The American Council of Engineering Companies of Houston is the local chapter of our national and state organizations, and, like them, we focus on those issues that are important to our members’ business of consulting engineering. ACEC Houston is comprised of over 100 member companies representing civil, geotechnical, structural and MEP engineering firms. We provide a forum for the interchange of ideas, a source of technical information and expertise and a political voice for the engineering interests in the Houston metropolitan region.
At each level of government and the economy the ACEC organization strives to promote the advancement of the practice of consulting engineering, the promotion of private enterprise, protection of the public’s welfare, the expansion of markets for engineering services and protecting firms from inappropriate liability threats.
ACEC Houston Membership Meeting: October 21, 2016
Mr. Rich Byrnes, Chief Port Infrastructure Officer, for the Port of Houston will be our guest speaker in October. Mr. Byrnes will provide a Q&A and cover the following topic(s): State of the Port, Impact of Panama Canal and intermodal transportation/regional mobility.
Our membership meeting will take place at The HESS Club from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Luncheon cost is $35.00 if you are registered by the deadline and paying by cash or check and $37.00 if paying by credit card. After the deadline the cost will be $45.00 for cash or check and $47.00 for credit card.
You can register by logging on to www.ACECTX.org, sign in, and click on the appropriate link for the date of the luncheon. Please register for the luncheon by October 19, 2016 at 5:00 pm.
If you have registered but are unable to attend please contact Gemalie Perez (Gemalie@acechouston.org) to cancel your RSVP or to send someone from your firm in your place. If you made a reservation and do not attend or, you request to be invoiced, you will be billed at $45.00.