American Council of Engineering Companies/Maryland


  • SECTION I: (All applicants)

    I/We have read and understand the Bylaws of the American Council of Engineering Companies/Maryland. I/We feel that I/We are qualified to become a member of ACEC/MD and hereby request admission for membership.

    Member firms shall be limited to those individual firms, parent firms, branch offices, divisions, or subsidiaries whose resident principals (proprietors, partners, officers, or managers, etc. hereinafter referred to as principals) furnish independent engineering and/or land surveying services. Wherever the words “consulting engineer” or “consulting engineering” appear herein, it is intended that the words “land surveyor” or “land surveying” may be substituted. And the firm shall maintain offices in the State of Maryland for the practice of engineering; have principals registered or licensed professionally in accordance with the laws of the State of Maryland; have at least one Maryland registered engineer who is authorized to and does act for the firm on engineering policies and activities. If the firm is a branch office, the office must be a member of ACEC.; have high professional repute and ethical standards; practice engineering in accordance with the Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct of the Council and not be connected with any organization that does not fully support such code and standards.
    Regular Member Firms located in ACEC/MW’s jurisdiction, as stated in the Bylaws.
    Affiliate Member Firms shall be limited to those sole proprietors, firms, parent firms, branch offices, department, divisions, subsidiaries, and/or organizations that support the goals of ACEC/MD and ACEC, provide professional services of a scientific and technical nature that are complementary to the services provided by Member Firms, or provide professional services used in the internal operation of (but not specified by) Member Firms. Also, those managing the services are professionally licensed/certified/registered, as appropriate, in that area. Such members shall not include entities that supply goods or services that are specified by or used in engineering firm operations. Some examples may include, but not necessarily limited to, architects, archeologists, biologists, botanists, environmental scientists, testing labs, planners, computer engineers, other engineering firms not requiring a P.E, construction management,, insurance, banking, accounting, legal services, management consultants, equipment suppliers, and software vendors..
  • The following individual qualifies and will be the representative of the firm in the Council:

  • SECTION II: (Regular & Joint Council Member firms only)

    The following persons are qualified under ACEC/MD’s Bylaws, Article II, Section 1(a) Paragraphs (2) & (3) to serve as my/our firm’s representative:
  • SECTION III: (All Applicants)

  • SECTION IV: (All Applicants)
    In as brief a form as possible, describe exact functions of office, including all activities within or separate from the engineering profession. This form may be used as a reference file for information in the website, and in referring inquiries for services in specific fields. In order to complete our files, it would be helpful if you would include a brochure.
    (Regular Member firm are asked to follow the sample listing as a guide.)
    Planning and design of mechanical and electrical systems for industrial, institutional, and commercial facilities. Engineering activities include the design of air conditioning, communication, fire protection, heating, lighting, plumbing, power distribution,
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    • Applicant should supply the names of at least one ACEC/MD firm representative as proposing firm and one as endorsing firm with this application.
    • Should I/We be elected to membership I/We agree to comply with the Bylaws of the American Council of Engineering Companies/Maryland.
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