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ACEC Oregon past presidents inducted into College of Fellows
Pictured at left, from left, ACEC Oregon National Director (2017-present) and Past President (2012-13) Erik Peterson, PE, FACEC, Peterson Structural Engineers; and ACEC Oregon National Director (2012-17) and Past President (2010-11) Troy Bowers, PE, FACEC, Murraysmith, were inducted into the College of Fellows at the Awards Luncheon October 15 during the ACEC National Fall Conference in Chicago.
The ACEC Fellows Committee elected 17 new members into the College of Fellows at the ACEC Annual Convention in Washington, DC in April.
Individuals qualifying for nomination to Fellow of ACEC shall have academic and professional qualifications and accomplishments demonstrating notable contributions to the objectives of ACEC, including service as a principal for not less than five years of a firm which has been a member of ACEC for at least five years. Accomplishments shall also include: 1) Served ACEC with distinction as an officer, national director or active member of a national committee, Coalition, Forum, or trustee of an ACEC Trust; and served a Member Organization (such as ACEC Oregon) with distinction as an officer or director. 2) The individual nominee for Fellow shall also demonstrate that he/she has made notable contributions to the objectives of ACEC.
Congratulations, Erik and Troy!
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