2014 Design Summit


Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
Forsgate’s Highland Room, Jamesburg, NJ

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Pavement Management | Accelerated Bridge Construction | Project Funding | Traffic Management Plan

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Consulting Engineers PAC Breakfast Reception

TRENTON - The leaders of New Jersey's General Assembly headlined a breakfast this morning hosted by New Jersey's consulting engineering profession. Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D) and Assembly Minority Leader Jon M. Bramnick (R) joined engineering company executives to discuss various issues facing New Jersey, and pledged to work with the engineering profession on issues of mutual importance.

This morning's breakfast benefited the Consulting Engineers Political Action Committee (CEPAC), which supports candidates for State elected office and ACEC's federal PAC (ACEC-PAC). The CEPAC mission is to provide the engineering profession in the State of New Jersey with the advocacy necessary to voice their opinions on initiatives that affect their business.

For more information on how to become involved with CEPAC and for future event information please contact us at 609-802-0264 or

PHOTO CAPTION: ACECNJ Chair-elect Bernie McNeilly, Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, ACECNJ Chairman Sanjay Naik and Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick pose for a photo at this morning's PAC fundraiser.


2014 Fall Conference
Sunday, September 14th – Monday, September 15th
REVEL Resort, Atlantic City, NJ

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43rd Engineering Excellence Awards Banquet

On March 12, 2014, ACECNJ hosted its 43rd Engineering Excellence Awards Banquet, celebrating the accomplishments of New Jersey’s engineering profession. Over 350 people attended this year’s banquet, which set an attendance record for the second year in a row.

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