The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies-New Brunswick (ACEC-NB) is a not-for-profit organization representing the New Brunswick consulting engineering industry.

ACEC-NB represents the commercial interests of businesses that provide professional engineering services, to both the public and the private sector. Members are involved in the planning, designing and implementing of all types of engineering projects, and provide independent advice and expertise in a wide range of engineering-related fields. Find out more about us >

  • ACEC-NB 2015 Fee Guideline

    The guideline offers commentary on the process of selecting an engineering consulting firm; discusses various fee arrangements; and provides a recommended schedule of minimum hourly rates for the various levels of professional and technical staff commonly employed by New Brunswick’s consulting engineering companies. Read more >

  • DTI Bulletin – Changes to Procurement

    After months of successful meetings with the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DTI) and a meeting with Minister Bill Fraser and staff on November 4, 2016, ACEC-NB’s proposed “median-fee selection” was officially given a one year pilot by Minister Fraser on December 8th, 2016.

ACEC-NB Members & Affiliates

  • “While there are many benefits to being a member of ACEC-NB, two of the key ones are (1) allowing networking opportunities that enable partnering on projects, learning about new opportunities and being able to keep our fingers on the pulse of the consulting engineering industry in our province and (2) being able to participate in the advocacy of ACEC-NB strengthens our industry and enables collaboration of the firms to enhance our businesses and speak out on issues that affect our industry.”

    -Dave Kozak, P.Eng., Vice-President Atlantic Transportation


  • “We have been a member for over 25 years and have profited from the membership by being able to network with like-minded colleagues, not only in NB but across the country, in a collaborative environment on business practices. Our membership has also helped us in the development of staff, particularly the young professionals, in the areas of project management, contracts, risk mitigation, ownership responsibilities and skills, and business best practices. ACEC-NB has been an effective means for our industry to engage with our clients in both the public and private sectors on issues that are important to the sustainability of our business. Because of these benefits we view our membership as an investment in our business.”

    Ben Coles, P.Eng., Fire Protection Engineer

    R.J. Bartlett Engineering

    R.J. Bartlett Engineering
  • “We are proud to be part of the engineering and consulting community in New Brunswick.  ACEC-NB plays an important role in supporting its members to collectively address common challenges and help foster growth in our profession.”

    -Mark Scaplen, Regional Lead NB/PEI


    ACEC-NB Member
  • “En plus des opportunités de réseautage avec nos collègues des autres firmes, le bénéfice principal d’être membre de l’AFIC-NB pour Roy Consultants est l’accès aux résultats du sondage sur les bénéfices des employés de firmes de génie-conseil au N.-B.”

    -Réjean Boudreau, ing., Président directeur general

    Roy Consultants

    Roy Consultants
Atlantic Industries Limited
Bird Stairs
Department of Transportation and Infrastructure
SCG Industries
Thermo-Cell Industries