The May newsletter highlights the incredible ACEC member success at the National Engineering Excellence Awards Gala as well as the Spring Convention Capitol Hill visits in Washington, D.C. The reason QBS laws exist is defined – who really benefits from QBS? Reviews of the latest from Olympia and reminders about the Annual Salary Survey round out
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The February newsletter contains news about Ecology Solid Waste Rules, Blacklisting, upcoming events, and more. Keep up-to-date with all things ACEC Washington.
The January Newsletter includes news on the 2017 Engineering Excellence Awards, Qualifications Based Selection (QBS), Toastmasters, as well as upcoming events. Be informed and keep up-to-date with ACEC Washington events and news!
The past seven days has seen two major ACEC Washington industry meetings come and go. On June 11th, ACEC and WSDOT conducted the annual meeting. Presentations from that meeting are located on the ACEC Washington WSDOT Committee page. June 16th had ACEC and the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) held the annual “Meet the Chiefs”
Washington State Department of Department of Transportation Bridge and Structures Office 7345 Linderson Way Southwest Tumwater, Washington 98501 Conference Room 1028 Wednesday, April 1, 2015 Workshop Description This one-day Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) workshop is sponsored by the Washington State Department of Transportation. The workshop will provide an opportunity for exchange of the latest
On Friday, January 23, ACEC Washington awarded Magnusson Klemencic Associates with the Platinum Award at the annual Engineering Excellence Awards. Five firms earned National Gold Awards, and will join Magnusson Klemencic Associates at the ACEC National Banquet in April in Washington, D.C. Awards were presented to the winning firm and their project client/owner. Here are
ACEC Washington would like to announce the addition of Van Collins to its staff and welcome him as the new CEO and President. Van comes to us from the Associated General Contractors of Washington where he most recently headed AGC’s state government affairs efforts. Prior to that, Van was in private law practice. Van obtained