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ACEC Chair-Elect Charlie Gozdziewski Discusses New Strategic Plan in Podcast

ACEC News / Advocacy
January 21, 2020

ACEC Chair-Elect Charlie Gozdziewski Discusses New Strategic Plan in Podcast

On the latest Engineering Influence podcast, ACEC Chair-elect Charlie Gozdziewski of Hardesty and Hanover in New York City discusses the implementation of the Council's new Strategic Plan, as well as the importance of advocacy efforts and the growing demand for resilient design.

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FOX News’ Chris Wallace Heads Stellar Speaker Lineup at ACEC Convention

ACEC News / Convention
January 17, 2020

FOX News’ Chris Wallace Heads Stellar Speaker Lineup at ACEC Convention

FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace, Uncharted Power founder and CEO Jessica Matthews, and charity: water founder and CEO Scott Harrison will address the 2020 ACEC Annual Convention & Legislative Summit in Washington, D.C., April 26-29.

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Industry News
January 16, 2020

New DOD Cybersecurity Regulations Could Adversely Impact Small Contractors

Small Department of Defense contractors are expected to be hardest hit by new cybersecurity standards that the Pentagon plans to release at the end of January.

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New Executive Committee Members Elected

ACEC News / Governance
January 14, 2020

New Executive Committee Members Elected

Robin Greenleaf, CEO of Architectural Engineers, Inc., in Boston, will become the new chair-elect, succeeding Charlie Gozdziewski, who will begin his term as ACEC Chair at the Convention.  Greenleaf will assume the office of Chair for the 2021-2022 administrative year.

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HNTB Study Finds U.S. Drivers Pay Less than $25/month for Transportation Infrastructure

Industry News / Infrastructure Funding
January 14, 2020

HNTB Study Finds U.S. Drivers Pay Less than $25/month for Transportation Infrastructure

Compared to what they pay for electricity, water, and broadband, American drivers get a great deal on transportation infrastructure, according to a recent report by HNTB.

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Member Firm News
June 15, 2021

How and where we access health care is changing rapidly due to the pressures COVID-19 has brought to bear on our health services globally.  One of the changes has been in health facility design, according to  Jacobs’ Director of Health Infrastructure Matthew Holmes and Healthcare Architect and Physician Dr. Diana Anderson.

https://www.jacobs.com/ne


June 15, 2021

A Roadmap to NetZero, part of Black & Veatch’s Hydrogen 2021 program, presents a technology agnostic guide to strategic decarbonization road mapping

https://www.bv.com/news/d


June 8, 2021

Dewberry, a privately held professional services firm, announced the acquisition of Edmonds Engineering. The 75+ person firm has five locations with offices in Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee, with its headquarters located in Birmingham, Alabama.

https://www.dewberry.com/


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