Part 1 of 2: ASCE’s new code of ethics explained

On Oct. 26, 2020, the ASCE Board of Direction approved a comprehensive rewrite of the ASCE Code of Ethics, the most extensive change to the Society’s ethical code in more than 45 years. This is the first of two columns that will review the new code and highlight noteworthy areas of difference from, and consistency with, the code it replaces.

QUESTION How does the new Code of Ethics compare with its predecessor?

DISCUSSION Looking first to the overall structure of the new Code of Ethics, one of the most significant changes in the new code is its abandonment

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