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Hampton Elected ASCE President.

Delon Hampton was elected president of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Hampton is chairman and CEO of Delon Hampton & Associates, Chartered (DHA), a 26-year-old consulting, engineering, design, and construction-management services firm in Washington, D.C. He serves on the Business Member Board of Governors of the American Public Transit Association, is active in several civic organizations, serves on the Greater Washington Board of Trade's Board of Directors, and has served on Montgomery County, Md., Economic Advisory Council. He is also director of the Center for National Policy.

ASCE represents more than 123,000 civil engineers, and it is the nation's oldest national engineering society.
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