ACEC's Trust Programs are designed to enhance your membership investment by helping to control your firm's costs. Programs are available for business insurance, life/health insurance, and retirement plans. The ACEC Trusts have created partnerships with reputable administrators and plan providers that offer valuable services with quality and competitive prices. In addition to providing business savings, these programs make for an attractive employee retention program in which individual employees benefit from your ACEC purchasing power.
For an engineering firm to take advantage of these excellent business opportunities you must become a member. ACEC membership is available through one of the 51 state and regional councils, called Member Organizations. Click on Join ACEC to begin your first steps to savings for your business. For membership information, call 217-528-7430 and ask for the Sasha Cadigan.
For additional information on ACEC's Trust programs, contact Charles Kim at 202-347-7474 and firstname.lastname@example.org. ACEC members can achieve further savings through ACEC's Discount Programs. Click here for more information on these programs or contact email@example.com.
ACEC Business Insurance Trust
The ACEC Business Insurance Trust (BIT) oversees a program that provides business and professional liability insurance coverage for participating ACEC member firms. The program offers policyholders ACEC-exclusive tailored coverage along with broad policy terms and conditions. Program coverage includes automobile liability and physical damage; workers' compensation; and the "Spectrum" package policy affording protection for buildings, business personal property, money and securities, business liability, equipment breakdown, drones, cyber security, computers and media. Catastrophe liability protection is available through umbrella coverage. The business insurance plan underwriter is The Hartford. The plan administrator is Greyling, a division of EPIC.
The Trust has authorized the administrator to work with member firms to help them determine the most appropriate professional liability coverage available
to them. Neither ACEC nor the Trust endorses any one PLI provider. Rather, the objective is to offer a choice of providers for PLI coverage. Under the Deductible Assistance Program, the BIT may be able to defray all or part of your firm’s deductible for automobile or property claims if you are an ACEC member in good standing and participate in the BIT program. Once your claim is submitted and processed by the Hartford, you can request the return of your deductible amount up to $1,000 per claim. Click here to download the form needed to request deductible assistance from the BIT for processed property and auto claims.
Further information about the ACEC BIT Program can be obtained by visiting the BIT’s website at the following address: https://www.acecbit.org/.