ACEC national members are eligible to join the specialty groups known as ACEC Coalitions — dedicated communities of ACEC members organized by practice area or firm size. The coalitions provide a range of practical, day-to-day resources to enhance the operation of your business and make it more profitable by sharing knowledge and best practices with peers in your area of specialization.
CAMEE membership helps firms improve their business practices, reduce professional liability, and increase profitability. Members gain access to comprehensive business practice documents, latest research/trends in the field, and other learning/networking opportunities with colleagues from other M/E associations and client groups. Learn more.
CASE membership provides access to detailed and thorough contract documents, guidelines, and members-only programs designed to improve business practices, minimize project risk, and enhance work product quality. Learn more.
COPS members gain access to comprehensive contract, safety, and estimating documents, while enjoying networking with industry leaders and peers to share best practices and discover new business opportunities. Learn more.
DPC provides a direct route to senior executives from prominent engineering, architectural, surveying, and mapping firms for discussion and exploration of relevant business issues. With the support of its membership, DPC addresses critical political and public policy issues to promote and protect the interests of our industry, member companies, and the public good. Learn more.
Geoprofessional Coalition represents the unique needs of firms providing site/civil and geo-technical services, and serves as the industry advocate for firms specializing in land issues. Geoprofessional members get access to an invaluable network of professionals to share best practices, troubleshoot common problems, and explore new business opportunities. Learn more.
LDC represents the unique needs of firms providing land development, site/civil and geo-technical services, and serves as the industry advocate for firms specializing in land issues. LDC members get access to an invaluable network of land development professionals to share best practices, troubleshoot common problems, and explore new business opportunities. Learn more.
SFC membership provides direct access to expert management advice, programs, and discussions to help small firms thrive. SFC monitors the Small Business Administration and other federal agencies to protect contracting opportunities and advance important issues specific to small firms. SFC members also receive reduced registration rates to the Annual Winter Seminar. Learn more.
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