American Council of Engineering Companies


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American Council of Engineering Companies

A lobbying group representing engineering companies in the United States. It represents approximately 5,500 private firms and advocates in their interest before the federal government. Its primary advocacy issues include tax, regulation, and the environment.
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The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) is the voice of America's engineering industry.
In 2002, we changed our name to the American Council of Engineering Companies of New Hampshire, or ACEC-NH.
of Manufacturers, AMT, and others ranging from the American Council of Engineering Companies to the Portland Cement Assn.
Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM), a Millburn, N J-based engineering firm, received the Grand Award in the 2008 Engineering Excellence Awards competition, sponsored by the American Council of Engineering Companies of New Jersey (ACECNJ).
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Washington announced the state's most prestigious engineering awards for the year, the 2008 Engineering Excellence Awards.
The nationwide survey is conducted by the National Society of Professional Engineers, the American Institute of Architects and the American Council of Engineering Companies.
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) held its annual Engineering Excellence Awards Gala in Washington, D.
Speaking on Wednesday to the American Council of Engineering Companies, Bush said, ``to stay competitive, we got to make sure our children have the skill sets necessary to fill the jobs of the 21st century.
were awarded the 2005-06 Grand Conceptor Engineering Excellence Award for the best overall engineering project by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Arkansas for their work on the Beaver Water District's Raw Water Intake Project.
The soaring glass structure with its distinctive powerful curves and striking facade has earned a national Platinum Award for structural engineering from the American Council of Engineering Companies and an additional accolade for its structural systems from the organization's New York chapter.
the magazine of the American Council of Engineering Companies, finished second in the judging.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania held the judging for the 2003 Diamond Awards for Engineering Excellence.
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