DC Boundary Stones, Stephen Powers of NCS, and Washington Wizards 2023 City Edition Uniforms

Washington Post highlights NBA and DC boundary stones

Of the seven City Edition uniforms the Washington Wizards have unveiled since the NBA and Nike launched their leaguewide initiative in 2017 to celebrate each franchise’s unique ties to its community (and sell more merchandise), this year’s version is the most outside the box.
Scott Allen, Washington Post November 1, 2023.

Stephen Powers, member of ASCE-NCS, the force behind the decade-long volunteer restoration effort of the stones, wonders...

“I’m hoping the tide is going to turn when people see it presented holistically and get the backstory on it, that there will be more pride and understanding,” Powers said. “And hopefully, for me, people are like, ‘Oh, I want to go see these stones.’ Maybe this will get us closer to one day the stones being National Historic Landmarks and getting money to take care of them.”
Stephen Powers.

Watch the three-minute video, produced by the Wizards, of Stephen Powers describing the origins of the DC boundary stones.

What is ASCE-NCS?

Welcome to the website of the National Capital Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), a professional society for civil engineers.  ASCE was founded in 1852, represents 130,000 members of the civil engineering professional worldwide, and is America's oldest national engineering society.

The National Capital Section was founded in 1916 and currently has more than 3,100 members.  The section is located in Region 2 (link to region 2: http://region2.asce.org/). The National Capital Section serves the District of Columbia; the counties of Montgomery and Prince Georges in Maryland, except College Park in Prince Georges County; the counties of Fairfax and Arlington, and City of Alexandria in Virginia. The National Capital Section's mission includes:

  • To advance the professional knowledge and improve the practice of civil engineering for our members and those we serve.
  • To advocate for our profession with those whose actions affect us, and to educate those whose actions and responsibilities could benefit from a better understanding of the contributions of civil engineers.
  • To improve our community through effective community outreach programs, local involvement and educational efforts.

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