Join ACEC-Illinois

By joining ACEC-Illinois, you join over 200 Illinois firms to help promote the business interests of the state and national engineering community. Dues vary based on the type of membership and on the size of the firm. All employees of a member firm are eligible for membership benefits.

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Member Firm Value Statement

There are three membership types in ACEC Illinois:

  1. Member Firms maintain an office in the State of Illinois for the practice of consulting engineering or land surveying. The company must be registered as a Professional Design Firm in Illinois and have principals licensed as PE, SE, or PLS in the State. Dues are calculated based upon the number of employees in the firm. Please contact our office for a dues quote or to discuss in greater detail.
  2. Non-Resident Member Firms are firms who have Illinois licensed PE, SE or PLS on staff but do not maintain an Illinois office. You must be a full member of ACEC National and of their respective ACEC State organization. Dues for this membership option are $2000. Employees can participate on ACEC-IL committees, except as Chair; will not be eligible for board service or have voting rights.
  3. Affiliate Member Firms provide professional services (other than consulting engineering and land surveying) or non-professional services that complement the services of Member/Non-Resident Member Firms such as insurance, finance, and accounting, construction, construction management, scientific and technology support, etc. Dues for this membership option are $1000.

Please contact our office: 217-529-7430 for detailed information on joining ACEC-IL.

Membership gives us the opportunity to connect with the best people in our industry. Need some expertise? Call an ACEC-Illinois member. Need a partner? Call an ACEC-Illinois member. Need some advice? Call an ACEC-Illinois member. Have an issue with a public agency? Call ACEC-Illinois. Membership offers connections that simply aren’t available anywhere else.

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