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Japan Society of Civil Engineers

Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE) is a non-profit organization of civil engineering in Japan. It was created as an association in 1914 and its offices are located in Yotsuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo. JSCE currently has 35.553 members. JSCE mission is to contribute to the promotion of scientific culture by encouraging civil engineering and expansion of civil engineering activity. Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE) was established as an association in 1914 charged with the mission of contributing to the advancement of scientific culture by encouraging civil engineering and expansion of civil engineering activity. Since its inception, JSCE sought to achieve the above mission with important activities, including scientific exchanges between members, researchers / promotion of science and technology related to the field of civil engineering, social commitment etc. Over the years, the JSCE members increased significantly since the first 443 members approximately and 39,000 members at present, and are currently engaged in various activities in the distance around the world. With the birth of the 21st century, JSCE confirmed its targets for exercise perpetual efforts to propose an idea for the development of social infrastructure in the future from the perspective of civil engineers, to gain a steadfast relationship of mutual trust with society to promote scientific and technological research / study with a high degree of transparency, and evaluate public works from a neutral point of view and reach a social consensus on appropriate standards. In addition, JSCE will implement these essential new programs that the qualification system for civil engineers, continuing professional development, etc., in favour of creating an environment where civil engineers can largely take an active role in the international community and where engineering technologies can contribute to the approval of persons in and outside Japan.

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