LINCOLN ENGINEERING PARTNERSHIP COMMITTEE
Partner with the City of Lincoln, serve as a liaison, provide dialogue, present issues of concern, problem solve, and build/improve relations with city officials representing Lincoln.
OMAHA ENGINEERING PARTNERSHIP COMMITTEE
Partner with the City of Omaha, serve as a liaison, provide dialogue, present issues of concern, problem solve, and build/improve relations with city officials representing Omaha.
NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT of TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
Partner with the Nebraska Department of Transportation to serve as a liaison, provide dialogue, present issues of concern, problem solve, and build/improve relations with NDOT officials and work together on transportation related issues.
This newly-created committee was formed to partner with the Aeronautics Division of Nebraska Department of Transportation to serve as a liaison, provide dialogue, present issues of concern, problem solve, and build/improve relations with NDOT officials and work together on Aeronautics-related issues.
ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY COMMITTEE
Provide opportunities for member firms to interact with each other and related agencies in an exchange of ideas and information to integrate the widely diversified disciplines broadly identified as the fields of environmental engineering and consulting; develop consensus positions; undertake a proactive legislative and regulatory advocacy program; develop public and private market programs of interest to the membership; and communicate with the members on vital environmental energy issues that will affect their businesses.
MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL COMMITTEE
Represent the interests of firms engaged in mechanical/electrical engineering. The committee’s goals include: advocating for consistency & clarity from Code Officials; advocating for privatization and quality-based selection (QBS) by utilities and governments; evaluating ME related legislation; and educating public officials and elected representatives on M/E related interests.
A joint forum co-sponsored and managed by AIA, ACEC, and AGC-Building Chapter. The purpose of the A3 Collaborative is to facilitate an opportunity to improve communications, build relationships and foster collaboration between ACE professionals. By doing this, the goal is to continually improve the quality and professional image of the design and construction industry in all endeavors.
PRIVATE CLIENT COMMITTEE
Represents the interests of firms engaged in the private client market. Ensure that issues and opportunities pertinent to private-client markets are highlighted in ACEC’s ongoing business and legislative programs. Establish positive relationships with private client markets to dialogue, present issues of concern, and problem solve. Develop private market programs of interest to the membership.
SMALL FIRMS COMMITTEE
Represents small firms within ACEC Nebraska. Members identify and discuss issues and opportunities unique to small firms.
Promote the legislative interest of ACEC Nebraska through a legislative program designed to assist members in meeting their legislators, review, monitor, and propose legislation pertaining to the business of consulting and/or the various disciplines relating to the field of engineering and inform committees and members of legislation that affects the Council.
PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE
Raise public awareness of the engineering profession and ACEC Nebraska. Members on this committee may include personnel from a firm’s marketing division. This committee helps plan all aspects of Engineering Week and the Engineering Excellence Awards Banquet as well as advising on PR/Marketing/Social Media etc. for the association.
ACEC NE PAC COMMITTEE
The ACEC Nebraska PAC Committee is separate from ACEC Nebraska. Trustee Firms who donate $1,000 or more per calendar year have voting privileges. Those who donate less than $1,000 may attend the PAC meeting and discussion, but do not have voting rights. The PAC meets several times each to discuss contributions to state officials and other campaigns and initiatives that affect the interests of ACEC members.