ACEC has more than 600,000 professionals in the ACEC’s 5,500 Member Firms for you to reach with an Affiliate Membership. The moment you join as an affiliate member, you have access to the number of benefits relevant both to your company and your employees.
For companies that work with or supply products or services to engineering firms or have an interest in the engineering industry can become a National Affiliate Member.
Affiliate member benefits include visibility with a full company listing with logo in the online Affiliate Directory, discounted pricing and greater visibility at the ACEC Conferences, free subscription to our industry magazine, Engineering Inc. and weekly’s blog, Last Word, and much more! Click here to learn more about the membership benefits.
How much is the Annual Membership Dues?
|FEWER THAN 10 EMPLOYEES||$650|
|TEN TO 100 EMPLOYEES||$1,250|
|MORE THAN 100 EMPLOYEES||$1,850|
*Prorated Membership Dues: the annual dues for new member can vary depending on the joined date. Please use our chart of monthly prorated dues to understand what your membership will cost.
When is the membership year?
The membership spans from July 1 to June 30.
Follow these two easy steps:
1. Download and print out the Affiliate Membership Application.
2. Submit the Membership Application along with the annual dues to Jacklin SIganda, email@example.com.
Should you have any questions or want to learn more about the National Affiliate Membership, please contact Erin Wander, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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