In this newsletter, we explore Indemnification, explain ACEC Washington’s stance on Initiative 1631, and explain our Political Action funds and goals. In October, the 2018 ACEC WA/OR Salary and Benefit Survey is available and Enginuity Advantage is spotlighted as our Affiliate member of the month.
Read all about the Spring Conference in Chelan which featured the changing of the guard – the passing of the gavel from Kathy Cox-Czosnyka to Dan Campbell. CPA Consulting, an Affiliate member specializing in indirect cost rate audits, is spotlighted and we announce that registrations can now be paid with AMEX. And, as always, upcoming
This April newsletter features a lot of legislative news – from ACEC Washington delegates meeting representatives from 9 of the 12 Washington State Congressional offices in Washington, DC to Cliff Webster (long-time lobbyist for AELC) presenting the 2018 Legislative Session Report. As well we highlight another Affiliate Firm – Hall & Company. Read and enjoy!
April is turning out to be very eventful, read about the many events in the March 2018 newsletter! There is also legislature news, patent news, and a one-minute survey invitation regarding the “Engineering Business Index”. In Affiliate news, read about Skellenger Bender’s Terry Scanlan as well as BluZEBRA Technologies, our newest member.
And now for the February 2018 newsletter! Here you will discover the re-invigorated Developing Leaders Group’s newest offering of Happy Hour Networking for today’s rising stars in the design profession. Also read more about the Legislative updates and Indemnification issues being discussed with WCIA. And in the spotlight this month is Clark Nuber PS, an
The January newsletter is full of Engineering Excellence Awards recognition! The full lineup of 2018 EEA winners with their impressive projects, both on the National and Local Track, are listed, as well as the First Annual People’s Choice Award. Jeff Peacock from Parametrix received the acknowledgement and trophy for the 2018 Engineer of the Year.
The October newsletter outlines the ACEC Political Action Committees, both on the national and local stage. QBS is still being tackled on the local level with some wins and some continuing pursuits; KBA’s new president, Kris Overleese, is highlighted; and the nomination process for the 2018 Engineer of the Year is outlined.
The August newsletter spotlights the highlights achieved by ACEC Washington in Fiscal Year 2016/17, both for the members and by the members! Also included are the annual Golf Tournament held at Redmond Ridge, the upcoming Engineering Excellence Awards Initial Entry, and QBS issues – non-negotiable contracts and indemnification clauses. Finally, Sound Transit is considering standardizing
Wonderful weather, exceptional speakers, informative topics, and fantastic Silent Auction items – this describes the 2017 ACEC Spring Conference held at Alderbrook Resort & Spa in Union, WA on May 18th – 20th. The theme of Key Staff Recruitment and Retention: Finding and Keeping Your Rock Star Employees was a pertinent topic and the speakers provided excellent
On Friday, May 19, 2017 at the ACEC Washington Spring Conference at Alderbrook Resort, the new Board of Directors was sworn in for the upcoming 2017-2018 fiscal year. Chairman Mike Clark of David Evans & Associates addressed ACEC members before receiving his thank you gift from Van Collins. Thanks so much Mike for your contributions