ACEC/CT Board, Committees and Coalitions

ACEC/CT offers its members a wide variety of coalitions and committees tailored to the special interests of its members. Below is a description of each. Please feel free to request that one or more people from your firm be assigned to these groups. In fact, active participation in ACEC/CT’s coalitions and committees will dramatically increase the return on your dues investment in ACEC/CT. If you don’t know which group would best serve you, let us know your interests and we will introduce you to the group that matches your interests.
ACEC/CT Board of Directors Sets policy for the organization and manages the association’s affairs.
Structural Engineers Coalition Conducts seminars of interest to structural engineers, reviews building codes and legislation.
Geotechnical Engineers Coalition Reviews matters of interest to geotechnical engineers including liability issues and contracts.
Mechanical/Electrical Coalition Educates M/E engineers, architects and owners in order to provide efficiently engineered buildings.
DOT Liaison Committee Meets with state Department of Transportation to discuss contract provisions and improve quality.
DCS Industry Advisory Council This coalition of design and construction industry association representatives meets with state Department of Administrative Services Division of Construction Services to discuss contract provisions and improve quality of public works projects.
Image/Awareness Committee Working to improve the public perception of consulting engineers.
Business Practices Committee Educates members in methods to improve their business practices.
Membership Committee Recruits new members into ACEC/CT, reviews membership services and develops new services for ACEC/CT members.
Program Committee Develops seminars and workshops for business and technical educational programs.