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The American Council of Engineering Companies of South Carolina is the only state organization devoted exclusively to the business and advocacy interests of engineering companies of South Carolina, and is comprised of member firms committed to the professional practice of engineering in every sense of the word.

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  • ACEC Officer Installation 3

    ACEC-SC Installs New Officers and Board at June 17 Annual Meeting

    ACEC-SC’s officers and directors were installed at the June 17 Annual Meeting on Hilton Head Island by ACEC Vice Chair, Randy Neuhaus. 2014-2015 Chair is Mr. Joe Greenburg, PE, Anderson, Vice-Chair is Mr. Tom Jordan, PE, Greenwood, and Secretary/Treasurer is Mr. Rick Fauteux, PE, Charleston. Board members are Kent Alexander, PE, Myrtle Beach, Jeff Burkett, […]

  • 2014 SC Engineering Conference & Trade Show

    The SC Engineering Conference & Trade show was held June 12–15, 2014 at the Hilton Head Marriott Resort & Spa with 207 attendees. The mission of the SC Engineering Conference is to have “timely presentation on various engineering subject, keynote presentations and enough PDHs to meet the state’s annual requirements.” The SC Engineering Conference is […]

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The engineering community is interested in numerous issues relating to business as well as the health, safety and welfare of our citizens. ACECSC follows many bills and issues of importance. Stay involved, contact your legislator.

Contact Your Legislator


  • Legislators need to hear from you, as a highway user as well as a professional, the need for additional funds to fix our roads. There are more than a dozen bills already introduced to secure more funds for the highway system.

  • This bill will be introduced soon in both the House and Senate. Many of the changes make the current law conform more to the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) model law.


  • There are two bills in the General Assembly to enact a false claims law which is potentially harmful to businesses; it creates an incentive for lawsuits to target companies that do business with the government. Engineers and architects do not support this legislation. Bill S.73

  • In previous legislative years, legislation requiring the licensure of interior designers has been introduced.

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