Washington, DC — After a year of intense development, ACEC, the American Council of Engineering Companies, is pleased to announce the launch of its newly designed website.
The primary goal of the design process was to develop a website that better reflected the vibrancy and essential work of engineering while also inviting existing and potential ACEC members to learn about the Council and the variety of programs and benefits we offer. The result is a site that is clean, elegant, and modern and puts the user experience first.
“With the launch of the new ACEC website, the Council has a second chance to make an important first impression,” said Linda Bauer Darr, ACEC’s president & CEO. “The engineering industry is leading the design of America’s infrastructure. We’re innovators helping to build a better, more resilient world. Our web presence now reflects the essential nature of our work in a forward-looking way.”
One of the most notable features of the new website is the resource library which stores all the publications, letters, and key reference material members have come to rely upon. The resource library now serves as a unified space where this material can be searched by topic and resource type, whether a user is looking for a Congressional letter or a white paper. We have also restricted access to some information on the site just to ACEC members to preserve its value to ACEC members.
“The new ACEC site is the product of a year’s worth of research, stakeholder engagement, and thoughtful development with our partners at YOKO Co.,” said ACEC Senior Vice President, Communications and Marketing Jeff Urbanchuk. “We look forward to having the site evolve as our industry evolves to tell the story of engineering in compelling and informative ways.”