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Don’t miss the American Council of Engineering Companies of South Carolina is getting ready for the Coastal PAC Golf Tournament. After a successful tournament last year, ACEC-SC is continuing the Coastal Tournament. This is a great networking opportunity. ACEC-SC sees this as an informal way to spend some time with co-workers, clients, or subs. Proceeds […]
Join the ACEC-SC Board of Directors for its first Regional Membership Meeting this fiscal year on August 3, 2017 at Synterra Corporation in Greenville, SC. Synterra will be sponsoring the membership meeting, and breakfast will be served. Save the date and plan on coming to the regional membership meeting. RSVP now to Elaine Mikell, email@example.com […]
The ACEC-SC Transportation Committee is meeting on July 27, 2017 at 2:00 PM at Michael Baker International in Columbia , SC. Jackie Williams, SCDOT, will be present to go over the new SCDOT CPE forms. Read More
Kylie Page, PE, Terracon, Charleston, SC, was elected Chairman of the American Council of Engineering Companies of South Carolina (ACEC-SC) at its annual meeting in June. Page is ACEC-SC’s first female Chair, and will assume her role as chair on July 1, 2017. Read More
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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.
Though we passed H. 3516, now Act 40, we still need indexing of the motor fuel user fee. ACEC-SC along with the SC Alliance to Fix our Roads will be examining what we will do in the future for transportation funding.
Unfortunately, The House non-concurred and this bill went to Conference Committee. The House’s interpretation of the Senate’s amended language is being called “bad for consumers” as they are interpreting it as all projects will need a design professional to sign off on the project. Our interpretation is that in the code in question, there are […]
Pipe Bill: H.3652, also known as the pipe bill, gives pvc piping material a preference when procuring piping material for state projects. The engineering community believes the final say of what type of piping material should be left up to the engineering designing and stamping the project. The engineering community opposes H. 3649