Enjoy this edition of the ACEC-SK Newsletter
ACEC-SK Advisor
September 18, 2019
Feature Article
ACEC-SK Response to Engineering Services as Part of SUMAdvantage Affinity Program
SUMA is exploring new ways to procure engineering services for its members.

ACEC-SK worries the proposed program may not deliver what municipalities need.

ACEC-SK to Present at Joint SARM/MHI "Bridge Summit"
On November 12 in Regina, multiple speakers will present on topics related to bridge infrastructure management.

ACEC-SK will be presenting The Role and Value of Owners' Engineers.

Province Seeks ACEC-SK Input into New Economic Growth Plan
As a recognized contributor to the economy, the consulting engineering industry's input was sought by the Province into Saskatchewan's next Economic Growth Plan.

See ACEC-SK's response here .
How Concerned Are You About PST on Construction?
If you still believe PST on Construction Services is a barrier to investment in this province, take 10-15 minutes to complete this survey.

The Saskatchewan Business Council, of which ACEC-SK is a member, is seeking real data to support this argument.

Upcoming Events
Practical Implementation of the National Energy Code in Saskatchewan
October 29, 2019
Ramada Plaza, Regina SK

October 30, 2019
Saskatoon Inn, Saskatoon SK

ACEC-SK Awards of Distinction
November 26, 2019
TCU Place, Saskatoon

Event tickets  now  available.

Inclusivity in STEM Conference
January 22, 2020
Alt Hotel, Saskatoon

Tickets Now Available
Sponsorship Opportunities Available

2 Proposal Writing
Lunch & Learns
  • One on Proposal Management - Proposal process as part of overall Business Development

  • One on Writing to Win - A how to roadmap

Both are under development. Stay tuned for more details!
ACEC national leadership conference 2019
Shape Your Industry!
September University Career Fairs
Encourage young engineering students to consider a consulting career.Volunteer for a time slot at upcoming career fairs.

U of R - September 23rd

Farewell to Summer Student
Chantel Kryzanowski will be missed!
Chantel finished her work term early to accept an engineering position at the City of Regina. We very much appreciated her contribution to many projects during her short time with us.

Good luck, Chantel!