On Thursday, May 3, 2018 John was recognized at the ASCE Philadelphia Section’s Spring Social with the Community Outreach and Service
Award for his impact on the community through the ASCE Philadelphia YMF, the Chester A. Arthur Civil Engineering Club, and Engineers
Without Borders. John has been volunteering with the Chester A. Arthur Civil Engineering (CivE) Club for more than a year and a half.
John started as a semi regular volunteer before becoming one of the YMF’s CivE Club Co-chairs to coordinate the club’s weekly activities.
The CivE Club at Chester A. Arthur’s School offers countless opportunities to teach students about civil engineering, urging them
towards a career in the STEM field.
“There are plenty of opportunities to get to know the students and participate in STEM related activities. I have had a great time running the club for the last year, along with fellow YMF CivE Club Co-chair Tim Abel and CivE Club Moderator Mike Franklin, and am looking forward to doing the same with the students at Chester A. Arthur School again this year.” - John Doyle
Additionally, John has been an active member for the past 10 months with the Engineers Without Borders Community Engineering Corps (CEC) for the Philadelphia Chapter. The CEC provides pro-bono engineering services on a local level, where they are currently providing engineering services to install ADA facilities and other site related improvements to a church in Northeast Philadelphia.
“I want to thank all those who have been a part of both the CivE Club and the CEC. I would not have been recognized by ASCE’s Philadelphia Section with the Community Outreach and Service Award if not for these organizations and all the volunteers.” - John Doyle
Thank you to John, (and all our volunteers) for your contributions to the ASCE Philadelphia Section, as well as towards ASCE's mission of advancing the civil engineering profession and serving the public good. Thank you especially to the Philadelphia Section for their continued support and for hosting the CivE Club, now completing its 6th year as a nationally recognized Civil Engineering Club. For more information about the CivE Club and to volunteer with the CivE Club next year, email John Doyle (email@example.com).