Membership Eligibility (according to ACEC Oregon Bylaws):
Membership in ACEC Oregon shall be limited to and held in the name of duly organized and constituted consulting engineering and surveying firms.The criteria includes the following:
- Prospective Member Firms must be sole proprietorships, partnerships, or corporations licensed to practice engineering and/or surveying;
- The prospect must engage in the practice of engineering (defined as rendering counsel and service to clients for a fee) and/or surveying as the principal activity, and there must be no conflict of interest;
- The prospect must maintain an office (or offices) within the State of Oregon or such adjacent areas (i.e., Clark County) as the Board of Directors may approve; and
- The prospective Member Firm must have consulting engineering and/or surveying activities under the responsible charge of a registered professional engineer and/or professional land surveyor.
*If your firm does meet all of the above criteria, see the affiliate membership section below.
Membership is corporate (vs. individual) and our dues structure is based on your firm's total number of full-time employees in Oregon (and/or Clark County).
For new members we are pleased to offer our special dues incentive program which will reduce your dues by two-thirds the first year and by one-third the second year, with full dues applied the third and subsequent years.
Also, dues are prorated if you join midway through the fiscal year and may be paid quarterly.
ACEC Oregon membership also includes membership in the national American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) in Washington, D.C.
Our bylaws define affiliate member firms as providing ancillary business services to consulting engineers. Affiliate membership provides excellent networking opportunities with ACEC Oregon member firms.
Visit our Membership Applications page to apply.
For a dues quote please e-mail Patrick Kelly at PKelly@acecOregon.org or call ACEC Oregon at (503) 292-2348.