Save the dates!

upcoming chapter events


​​​Friday, September 15 2017

Monthly luncheon featuring David M. Van Dorpe, P.E. PMP, US Army Corps of Engineers


Doubletree by Hilton - Ontario Airport

11:30am 


Stay tuned for more information on our October luncheon and November networking event!



Exciting Changes Are On The Way

The ACEC Riverside/San Bernardino Chapter is happy to announce some changes to our Chapter's Programming for the coming year. We are looking to re-focus our membership events to align with the organization's core values, and provide a link between the Engineering Consultants we represent, and the policies and politics that we face. Our events will provide an opportunity to interact with local and state elected representatives, and panels dealing with policy impacts affecting our businesses today. I hope that these changes will better serve our members, and promote our organization, member firms, and consulting engineers to our elected officials.

Our member firms design projects recognized as winners of the engineering excellence awards

Colton Crossing Grade Separation


Acec Riverside/san Bernardino Chapter

Chapter President

Bill Flores

Bill is a Project Manager at HDR and is serving as Chapter President for 2017-2018. 

"Professional Engineers and surveyors dedicated to building a better California "

                                                              - ACEC Mission Statement​

Our member firms help to deliver needed infrastructure throughout the region

Interstate 215 Widening Through San Bernardino

About ACEC

American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) - California strengthens business and professional practices through strong and active membership, legislative advocacy, and public awareness.  The Riverside/San Bernardino Chapter of ACEC-CA supports this role across the diverse regions of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties through member participation in statewide legislative matters, as well as local political and public agency involvement.  The chapter has nearly 60 member firms, 14 members on the Chapter Board of Directors, and 4 representatives to the State Board of Directors. 

Core Values: 

  • A safe, sustainable built environment  

  • A healthy business climate  

  • Ethical professional conduct  

  • Legal accountability tied to responsibility Qualifications Based Selections (QBS) of professional services  (Learn More)

  • Unencumbered public/private partnerships  

  • Recognition of the accomplishments of the profession