The Austin Contractors and Engineers Association (ACEA) is a group of like-minded contractors, engineers, and associates in Central Texas. The association was established in 1983 in an effort to affect change in Austin, and support the business interests of our members.
ACEA members connect with key officials to share knowledge, spread awareness, and develop infrastructure solutions. We promote public policy, regulations, and procedures that benefit the Austin community at large. In addition to activism, our members build community and foster relationships through annual events, membership luncheons, and seasonal fundraisers.
The Austin Contractors & Engineers Association (ACEA) serves the civil engineering and construction industry in Central Texas. Members promote safe practices, sustainable regulatory policy, and community outreach.
Promote the business interests of those who design and build Central Texas infrastructure
Build strong relationships with local cities counties and state government
Promote community engagement and giving
Educate members to conduct business economically, efficiently, safely, and with integrity
Share perspectives on issues affecting the construction industry
How many members are in ACEA? We provide membership privileges to over 600 individuals at over 200 organizations.
How does ACEA operate? We are governed by our Board of Directors which consists of five contractors, five engineers, and two associate members. How do I become a member? Registerand pay your annual dues. Be prepared to provide a short company bio, contact information, and logo upon registration. Our Board of Directors will review your submission for approval.
How do I get involved in ACEA? We encourage our members to join committees, attend monthly luncheons, and participate in our yearly symposium. Attendance and participation provide opportunities for Professional Development Hours (PDH). We also offer a variety of charity events and volunteer opportunities to give back to the community.
Do you provide scholarships? Yes, we award scholarships to high school seniors in Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Hays, Travis and Williamson counties.