• 2016 ECVPAC Golf Classic

  • The 2016 Golf Classic raised an estimated $11,000 for the Engineering Companies of Virginia Political Action Committee (ECVPAC) and drew out dozens of participants to the Foundry Golf Club. Thank you to everyone who attended and sponsored the 2016 Golf Classic! Your efforts and donations help to ensure a strong presence in legislative activities. We hope everyone enjoyed their day at The Foundry Golf Club and join us again next year!


    Flight 1

    1st Place

    Mark McGuire – Eden & Associates
    Tim Dean – Draper Aden & Associates
    Marshall Eichfeld – Michael Baker International
    D. Douglas

    2nd Place

    Matt Gough – Ames & Gough
    Michael Heatwole – Ames & Gough
    Blake Peck – Ames & Gough
    Emmett Clougherty - Rutherfoord

    Flight 2

    1st Place

    Kevin Kokal – Alliance Engineering
    Donald Whiteway – Newport News Shipbuilding
    Terry Voltz – Newport News Shipbuilding
    Dave Giardini – Nestle Purina PetCare

    2nd Place

    Benjamin Lilly, Hankins & Anderson
    Larry Jonkers - MultiCon
    Jim Gloeckner – Beyer Blinder Belle
    Chris Barrar – Hankins & Anderson

    Longest Drive Winner

    Kevin Kokal, Alliance Engineering

    Closest-to-the-Pin Winners

    Bruce Sadler, Austin Brockenbrough & Associates
    Preston Frey, Schnabel Engineering

    Thank you to all our sponsors!

    Accumark, Inc.
    Action Tech
    Ames & Gough, Inc.
    ARC Document Solutions
    Austin Brockenbrough & Associates, LLP
    Bowman Foster & Associates PC
    Clark Nexsen
    Collins Engineers, Inc.
    Draper Aden Associates, Inc.
    Dunbar Milby Williams Pittman & Vaughan
    ECS Mid-Atlantic LLC
    Hankins and Anderson
    Johnson Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc.
    Matheson Financial Advisors
    Schnabel Engineering
    Williams Mullen

    Support the ECVPAC!

    The Engineering Companies of Virginia Political Action Committee (ECVPAC) is a statewide, non-partisan, non-profit political action committee created by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Virginia. ECVPAC supports political candidates who embrace positions fostering a healthy engineering community. We support candidates running for office in the Virginia Senate and the House of Delegates. ECVPAC works to protect and promote the political interests of professional engineers and engineering companies. A strong ECVPAC provides the engineering industry a strong voice with state elected officials.

    Help us ensure a strong engineering presence in legislative activities. Contributions are voluntary/membership with ACEC Virginia is not required.

    To learn more, visit our Advocacy Page for more information on how to donate to the ACEC National PAC and the ECVPAC!