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Corporate members maintain an office or offices in British Columbia and are engaged primarily in the business of offering independent consulting engineering services to the public. The company should have high professional repute and ethical standards and shall meet all requirements for practice as may be, from time to time, established by this society.
- Proprietorships: Proprietor shall be a registered Professional Engineer in BC
- Partnerships: The majority of the partners shall be registered Professional Engineers in BC
- Corporations: The corporation shall be incorporated in Canada and wholly owned within the private sector with the majority of the firm's directors residents of Canada
Corporate Membership Application
How are annual membership dues determined?
ACEC British Columbia members are also members of the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies of Canada (ACEC). Annual dues for both associations are calculated based on the total number of employees in BC (including all professional, technical, clerical & secretarial staff on salary and/or contract in main and affiliated firms engaged in or contributing to the consulting engineering practice of the Member Company).
A non-voting membership open to firms with offices in British Columbia that supply services to engineering consultants. Affiliate membership may include, but is not limited to: financial institutions, insurance companies, legal firms and drafting supply companies.
Associate Membership Application
A non-voting membership open to organizations that hire services from engineering consultants, specifically provincial municipalities, provincial ministries and owners.
Client Membership Application