- Membership Eligibility
Membership in ACEC/CT is open to all firms (corporations, partnerships, sole proprietorships, etc.) furnishing independent consulting engineering services. Firms must have an office in the state, have at least one principal licensed as a Professional Engineer by the State of Connecticut, practice under an organizational arrangement that does not involve a conflict of interest or that does not subordinate independent professional judgment, and agrees to abide by the ACEC Professional and Ethical Conduct Guidelines. Membership in the American Consulting Engineers Council is required to join ACEC/CT.
- ACEC/CT Membership Application: Click here
- ACEC/CT Membership Brochure: Click here
- ACEC/CT Membership Benefits
Your membership in ACEC/CT and ACEC will enable your firm to tap into a variety of benefits
As a ACEC/CT Member Firm, you receive the following benefits:
- ACEC Membership Benefits click here for ACEC website.
- Legislative and Regulatory News, an up-to-date summary of bills, laws and regulations, related to the engineering industry, being introduced, considered or recently passed, as well as a link to state and national legislative sites.
- Links to Listings of Various other professional, client and technical organizations
- ACEC/CT Board, Committee, and Coalition Listings and Meetings Calendar
- Mechanical & Structural Forms to comply with the Connecticut State Building Code.
- Standard Engineering Services Contracts available for purchase
- Career Day Presentation Topics and Materials available for Elementary Through University Level
- Life, Health, Workers Compensation and Disability Insurance Programs
- Cost-saving Retirement Program - Click here.
- Professional and technical seminars and meetings
- Technical coalitions for structural, geotechnical and mechanical/electrical engineers
- Outstanding referral service for owners to locate your firm
- Excellent business practice guidelines and advice.
- Up-to-date information about state DPW project Requests for Qualifications
- Liaison committees with the state Department of Transportation and Public Works
- Education of owners through the Connecticut QBS Council on selecting design professionals through qualifications rather than bidding
- An extensive public relations program to inform owners, legislators and policy makers about the importance of consulting engineers in the health of Connecticut's economy
ACEC Membership Benefits
Your firm's membership investment in the American Council of Engineering Companies returns direct dividends when you participate in these money-saving programs. The American Council of Engineering Companies is dedicated to creating a business, economic and political environment that encourages quality design and enhances your bottom line. For example, ACEC business management information helps you work smarter; communications programs increase your firm's business development opportunities; and aggressive government relations activity gives you a voice in matters that impact your firm daily. Now, ACEC also helps you control the cost of doing business with these valuable services. Contact ACEC Member Services or call the "800" number listed for specific services.
Overnight Shipping, Office Supply Discounts, Publications, Long Distance Telephone Discount, Software Discounts, Fax / Office Equipment Discount, Car Rental Savings, Debt Collecting, Business Protection, Economical Employee Benefits, Read What Design Firms Say About These ACEC Benefits
Click here for a Value Proposition Summary.Getting Your Dues Quote
Dues are calculated based upon the size of the firm, if the Connecticut location is a branch or the firm's main office, and whether your firm has been a member of ACEC for the past three years. To estimate membership dues for your firm, complete the brief questionnaire.