April 2016

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ACEC’s post-budget update

Impact on consulting engineering firms and key issues to watch for

Now that the dust has somewhat settled around the recently tabled federal budget, ACEC has a broader understanding of the budget’s impact on the Canadian consulting engineering sector and on what issues it will watch for as the plan unfolds and materializes.
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Energy sector has a future

The ability of the energy sector to be innovative and responsive is important to Canada’s long-term prosperity. John Gamble takes part in the Future of Canada's Energy Sector conference as a featured panelist.
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ACEC presents QBS to Yukon government

Government officials and contractors hear from ACEC that selecting consulting engineers using Qualifications-Based Selection (QBS) results in better outcomes and significant life-cycle savings.
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National Engineering Month: engaging students

Consulting engineering as a “career of choice”

In March, ACEC participated in a series of events and activities to celebrate and promote consulting engineering careers to students.
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ACEC staff update

National office restructuring aligns with new strategic plan

Changes are taking place at ACEC’s national office to support and strengthen the new strategic plan.
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FIDIC Awards 2016 - Call for entries

Submission accepted until June 19, 2016

ACEC member firms are invited to participate in the FIDIC Awards 2016 program. Award nominations are open to firms or groups of firms that belong to FIDIC Member Associations, Associate Members, or Affiliates.
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Public Services and Procurement Canada seeks industry input

Significant changes proposed to Real Property Services

Engineering and architectural firms that provide real property services have an opportunity until May 31, 2016 to comment on how Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) proposes to outsource delivery of projects.
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National Survey on Public Construction

Participate in a 5-minute survey on reasons for projects delays and cost overruns

Memorial University of Newfoundland is conducting a Canada-wide study to identify common issues so that effective solutions can be developed.
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ACEC national leadership conference

Driving business / Shaping policy

Take part in the preeminent event for the consulting engineering sector. Join us in Ottawa from October 23 to 25 as ACEC launches the first annual national leadership conference.

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