The forum, which is being organized by United for Infrastructure, will bring leading candidates for the presidency together to discuss the most important domestic policy issue of the 2020 campaign: the critical need for investment in our nation’s infrastructure. ACEC is a member of the host committee for the event.
The winter meeting of the ACEC Water, Energy and Environment Committee (WEEC) will feature more than a dozen speakers from government and industry discussing key industry issues, including cybersecurity, PFAS, and flood resilience.
ACEC has created a work group to prepare comments in response to the Administration’s recently released changes to National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations.
On the latest Engineering Influence podcast, incoming ACEC Vice Chair Matt Hirst talks with ACEC Strategic Communications Director Jeff Urbanchuk about his generational connection to the Council, how ACEC helps to "bridge the gap" between engineering and running a business, and the importance of advocacy for both infrastructure funding and promoting the value of consulting engineers in the economy.
ACEC has joined with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other stakeholders in urging Congress to reauthorize the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) before it expires on September 30.