Benefits of Membership

The benefits of being an ACEC/MA member are numerous and include the following:  

 

Improving Business Practices.  Member firms benefit from the sharing of information and committee work on Human Resources, Finance, IT and general business practices.

 

Advocating Legislation and Policy.  ACEC/MA is the voice of the engineering industry before state government and advocates beneficial legislation and procurement policy.

 

Promoting Leadership and Professional Development.  Through leadership training, networking and continuing education programs, individual members develop their business skills and forge strong personnel relationships. Member-only leadership training programs – from our long-standing Emerging Leaders to newer Odyssey Leadership and Everest programs provide learning opportunities for various levels within each organization.

 

Recognizing Excellence. Leadership positions in governing ACEC, sponsorships of programs and the Engineering Excellence Awards recognize firms for their accomplishments.

 

Increasing Visibility. A strong, vibrant ACEC/MA will ensure that the voice of he engineering industry is increasingly being heard in the State House, in corporate boardrooms and by the public.  Members have the opportunity to participate in partnering efforts with state agencies and task forces/committees with fellow member firms.

 

Business-related Benefits. ACEC/MA through ACEC National, offers business-related benefits such as discounts for liability, commercial, health and other insurance, on-line continuing education, peer review, tern surveys, contract documents and more.

 

Relevant News and Information impacting our Industry. Members receive Insights, a quarterly electronic newsletter published by ACEC/MA that contains articles of interest to the professional engineering community and The Last Word, a weekly newsletter from ACEC National.

 

ACEC’s Coalitions. ACEC National provides opportunities to share knowledge and best practices.  Members may join these “communities of practice” on the basis of their discipline (such as structural, mechanical and electrical, surveying, land development or small business firm).Click here for the Coalitions Membership Flyer.

 

 

 

 
 
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