The American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC New York) is set to have their annual Winter Conference at the Albany Capital Center in Albany, NY from January 28 through January 30, 2018.
Petty Burton Associates, a Division of William H. Connolly & Co., LLC, is an active member of the ACEC New York and will be exhibiting at this year’s Winter Conference. Our focus this year will be to share little known strategies to put valuable dollars back in YOUR pocket. We will continue to educate all members on certain strategies that can positively impact your bottom line.
The conference will be at the Albany Capital Center on January 28-30. We will be greeting visitors at our exhibit booth so if you are planning on attending this year’s conference, please come by to say hello and take a chance at winning a unique gift.
We look forward to seeing you at the conference.
ACEC New York’s mission is to promote the business interests of member firms through networking, advocacy, education and business services.
ACEC New York is a proactive coalition of 270 firms representing every discipline of engineering related to the built environment—civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, environmental, geotechnical—and affiliated companies. We are a diverse group of consulting engineering firms from across New York State, ranging from sole proprietors to multinational corporations that collectively employ close to 25,000 New Yorkers and nearly ten times that number worldwide. Our shared goals are to further the business interests of our membership, enhance the quality and safety of the environment we live and work in, and help ensure the vitality of our communities. Since its founding in 1921, ACEC New York has served as a source of ideas, a sounding board and a professional resource for state and city leaders, as well as a fervent promoter of the profession. Our work involves advocating, education, providing networking opportunities and enhancing the image of the industry. The council weighs in on many important issues of our day, from infrastructure investment, efficient energy policy and alternative delivery systems to improving procurement practices.