Affiliations

ACEC Texas    American Council of Engineering Companies Texas

 ACEC  is committed to advancing the private practice of consulting engineering, enhancing markets for private engineering services, educating the public on the importance of infrastructure investment, and promoting sound business practices within the industry and its client base.  We are committed to aggressive involvement in legislative and public sector decision-making, with a focus on protection of qualifications-based selection of engineering services, transportation and water resources investment, expanded project delivery options, and appropriate legal and liability systems affecting the industry.

Texas Archeological SocietyTexas Archeological Society

The Texas Archeological Society promotes study, preservation and awareness of Texas archeology. The Society encourages scientific archeological exploration and research, the preservation and conservation of archeological materials and sites, and the interpretation and publication of the data attendant thereto.

wildlife society logo The Wildlife Society

A primary goal of The Wildlife Society is to support the development and advancement of wildlife professionals throughout their careers. Certification constitutes recognition by TWS that, to its best knowledge, an applicant meets the minimum educational, experience, and ethical standards adopted by the Society for professional wildlife biologists. Holding one of these certificates places you in a category distinct from other wildlife professionals due to the integrity of the organization and the high standards of the certification process.

Certified Professional In Erosion and Sediment ControlCertified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control

The CPESC® certification represents many disciplines and specialties that work to produce site-specific plans and designs that comprehensively address current and potential erosion and sedimentation issues with practices and measures that are cost effective, understandable and that meet environmental and regulatory requirements. CPESC registrants meet educational and practical experience standards, subscribe to the code of ethics, pass a rigorous qualifying exam, and maintain expertise through a continuing professional development program.

Texas Board of Professional GeoscientistsTexas Board of Professional Geoscientists

The mission of the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists is to protect public health, safety, welfare and the states natural resources by ensuring only qualified persons carry out the public practice of geoscience and enforcing the Code of Professional Conduct the board has established for its licenses.

 

ISNet WorldISNet World

ISN streamlines the process of maintaining safety, insurance, quality and regulatory information processes, saving time and improving safety standards. Hiring Clients use ISNetworld to standardize contractor management across multiple sites and geographic regions, clearly communicate requirements and expectations and exchange data with other internal systems. The result is lower incident rates and higher compliance numbers.