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What’s Easier? Winning a Design Job or Hiring a Great New Engineer? Find out on January 29

ACEC News / Education
January 22, 2020

What’s Easier? Winning a Design Job or Hiring a Great New Engineer? Find out on January 29

In the January 29 Online Class What’s Easier? Winning a Design Job or Hiring a Great New Engineer?, McLaughlin Brunson Managing Director John Krantz will explore the dynamics of talent acquisition, compensation, motivation, and profit.

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Incoming ACEC Vice Chair Hirst Discusses ExCom Goals for 2020 on Podcast

ACEC News / Advocacy
January 22, 2020

Incoming ACEC Vice Chair Hirst Discusses ExCom Goals for 2020 on Podcast

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.

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ACEC, Chamber Urge WRDA Reauthorization, Expansion of QBS to State Revolving Fund Projects

ACEC News / Advocacy
January 22, 2020

ACEC, Chamber Urge WRDA Reauthorization, Expansion of QBS to State Revolving Fund Projects

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.

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ACEC-Rhode Island Hosts Diversity Networking Event

Member Firms / Member Organizations
January 21, 2020

ACEC-Rhode Island Hosts Diversity Networking Event

More than 160 people attended the inaugural ACEC-RI Diversity Networking Forum at the Rhode Island DOT in Providence on January 15.

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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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Member Firm News
April 6, 2021

Langan Engineering & Environmental Services announced the acquisition of Adams Consulting Engineers, Inc. headquartered in Dallas with additional offices in Austin and Tyler, Texas. The acquisition, only the second in Langan’s 50-year history, helps accelerate the firm’s growth in Texas, where Langan has operated since 2015 in Houston. With this move, Langan now has more than 1,300 employees across 36 offices.

https://www.langan.com/em


March 30, 2021

The recently finalized partnership of Confluence Networks, LLC and MasTec, Inc. has selected WSP USA to assist in completing its Confluence-1 fiberoptic cable system.

https://www.wsp.com/en-US


March 23, 2021

Burns & McDonnell has promoted Leon Harden as the firm’s first diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) strategy manager. After three years working in recruitment at Burns & McDonnell, in his new role Harden will work closely with executive leaders and business diversity teams globally to provide strategic guidance for creating and integrating DEI initiatives and programs into all aspects of the 100% employee-owned engineering, construction and architecture firm.

https://www.burnsmcd.com/


Market Indicators
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Engineering Employment
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1,539,400 (March)
1,532,000 (February)

Construction Spending
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$1,516,900,000 (February)
$1,529,000,000 (January)

Dodge Momentum Index
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151.4 (March)
148.8 (February)

Morrissey Goodale U.S. M&A Index
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313 Deals--Down 2 percent year-over-year

AIA Billings Index
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53.3 (February)
44.9 (January)

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