The American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) is the business association of the Massachusetts engineering industry, representing over 110 independent engineering, A/E and land surveying companies engaged in the development of transportation, environmental, industrial, and other infrastructure. Founded in 1960 and headquartered in Boston, MA, ACEC/MA is a member organization of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) based in Washington, DC. ACEC is a national federation of 51 state and regional organizations.
ACEC/MA Committees and Forums promote legislation and regulations to enhance the business of engineering; identify industry best practices; review business products and services that benefit Member Firms; and oversee ACEC programs.
With 16 different committees and business practice forums, there’s a place for everyone to get involved.
Attend and/or encourage people in your firm to attend ACEC/MA Programs and Member Briefings. These offer great networking and educational opportunities. See our Calendar for these upcoming events.
Encourage and recruit appropriate people in your firm to attend ACEC/MA’s Leadership Education Programs.
Attend and encourage people in your firm to attend Engineers and Land Surveyors Day at the State House (In May). This yearly event provides the opportunity to meet with your state legislators and let them know what issues are important to our industry.
Founded in 1960, the American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) is a business association dedicated to assisting its members in achieving higher professional, ethical, business and economic standards to provide quality consulting engineering services for their clients that assure public health and safety.
ACEC/MA members are the leading engineering firms in Massachusetts. Our member firms range in size from single employee entrepreneurs, to large locally-based firms and branch offices of national firms as well as the headquarters of national and international engineering firms; yet about one third of our members are small businesses with ten or fewer employees.
ACEC/MA is affiliated with the Washington, DC-based nationwide ACEC, a federation of 52 member organizations, with over 5,000 member firms employing over 180,000 people, which design more than $100 billion per year in capital projects.
ACEC Committees promote legislation and regulations to enhance the business of engineering; identify industry best practices; review business products and services that benefit Member Firms; and oversee ACEC programs.
ACEC Coalitions are communities of ACEC members organized by practice area or firm size, dedicated to sharing knowledge and providing a range of practical, day-to-day resources to enhance your business.
ACEC Forums/Councils give member firm employees with specific functional responsibilities the opportunity to network with their peers nationwide through workshops, roundtable discussions, educational meetings, newsletters, and other events.
ACEC is a federation of 52 State/Regional Organizations that provide many of the same opportunities for participation on the state and local level.
ACEC hosts more than 100 online Communities, including communities for Committee, Coalition and Forum/Council members. To join a community, first join the committee. Click here to view the list of ACEC national committees.
With the support of our member firms, ACEC/MA works to protect and promote your business. ACEC/MA's work with state leaders, legislators and with state agencies has led to the following recent victories.
ACEC/MA has developed a 3-year strategic plan that outlines key goals for the upcoming years. The Plan is revisited on an annual basis and updated as appropriate.
These are the current Bylaws of ACEC/MA:
ACEC/MA members only pay the ACEC/MA member rate for registration. Check the ACEC/MA member directory to see if your firm is an ACEC/MA member. If your firm is an ACEC/MA member, you are a member.
Important: You must use the account, including the username and password, of the individual you wish to register.
Please note: Altering your name or contact information during registration may overwrite your record in our membership database.
If you have additional questions regarding registration, please contact us at 617/227-5551 or email@example.com.
Registration is processed through the ACEC/MA associated website, www.engineers.org. ACEC/MA is supported by the staff of The Engineering Center Education Trust.