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The American Council of Engineering Companies is a business association committed to advancing the private practice of consulting engineering, educating public officials on the importance of infrastructure investment, and promoting sound business practices within the industry. We are the local chapter of the national organization that keeps our members informed on issues affecting their industry and profession at the federal, state and local level.

ACEC Houston has over 235 civil, structural, geotechnical and MEP engineering companies as members in the Houston metropolitan region. We are actively involved with public works agencies to resolve problems and issues common to the industry. We are a forum for the interchange of ideas, a source of technical information and expertise to public agencies on the review of their design criteria, guidelines and standards as well as a political voice for engineering interests in the Houston metropolitan region.

ACEC Houston works to advance the interests of the private practicing engineer as a whole in a way that no single firm can do on its own.

read more › The ACEC Houston Contracts Committee communicates ACEC positions regarding professional service contracts to local public entities, reviews contracts proposed by public entities and negotiations resolutions to general provisions, and arranges for seminars and workshops on contract related items for our members.

read more › The ACEC Houston Stormwater Management Committee serves as a resource to public agencies and offers ACEC members recourse for drainage & flood control issues. This committee reviews and comments on drainage criteria and permitting issues with agencies. LID criteria are also reviewed by this committee.

read more › The ACEC Houston Water Resources Committee keeps abreast of water supply issues that may be of concern to the engineering community and interfaces with the DS/PR Committee on matters related to water criteria & guidelines. This committee reviews and provides comments on criteria & guidelines to local and state agencies.

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