Join us for our Membership Meeting
On the 2nd Monday of each month – Noon to 1:00 p.m. (except July)
100 E Bower Street
Meridian ID 83646
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About ACEC of Idaho
- Number of members – 49 companies
- Representing 2,300 engineers
- Representing 276 index numbers
We have events throughout the for fundraising, education, and engineering advocacy throughout Idaho. The events include golf scramble, skeet and trap shoot, project management training, and conferences.
We support 15 diverse committees that work engage actively with Idaho Department of Transportation, the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council, Department of Environmental Quality, Ada County Highway District, advocate for engineering education, and other areas. These committees are made up of engineers who meet with, provide training for and guide state and local agencies to assist for better engineering practices across the state.
How much is membership with ACEC of Idaho?
Membership dues are based on your company size and number of employees.
To see the index size and figure out how much you will be paying, please download the application.
Associate and Affiliate Memberships
To join ACEC of Idaho as an associate or affiliate, apply here.
Code of Ethics
As a member you must support the following:
Consulting engineering is an important and learned profession. The members of the profession recognize that their work has a direct and vital impact on the quality of life for all people. Accordingly, the services provided by consulting engineers require honesty, impartiality, fairness and equity and must be dedicated to the protection of public health, safety and welfare. In the practice of their profession, consulting engineers must perform under a standard of professional behavior which requires adherence to the highest principles of ethical conduct on behalf of the public, clients, employees and the profession.
Consulting engineers, in the fulfillment of their professional duties, shall:
- Hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public in the performance of their professional duties.
- Perform services only in areas of their competence.
- Issue public statements only in an objective and truthful manner.
- Act in professional matters for each client as faithful agents or trustees.
- Avoid improper solicitation of professional assignments.
These are the fundamental canons of the American Council of Engineering Companies and are subscribed to by all members of the ACEC of Idaho.
ACEC National & ACEC of Idaho Membership Requirements
Member firms shall be limited to those individual firms, parent firms, branch offices or subsidiaries whose resident principal (proprietors, partners or officers) furnish independent consulting engineering services, and shall:
- maintain established offices for the practice of consulting engineering, as (i) sole proprietorships; (ii) as partnerships; or (iii) as corporations furnishing consulting engineering service providing that their officers act for them on professional policies and activities;
- have principals registered or licensed professionally in accordance with the laws of the states in which they practice;
- belong to a Member Organization;
- practice consulting engineering in accordance with the ACEC Professional and Ethical Conduct Guidelines;
- practice under an organizational arrangement that does not involve a conflict of interest or does not subordinate independent professional judgment or other construction contracting, manufacturing, sales, public utility, holding company or other similar organizations which function as service organizations for the controlling company, shall not be eligible for membership.
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