Aerotech Mapping, Inc.
Amec Foster Wheeler
Animas Environmental Services, LLC
Applied Technology Associates
Bohannan Huston, Inc.
Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers, Inc.
CDM Smith, Inc.
Daniel B. Stephens & Associates, Inc.
Griffith Engineering Services, LLC
HDR Engineering, Inc.
Isaacson & Arfman, P.A.
JCB Engineering, Inc.
Larkin Group NM, Inc.
Lee Engineering LLC
Louis Berger U.S., Inc.
Mark Goodwin & Associates, P.A.
McKeen Consulting Engineers
Nelson Consulting, Inc.
Occam Engineers, Inc.
Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc.
Pettigrew & Associates, P.A.
Radian Engineering, LLC
Smith Engineering Company
Souder, Miller & Associates
Stubbs Engineering, Inc.
Terracon Consultants, Inc.
Wilson & Company, Inc., Engineers & Architects
YeDoma Consultants, LLC
Zia Engineering & Environmental Consultants
Ecosphere Environmental Services
Marron and Associates, Inc.
Sites Southwest LLC
Tierra Right of Way Services, Ltd.
Zeigler Geologic Consulting, LLC
Benefits of Membership
Expand Your Presence in the Engineering Community
Meetings and social functions are held with peers to discuss common business interests and partnering opportunities, as well as current trends and problem solving in engineering and management. You can capitalize on hassle-free contacts with quality businesses by utilizing ACEC New Mexico Member Firms and Associate and Affiliate Members. ACEC New Mexico offers you the opportunity to interface with engineers and surveyors, architects, contractors, homebuilders, public works officials, elected officials, private clients, and more.
Build Ties with Public Agencies
ACEC New Mexico has ongoing, established relationships with local, state, and federal agencies. Meetings are held with key government entities to discuss upcoming projects and current issues, as well as to promote common interests and the use of ACEC New Mexico Members. Agencies include: New Mexico Department of Transportation, Office of the State Engineer, Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority, City of Albuquerque, City of Rio Rancho, Bernalillo County, US Army Corps of Engineers, and New Mexico Environment Department Construction Programs Bureau.
A Voice in Local, State, and National Issues
ACEC New Mexico's well-established, effective lobbying team maintains an active and influential presence at the State Capitol, screens bills for impact on the engineering community, and testifies at legislative hearings on key engineering and industry issues. ACEC New Mexico sponsors priority legislation in the areas of qualifications-based selection (QBS), alternative project delivery methods, indemnification, prompt pay, certificate of merit, and others. ACEC New Mexico has an informed political action committee and an aggressive candidate support system. Close ties with the State Board of Technical Registration, NMDOT, and municipalities exist. ACEC New Mexico diligently addresses industry legal and contractual concerns in a timely manner.
Affordable Continuing Education
The Multiple seminars and workshops provide top-notch, low cost education on a variety of beneficial topics. Professional development hours (PDHs) are earned by all attendees. ACEC New Mexico offers an Aspiring Principals Program (APP) and a Professional Development Program (PDP).
Understanding and Recognition
ACEC New Mexico circulates information promoting the professional responsibilities and services of consulting engineers. Private practice engineering is conveyed to the public with the aim of developing understanding and appreciation for the value provided by consulting engineers.
Extensive Information for Your Business Needs
The popular Salary and Benefits Survey of all ACEC New Mexico Member Firms is conducted annually to reflect the latest New Mexico salary trends. Results are distributed to designated principals of Member Firms who respond to the survey.
Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA)
ACEC New Mexico's Annual Awards Program, the Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA), is designed to recognize excellence in engineering. It provides firms the opportunity to showcase outstanding projects to the public and to market the projects and the firm at both the state and national levels.
American Council of Engineering Companies
ACEC assists ACEC New Mexico Members by providing a variety of member benefits, including federal legislation to sensitize legislators to consulting engineers' concerns, to work to decrease governmental regulation, to attempt to eliminate unfair competition, and to create new business for your firm. In addition, numerous opportunities exist to serve on national committees. ACEC can help in every aspect of your business. Call ACEC at (202) 347-7474 or refer to their website at www.acec.org.
Firm Management Benefits
There are three types of membership in ACEC New Mexico:
Member Firmsare individual firms, parent firms, branch offices, divisions or subsidiaries whose resident principals (proprietors, partners, managers or officers) furnish independent consulting services.
Associate Members are sole proprietors, firms, parent firms, branch offices, subsidiaries and/or organizations that provide professional services of a scientific and/or technical nature complementary to the services provided by member firms.
Affiliate Members are sole proprietors, firms, parent firms, branch offices, subsidiaries and/or organizations that supply goods and services specified by or used in the operations of member firms.
Member Firms – Annual dues for membership in ACEC and ACEC New Mexico are based on the number of full-time employees a firm has. Dues include both National and New Mexico dues. National dues are determined by ACEC National. New Mexico dues are based upon the following formula: ACEC National Index Number X $175.00 + $50.00. The ACEC New Mexico Fiscal Year runs from July 1 to June 30. Associate Members – Annual dues for 2017–2018 are $585.00.
Affiliate Members – Annual dues for 2017-2018 are $200.00
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