ACEC Document 31 - 2010 Engineering Agreement Between Client and Engineer
ACEC Document 32 - 2011 Agreement between Engineer and Sub-Consultant
ACEC Document 35 - 2013 Project Management
ACEC Document 36 - 2012 Agreement of Studies and Reports
ACEC Document 39 - 2018 Agreement between Owner and Owner’s Engineer for Design/Build Projects
Guide to the Engineering Agreement Between Client and Engineer - Document 31 - 2010 - Electronic Copy
ACEC’s Annual Report provides an overview of the association’s activities over the course of the fiscal year of April 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023.
Read GlassSKY Consulting’s report on the summary findings from a national research project on advancin women and diversity in consulting engineering.
ACEC’s Annual Report provides an overview of the association’s activities over the course of the fiscal year of April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022.
ACEC’s Annual Report provides an overview of the association, its vision, mission, and strategic priorities which guide the association’s activities.
ACEC-Canada contributes on a regualry basis to CCE. Read our contributions which include a Chairs message which speaks to the issues and opportunities that our industry faces.
Past Reports of ACEC's Activities.
A national guideline that addresses conflict of interest and unfair advantage.
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The concept of sustainable projects is a rapidly evolving one that will take on new directions and mature in ways that are not currently contemplated.
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This document is the result of a 2015 study by Engineers Canada that projects supply and demand in fourteen engineering disciplines.
The report focuses on the extractive or harvesting part of three natural resource industries: forestry and logging, metal and mineral mining, and oil and gas production.
This report was commissioned by ACEC to synthesize the key information about P3s in a single document.