Liaison Committees

WSDOT/ACEC Committee

Committee Purpose: Education to educate each other about our business plans and other areas of expertise.
Collaborative problem solving to identify the challenges that require collective efforts and lay out a plan of action to solve them. Also to work together for improvements to project delivery and business practices that enhance public confidence in the transportation industry. Strategic Leadership to work together to develop some long-term visions for the transportation industry.

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City of Seattle/ACEC Committee

Committee Purpose: Strengthen mutual understanding and respect and create a forum that promotes proactive resolution of challenges and maximizing opportunities of interest to both the City and Consulting Profession.

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Port of Seattle/ACEC Committee

Committee Purpose: To provide a forum for addressing issues of common interest.

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Sound Transit/ACEC Committee

Committee Purpose: Engage in collaborative problem solving as equal partners, achieving true success through long-term, sustainable solutions that satisfy the interests of both.

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King County/ACEC Committee

Committee Purpose: Provide a forum for addressing issues of common interest between the County and Consulting Profession. Both parties recognize the critical need for a strong partnership between the consulting engineering community and King County. The focus of our collective efforts is to deliver high-quality, cost-effective infrastructure projects to the public in the most effective manner possible. This partnership must be based on mutual trust and a commitment to open communication and proactive resolution of issues as they arise.

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AEA Committee

Committee Purpose: The AEA Committee is to foster effective working relationships between A/E consulting firms and the State of Washington contracting authorities that oversee the design and construction of buildings.

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