What is ACEC Georgia?
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia (ACEC Georgia) is the voice of the business of engineering in Georgia. ACEC Georgia advocates for public policy and legislation that will improve the business climate for the engineering industry, promote economic development and protect the integrity of the engineering profession. ACEC Georgia programs and events provide unique business development opportunities, information on current trends and best practices as well as leadership training to develop the next generation of engineering industry leaders.
ACEC Georgia's focus centers around the four points of our Value Proposition:
Fighting for the business interests of the engineering industry at every level of government - federal, state, and local - by advancing and securing policies that will positively impact firms in every part of our state.
Creating networking opportunities, programs and events that allow our members to connect with potential clients, teaming partners, as well as the leaders who influence Georgia's engineering industry.
Providing resources and content that help our members manage their firms more efficiently, productively and profitably by highlighting industry best practices; HR, IT, risk management and legal issues; business, economic & technology trends and through practice-area forums that facilitate the exchange of knowledge about the unique business challenges faced by firms within specific engineering disciplines.
Providing best-in-class leadership training programs specifically designed for the up-and-coming talent at every level of our member firms’ organizational charts, focused on instilling business development, client & people management and “big picture” leadership skills.
Founded in 1956, ACEC Georgia is a member organization of the American Council of Engineering Companies, a national federation of 51 state and regional organizations headquartered in Washington, DC. ACEC Georgia Member Firms are consulting engineering firms from across the spectrum of engineering disciplines, with permanent offices in the State of Georgia that are staffed by qualified and registered professional engineers. ACEC Georgia represents more than 200 Member Firms, which employ more than 9,500 people in Georgia.