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Join us for an hour of WisDOT education on Design Model Standards. This presentation will also feature open discussion time for questions as well as...

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At the ACEC National Fall Conference, two ACEC WI members were recognized for their achievements in engineering: Raine Gardner, PE of MSA...

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Every year, ACEC WI partners with the Daily Reporter to present a magazine that highlights ACEC WI firms and projects submitted to the Engineering...

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The Leadership Institute Class of 2019 met November 7-8 for its second session focused on business development and marketing. Presenter Barbara...

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What: 2019 Transportation Improvement Conference Where: Glacier Canyon Lodge, Wisconsin Dells When: March 5-6 It is already time to start thinking...

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Thanks to our hardworking volunteers and contributors, ACEC WI was able to give more than $58,000 to candidates that support engineering in...

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The 2018 Civil 3D Workshop was held October 22-23. Almost 300 attendees heard from Civil 3D power users on how to improve their every-day work and...

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Gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers sat down with the ACEC WI Board of Directors today to learn more about the engineering industry in Wisconsin and...

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Leadership Institute program graduates met in Waukesha for our first roundtable event on October 11. The session kicked off with an advocacy and...

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Registration is ongoing for the November Transportation Quarterly Meeting. This members-only event is an exclusive opportunity to network and speak...

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The summer 2018 membership survey and feedback from the Board and Committees revealed the current strategic plan was solid but could benefit from a...

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We're entering the home stretch for 2018 elections. Wisconsin is a focus point for many national groups and that competitiveness runs down to the...

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