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Congratulations to our 2020-21 Board of Directors! They officially took office on July 1 and will serve us until June 30, 2021.

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As our 2019-2020 fiscal year ends, we extend a big thank you to our outgoing Board members. Despite the challenges of recent months, 2019-20 was a...

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The political giving season is upon us. Members have already committed thousands of dollars to candidates that support the engineering profession....

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The 2020 Civil 3D Workshop is going virtual on September 14-18. While we may not meet in person, this offers a wider variety of opportunities at a...

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It’s more important now than ever before that the engineering profession stands together. ACEC WI is the leading voice for engineering firms...

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The deadline to apply to the Class of 2021 is July 10, 2020. Download the Application During uncertain times, the importance of great leadership is...

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The Engineering Excellence Awards program recognize exceptional ideas and innovations in engineering by showcasing your successful projects to a...

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The 2020-21 ACEC WI Sponsorships are designed with value in mind - sponsorship is the best way to expose your brand and your firm. Expand your...

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Join Us on Monday, September 28 Save the date and join architects and engineers from the private and public sectors for a day of education and...

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Election season is upon us and I want to encourage you to contribute to the ACEC WI Conduit or PAC either for the first time or make an additional...

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ACEC issued the following statement regarding the current national conversation. We echo this sentiment as we strive to break down barriers in...

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On May 28th, ACEC Wisconsin members gathered virtually from around the state for our first virtual Annual Business Meeting. While Miller Park would...

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