TOUR DE CURE

ATCS Rides to Raise Funds for the American Diabetes Association

TOUR DE CURE

ATCS team members, family and friends gathered in Reston, VA for the 25th Annual Tour De Cure ride to raise funds for the American Diabetes Association. With over 30 participants from our offices, ATCS raised $4,276 to help the fight to Stop Diabetes.

“This was our chance to create change. ATCS is dedicated to giving back to the community while finding opportunities to support our wellness program. It was definitely a great success and a stepping stone to surpass our efforts for next year,” said Team Captain, John A. Depasquale, PE, Vice President of Transportation Services.

Our riders trained hard for the event, and once they crossed the finish line, enjoyed a well-deserved celebratory lunch, knowing they made a difference for our communities. The efforts of ATCS’s Tour de Cure riders and donors, and the great support received from families and the community made this event a success.

Bill Caruthers and Young Ho Chang

Founder and former ATCS President inducted into the Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni

Bill Caruthers and Young Ho Chang

Bill Caruthers and Young Ho Chang

Founder and former ATCS President, William (“Bill”) Caruthers, was inducted into the Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni on April 21, 2016. The Eighteenth Annual Charles E. Via, Jr. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) honored Outstanding Young and Distinguished Alumni who are selected based on a review of their overall career accomplishments and contributions to the profession, their community and service to Virginia Tech. Candidates for these awards come from nominations submitted directly to the CEE department by Alumni.

Current ATCS President, Young Ho Chang, P.E., participated in the banquet to introduce Bill and opened the banquet as the Chair of the Virginia Tech CEE Alumni Board.