Engineering Excellence Awards – Call for Entries Now Available

Celebrate the accomplishments and accolades of New Jersey’s engineering profession by participating in ACECNJ’s Engineering Excellence Awards program.  The ‘Call for Entries’ are now available online.  Preliminary deadline for entries is November 17th. 

Also, remember to save the date for ACECNJ’s 44th Engineering Excellence Awards Banquet, the evening of March 11th 2015!

Meet Commissioner Jamie Fox - New Jersey Department of Transportation

ACECNJ is pleased to announce a special membership breakfast with featured speaker Commissioner Jamie Fox.  Commissioner Fox will address New Jersey's engineering profession and discuss the Christie Administration's plans for addressing the Transportation Trust Fund, signature infrastructure projects, and priorities and focus areas of New Jersey's Department of Transportation.  This is an important event for all engineering professionals to attend. 

When:   Tuesday, November 25th, 2014            
              8:00 a.m. -9:30 a.m.
Where:  Forsgate Country Club, Monroe Township, NJ

Click here to learn more

ACECNJ and NJTA: Engineering Exchange

On Thursday, October 23rd, the American Council of Engineering Companies of New Jersey and New Jersey Turnpike Authority co-hosted the Engineering Exchange, a workshop designed to bring together consultants and authority professional staff to share information and best practices.  Attendees focused on how to work collaboratively on important business practices, procurement, and project delivery issues. The Engineering Exchange included presentations and breakout sessions designed to encourage an interactive dialogue between participants and also develop action items for future consideration to improve how consultants and NJTA do business together.

Professional engineers had the opportunity to receive 4 New Jersey continuing education credits.

Click here to view the Engineering Exchange’s recap presentation here

December Breakfast: Opportunities & Challenges Facing New Jersey’s Colleges & Universities

On Monday, December 8th, meet New Jersey leaders in higher education and hear them discuss upcoming priorities and opportunities for engineers.  Visit our events page to view speakers and learn more about this general membership breakfast meeting.

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Join us for our Holiday Open House

Please join us as ACECNJ's guest the morning of December 16 at Forsgate Country Club for our Holiday Open House.  Members and special guests will have an opportunity to discuss important issues facing our industry and have time to mix and mingle. ACECNJ will also provide our 2015 event look ahead.

Contact for additional details surrounding the event and Toys for Tots program ACECNJ will be supporting. 


Click here to download the Holiday Open House flyer

2014 Annual Fall Conference

ACECNJ’s 2014 Annual Fall Conference featured key decision makers, networking with colleagues, and continuing education sessions, which provided valuable information to help run a business.  This signature event welcomed over 150 engineering professionals, exceeding numbers from ACECNJ’s past fall conferences and confirming the value this event provides to the engineering profession.  Click here to learn more about the event and how your firm can participate in next year’s conference.  Visit ACECNJ’s Facebook page to view photos taken during the conference and provided by Stokes Creative Group.


ACECNJ is your QBS watchdog, but we need your help! Let us know IMMEDIATELY if you see an RFP that violates QBS. An RFP that uses COST as a factor in selection VIOLATES QBS.

Protect Engineers by Protecting QBS!

If you see something, say something.


Statement of ACECNJ President Joe Fiordaliso on the Passing of John Sheridan, Jr.

Photos from ACECNJ’s 2014 Annual Fall Conference

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