"Our firm has received more value from CAMEE, the ACEC coalition specifically created to support Mechanical/Electrical Engineering Firms, than any other organization with respect to improved business practices, reduced professional liability, and increased profitability. It’s great to build new relationships with firms with similar disciplines located throughout the country. The MEP engineering feedback and business tools based on different perspectives and markets has been invaluable." - Joseph P. Harvey, P.E., President, JPHARVEY Engineering Solutions
ACEC/VA members are eligible to join specialty coalitions within ACEC — dedicated communities of ACEC members organized by practice area or firm size. The coalitions provide a range of practical, day-to-day resources to enhance the operation of your business and make it more profitable by sharing knowledge and best practices with peers in your area of specialization.
Learn more about the coalitions at http://www.acec.org/coalitions/
The Council of American Mechanical and Electrical Engineers (CAMEE)
CAMEE represents mechanical/electrical engineering firms, providing a forum for improving bottom-line business with improved business practices, reduced professional liability, and increased profitability. Click here for additional information about this coalition.
The Council of American Structural Engineers (CASE)
CASE represents structural engineering firms dedicated to making structural engineering a fair, profitable and robust industry. CASE offers the opportunity to grow their businesses through shared best practices, reduced professional liability exposure and increased profitability. Click here for additional information about this coalition.
The Council of Professional Surveyors (COPS)
Rapid change, competitive pressures, and tremendous advancements in technology and software are changing the way business is done. COPS represents professional surveying/geospatial engineering firms to strengthen the industry image and business environment by advancing quality professional geospatial services – turning challenges into opportunities. Click here for additional information about this coalition.
The Land Development Coalition (LDC)
The LDC represents the unique needs of firms that offer land development, site/civil and geotechnical services. The coalition strengthens the business environment and image of land development with clients, agencies and other engineering professionals.Click here for additional information about this coalition.
The Small Firm Council (SFC)
The SFC represents and advances small business interests within ACEC—as well as with United States Federal Agencies and the United States. SFC provides an indispensable forum that focuses on the unique needs and challenges facing small firms. Join the SFC by January 6, 2017 and get all the benefits of membership for half price. Click here for additional information about this coalition.
Geoprofessional Coalition (GEO)
GEO is dedicated to strengthening the business environment and promoting the image of the geoprofessional industry with clients, agencies, and other engineering professionals for both the private and public sectors with advocacy and networking.